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Self-Actualizing Personality Disorder

Self-Actualizing Personality Disorder

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Published by Bernard A.T.Tan
Personality disorder forms a class of mental disorders that can cause serious problems and impairment of functioning for the individual. It can cause significant distress and serious problems in personal, occupational and social situations. Personality disorder is often marked by a persistent and rigid pattern of distorted thoughts and behaviors that deviates from the social norms and expectations particularly when relating to others.
Individual with personal disorder often find difficulties in controlling one’s thinking processes, feelings and desires causing interpersonal disruptions in human relationship.
The purpose of this article is an attempt to classify personality disorder under the five dimensional model of KYKO personality profile.

Personality disorder forms a class of mental disorders that can cause serious problems and impairment of functioning for the individual. It can cause significant distress and serious problems in personal, occupational and social situations. Personality disorder is often marked by a persistent and rigid pattern of distorted thoughts and behaviors that deviates from the social norms and expectations particularly when relating to others.
Individual with personal disorder often find difficulties in controlling one’s thinking processes, feelings and desires causing interpersonal disruptions in human relationship.
The purpose of this article is an attempt to classify personality disorder under the five dimensional model of KYKO personality profile.

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Classifying Personal Disorder of KYKO Personality Profile Series

Personality disorder forms a class of mental disorders that can cause serious problems and impairment of functioning for the individual. It can cause significant distress and serious problems in personal, occupational and social situations. Personality disorder is often marked by a persistent and rigid pattern of distorted thoughts and behaviors that deviates from the social norms and expectations particularly when relating to others. Individual with personal disorder often find difficulties in controlling one’s thinking processes, feelings and desires causing interpersonal disruptions in human relationship. The purpose of this article is an attempt to classify personality disorder under the five dimensional model of KYKO personality profile. High Self-Actualizing Dimension High Self-Actualizing/Relatively Normal Personality is characterized by a high need for achievement, growth, and fulfillment and to find meanings in life. Below is a list of characteristics of Relatively Normal Personality Disorders: 1. Workaholic – excessive devotion to work 2. Over-conscientiousness – obsess with working long, hard hours to the extent of damaging one’s health 3. Unable to relax and take a break when stressed 4. Experience and suffer from anxiety disorders and stress-related medical illnesses. 5. Preoccupied with work without producing tangible results

Classifying Personal Disorder of KYKO Personality Profile Series

Low Self-Actualizing Dimension Low Self-Actualizing/Neurotic Personality is characterized by a low need for achievement, growth, and fulfillment and to find meanings in life. 1. 2. 3. 4. Disregard and violate the rights of others Show no remorse or repentance for destructive behavior Irresponsible and unreliable. Does not feel guilty, shameful or regret for hurting, ill-treating and stealing from others. 5. Feelings of hopelessness and helplessness 6. Possess a negative, distorted and pessimistic outlook 7. Feeling frustrated, depressed and chronically unhappy 8. Preoccupied with imaginary fears 9. Disruptive patterns of thought, behavior, and functioning. 10. Escape from the reality of life by abusing substance. 11. Untrustworthy and unreliable – never walk one’s talk 12. Tend to harm or inflict pain on others 13. Prone to experience depression and psychotic disorders 14. Avoid taking responsibilities and commitment 15. Revengeful and hostile 16. See the world with crooked lenses 17. Possess a negative attitude towards life

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