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By  Marcella1016  |  31

“Can’t say much about the guy, but I can tell you he’s got PERSONALITY!”

Haha all jokes aside, I don’t think it’s really that bad - simply because honestly I think MOST people have some sort of personality disorder. It’s just not diagnosed.

I know tons of people who display narcissistic traits, or general social awkwardness, or manipulative sociopathy, or basic anxiety, or anything in between. Look at our society. I think we would benefit from more people seeing mental health professionals. There’s clearly a lot of undiagnosed issues flaring up in our society right now...

The positive in your case is you are seeing someone and you can address your issues to make your life better! Through therapy, you can learn coping skills, how to interact with people, etc. If it’s a disorder that takes medication to treat, you can now start getting the treatment you need.

It’s a great first step to major positive changes in your life! Next, you can do better with meeting people, making friends, finding love, and more! Congratulations!

Try to stay positive and work together with your psychiatrist and/or other mental health professionals to make some amazing changes in your life 😃❤️

By  Crowned Sataness  |  7

that's not necessarily a bad thing, baby. now that you know what's "wrong" you can start learning yourself better, and gain a better understanding of what you can work with and what you have to work around. embrace the knowledge

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By  Marcella1016  |  31

“Can’t say much about the guy, but I can tell you he’s got PERSONALITY!”

Haha all jokes aside, I don’t think it’s really that bad - simply because honestly I think MOST people have some sort of personality disorder. It’s just not diagnosed.

I know tons of people who display narcissistic traits, or general social awkwardness, or manipulative sociopathy, or basic anxiety, or anything in between. Look at our society. I think we would benefit from more people seeing mental health professionals. There’s clearly a lot of undiagnosed issues flaring up in our society right now...

The positive in your case is you are seeing someone and you can address your issues to make your life better! Through therapy, you can learn coping skills, how to interact with people, etc. If it’s a disorder that takes medication to treat, you can now start getting the treatment you need.

It’s a great first step to major positive changes in your life! Next, you can do better with meeting people, making friends, finding love, and more! Congratulations!

Try to stay positive and work together with your psychiatrist and/or other mental health professionals to make some amazing changes in your life 😃❤️

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  Warp1978  |  15

Dude, I have a personality disorder which leaves me chatting to myself and idly fantasising about gruesome ways to kill myself. This asside I have never been happier, I have a wife and three kids. Regular therapy really helps along with medication you can get used to this and you'll be absolutely fine. 👍🤘🤘

By  RichardPencil  |  30

At least you have something!

Some people without personality disorders have no job, no love and no friends. They have no excuse except for being a shit person.

Now you have an official excuse!

By  Crowned Sataness  |  7

that's not necessarily a bad thing, baby. now that you know what's "wrong" you can start learning yourself better, and gain a better understanding of what you can work with and what you have to work around. embrace the knowledge

By  Charlie Given  |  24

I know this must seem like a devastating diagnosis but actually it's a good thing. now you know what you need to do, accept it ,get help,get knowledge, accept treatment. life will get better it may not seem like it but it will therapy is amazing and it will help beyond anything you can imagine just stay focused on yourself for now making yourself better and eventually friends love and jobs will fall into place and I'm talking from experience here.

By  EBrogen  |  12

You've no job and can still afford a psychiatrist. that's a win. Now think about the people with a job that can't afford the $120 dollar trip to the clinic or medication when they get sick.