My diary from this period is a document testifying that I--and many of my friends--did not feel that we had a character disorder
Winnicott, and I think they have contributed an enormous amount to our understanding of narcissistic character disorder
You are believing all the psychoanalytic bullshit about how you have a character disorder
and how homosexuality is always pathological.
Nine percent had oppositional defiant disorder or a character disorder
As opposed to someone with a character disorder
, who thinks that everything's someone else's fault.
It is about family dysfunction, character disorder
and self-destructive behavior.
He is being crushed by the weight of publicity and his own, childish character disorder
Not so long ago, though, we used a much more appropriate term: character disorders
Depression, posttraumatic stress disorder, and character disorders
abound in this population.
The Cult Worship and the Warriors concludes with a cautionary description of distinguishing features of cult leaders - notably their magnetism, and the common prevalence of negative character disorders
among them, even psychopathy - and an explanation of why people are lured to join exploitive cults.
Mental health researchers in China, Europe, and North America review recent research about a family of mental disorders that used to be called character disorders
, and are characterized by rigid and persistent patterns of thought and action.
This unit will house a heterogeneous population, including inmates who are unstable, resistant to treatment, displaying severe character disorders
and undergoing punitive confinement.