Identity Disorders and Substance Use Disorders

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2. What is a Personality Disorder?. As per the American Psychiatric Association (APA), an identity issue exists when an individual\'s

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Identity Disorders and Substance Use Disorders "What's the association?"

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What is a Personality Disorder? As per the American Psychiatric Association (APA), an identity issue exists when an individual's " identity attributes are firm and maladaptive and cause either noteworthy disability in social or word related working or subjective misery ."

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What causes Personality Disorders? There are different speculations, yet the main ones hold that ordinary, solid youth advancement gets hindered in some critical way; One kind of situation in which this happens is that of mishandle or disregard – including serious enthusiastic, physical, or sexual manhandle. One viewpoint is that an identity issue resembles an "identification of mettle" since it shows that somebody has survived much hurt.

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Reframing the "issue" of Personality Disorders One approach to comprehend identity issue is that the individual adapted in the most ideal way they knew how, because of troublesome conditions, and at that past time (normally amid adolescence), it helped them to survive. (i.e., ADAPTIVE)

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Reframing the "issue" of Personality Disorders However, those old methods for dealing with stress tend not to work extremely well in adulthood, and have turned out to be ineffectual, or MALADAPTIVE.

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What are the diverse sorts of identity issue? Group A Paranoid Personality Disorder Schizoid Personality Disorder Schizotypal Personality Disorder Cluster B Antisocial Personality Disorder Borderline Personality Disorder Histrionic Personality Disorder Narcissistic Personality Disorder Cluster C Avoidant Personality Disorder Dependent Personality Disorder Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder

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Common Characteristics of Personality Disorders Pattern of dangerous connections Tendency to accuse troubles for others, or on "misfortune" An absence of moral obligation Impaired capacity to gain from past involvement

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Personality Disorders and Addiction Pattern of tricky connections In dynamic enslavement, a man's essential relationship is with their substance of decision – every single other relationship come next to that one .

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Personality Disorders and Addiction Tendency to accuse challenges for others, or on "misfortune" Working through the indication of "dissent," or working from a condition of "precontemplation" to an "activity" phase of progress is one key to recuperation achievement

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Personality Disorders and Addiction An absence of moral duty Owning moral obligation regarding effectively partaking in one's own recuperation is another key to recuperation achievement (12-Step inventories & revises making)

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Personality Disorders and Addiction Impaired capacity to gain from past experience "Doing likewise again and again, and expecting an alternate outcome" depiction of addictive "craziness"

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"Bunch B" Personality Disorders Antisocial Personality Disorder Borderline Personality Disorder Histrionic Personality Disorder Narcissistic Personality Disorder

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Antisocial Personality Disorder (3% guys, 1% females) "An example of negligence for, and infringement of, the privileges of others" Over 30% pervasiveness in substance mishandle treatment settings; most regular with male heavy drinkers, "mean drunks"

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Antisocial Personality Disorder – at least 3 attributes Failure to adjust to social standards re: legitimate conduct as in more than once performing acts that are justification for capture Deceitfulness, as in rehashed lying, utilizing assumed names, or conning others Impulsivity or inability to prepare

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Antisocial Personality Disorder – at least 3 characteristics Irritability and forcefulness, as in rehashed strikes or battling Reckless dismissal for security of self or others Consistent flightiness, as in rehashed inability to look after business, or to respect $ commitments Lack of regret re: abusing others

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Borderline Personality Disorder (2%) "an example of flimsiness in interpersonal connections, mental self view" 30-60% of people determined to have identity issue wind up with this conclusion

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Borderline Personality Disorder – at least 5 qualities Frantic endeavors to maintain a strategic distance from deserting Pattern of shaky/extreme connections Unstable mental self portrait, feeling of self Impulsivity that is conceivably self-destructive Recurrent self-destructive conduct, motions, dangers, or self-ravaging conduct

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Borderline Personality Disorder – at least 5 characteristics Emotional precariousness, over-reactivity Chronic sentiments of void Inappropriate, exceptional outrage or outrage control issues Transient, stretch related suspicious ideation or serious dissociative side effects

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Histrionic Personality Disorder (2-3%) "an example of unreasonable emotionality and consideration chasing"

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Narcissistic Personality Disorder (<1%) "an example of affectedness, requirement for adoration, and absence of sympathy"

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Goods News/"Awful" News Unlike numerous different issue that are ceaseless or continuous, identity issue are resolvable/"reparable" The way toward settling an identity issue as a rule includes diligent work over an expanded timeframe

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Dialectical Behavior Therapy treatment prompts to changes in . . . Methods for considering Ways overseeing feelings Ways of identifying with others Ways of managing misery

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Thinking Emotions Dealing with others Dealing with uneasiness Stinkin' thinkin' Emotional gorging (ex. self indulgence) can go before substance gorging Conflict/evasion, feelings of disdain Alternatives to utilizing to oversee trouble Dual Recovery spaces

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"Group A" Personality Disorders Paranoid Personality Disorder Schizoid Personality Disorder Schizotypal Personality Disorder

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Paranoid Personality Disorder (2.5%) "an example of doubt and suspiciousness to such an extent that others' intentions are deciphered as vindictive"

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Schizoid Personality Disorder (<1%) "an example of separation from social connections, and a confined scope of enthusiastic expression"

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Schizotypal Personality Disorder (3%) "an example of intense distress in cozy connections, and in addition subjective or perceptual mutilations, and erraticisms of conduct"

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"Bunch C" Personality Disorders Avoidant Personality Disorder Dependent Personality Disorder Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder

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Avoidant Personality Disorder (<1%) "an example of social hindrance, sentiments of insufficiency, and touchiness to adverse assessment"

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Dependent Personality Disorder (?%) "an example of meek and sticking conduct identified with an extreme should be dealt with"

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Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder (1%) "an example of distraction with efficiency, compulsiveness, and control"

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