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Topics: How To Diagnose People You Don’t Like With Personality.

Please remember that this test isn't meant to diagnose you. Only a professional can do that. Below are your test results, broken down for the ten different personality disorders. You are rated "low," "moderate," "high," or "very high" probability for each disorder. Low or moderate ratings mean that you are unlikely to have the disorder. High or very high means you are more likely to have the disorder. Only a professional can diagnose a disorder, however. Scroll down past the results for recommended books that might help you.

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A place where there are all sorts of amazing diagnoses to give people who rub you the wrong way. A place where people aren’t just assholes, they’re Narcissistic . They’re not just dramatic and self-indulgent, they’re Histrionic . They’re not just emotionally labile and needy, they’re Borderline .

Now, I’m not necessarily a fan of needlessly labeling people with personality disorders, and I do think psychiatrists tend to diagnose people with personality disorders just because they’re difficult to deal with. At the same time, though, having a framework can help you understand people who have semi-pathological traits and characteristics and can actually make it more tolerable to cope with these people.

For example, say your boss is a real jerk who’s always giving you a hard time, and all you can think is “Hey, this guy’s a jerk.” But if you understand he has traits of Narcissistic Personality Disorder, you start to see certain small interactions with him as part of a larger pattern of psychopathology, which can help you realize not to take stuff he says or does so personally, because he has a different way of interacting with the world than you. Make sense?

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Narcissism is also considered a social or cultural problem. It is a factor in trait theory used in various self-report inventories of personality [1] such as the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory. It is one of the three dark triadic personality traits (the others being psychopathy and Machiavellianism ). Except in the sense of primary narcissism or healthy self-love , narcissism is usually considered a problem in a person's or group's relationships with self and others. Narcissism is not the same as egocentrism.

Four dimensions of narcissism as a personality variable have been delineated: leadership/authority, superiority/arrogance, self-absorption/self-admiration, and exploitativeness/entitlement. [6]

A 2012 book on power-hungry narcissists suggests that narcissists typically display most, and sometimes all, of the following traits: [7]

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Since you have aspergers, I doubt that the military will have you. I really don t know why no girls of your age seem to be attracted to you ( except perhaps you are trying to get a gf so hard, you are scaring them).

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It is indeed possible, but an accurate diagnosis can not be made until later in life. A lot of changes are happening in the brains of young adults between the ages of 11 through 25. The 25 is what surprised me. The chemicals and brain restructuring lasts that long before it is finally set pretty much for life. Your brain actually works differently from the adult brain. One of the questions you need to answer is, "Am I getting enough sleep?" It has been shown that teens who consistently go to bed earlier than most other teens (around 9:00 pm instead of the usual midnight) have less incidence of depression. Serotonin levels fluctuate wildly in the teen years. Sleeping in a darkened room helps the body build up levels of this brain hormone. You should eat a balanced diet, get exercise and get plenty of sleep. If you seriously feel you have a major problem, don t be afraid to get some counseling. My youngest brother had the same symptoms as you, but we could sit and talk for hours! He was practically a genius. I bet you are too. Just know this is not anything you did wrong, it s just your brain chemicals acting up, but in the meantime get help. OK?

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Some people are asexual - they re just not interested in having sex with anyone. Maybe you could date an asexual guy for a while. not sure how to find one, but, there are online dating sites for just about anything. Your therapist should be able to suggest how to overcome what seems like a phobia to me.

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THURSDAY, Jan. 8, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- That guy on Facebook posting dozens of "selfies" of himself -- at the beach, at work, partying -- might just be a narcissist, a new study suggests. "It's not surprising that men who post a lot of selfies and spend more time editing. Read More

TUESDAY, Aug. 5, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Self-absorbed narcissists can ruin your day, but a new study suggests an easy way to detect one: Just ask. That's because truly narcissistic people don't see the character trait as a flaw and are more than willing to admit to it, say researchers. Read More

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I have received a few variations of the same question from readers, “Are Narcissists really aware of their behavior considering they have a personality disorder? Do they know what they are doing is wrong?”

Most people don’t put too much thought into their everyday behaviors. Think about how you behave on a regular basis. You usually don’t stop and think about what you’re doing, or why you’re doing it. You just act or react. Our behavior is generally driven by an accumulation of our emotional state at the time, our self-esteem and our past experiences.

As I illustrated in my blog Seeking Revenge Against a Narcissist, their general default setting consists of emotions such as, anger, smugness, frustration, boredom, obsession and contempt. When these feelings are part of your everyday experience, your brain creates neural pathways, so that when new stimuli comes in through your senses, your brain filters it through these pathways.  The more we think a certain way, the stronger the neural pathway becomes.