The person with a paranoid personality disorder has a general mistrust and suspicion towards other people. Other people's motives are interpreted as vicious. 

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A narcissistic personality disorder is characterized by an excessive urge to highlight oneself in a beneficial way and to be in the spotlight as the one who is best, prettiest, strongest and so on. Here you can read more about narcissistic personality disorder.

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A person with dramatic personality disorder (also called histrionic, hysterical or hysterical) personality disorder is a person who over time and across a variety of situations is emotionally superficial, theatrical in appearance, emotionally unstable, and who exaggerates emotional expression. 

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Borderline or emotionally unstable personality disorder is characterized by being impulsive, having fluctuating and strong emotions, having poor self-esteem, being self-destructive and entering into unstable relationships.

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A dependent personality disorder is characterized by the person playing a passive role, and submitting to others. Other people are allowed and encouraged to make and make important decisions in their lives. They are usually uncomfortable being alone, and often have an anxious and depressed appearance.

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A person with an antisocial / dyssocial personality disorder is characterized by a cold indifference to the feelings of others and a lack of empathy. Evidence of behavioral disorder that began before the age of 15 have been demonstrated. The condition manifests itself already in adolescence and continues into adulthood.

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Many people have experienced a night of poor sleep, but in some people the sleep problems are present almost every night. Such problems affect the level of function - both privately and at work. 

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Stress is the body's natural reaction in meeting demands and expectations. For example, it is natural to be stressed when taking an exam, or when performing difficult work tasks both at home, at school, or in working life. Psychological stress arises when a person experiences that the demands and expectations of the environment exceed their own capacity. Then the stress becomes uncomfortable, and can feel overwhelming.

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