Dating someone with antisocial personality disorder

15-May-2015 23:48 by 3 Comments

Dating someone with antisocial personality disorder

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Narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) is one of several different types of personality disorders.

The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5), which is used by many mental health professionals to diagnose this disorder, suggests that narcissistic personality disorder causes significant impairments in personality in terms of functioning and is accompanied by a number of pathological personality traits.

The National Institute of Mental Health suggests that the approximately 9.1 percent of U. adults experience at least one type of personality disorder during any given year.

Older estimates had suggested that as many as 6.2 percent of American adults experienced NPD, yet more recent figures suggest that prevalence rates are actually lower than previously believed.

According to some current studies, narcissistic personality disorder is estimated to affect approximately 1 percent of the adult population in the United States and is more common among men than women.