Monthly Archives: February 2017

Personality Disorders- Children with Obsessive Compulsive Parents

February 23, 2017

Children growing up with obsessive compulsive parents can be extremely difficult. Personality disorders differ from mood or behavioral disorders because it encompasses the personality of the affected person. People with obsessive-compulsive disorders hate their behaviors, whereas research has shown that people with Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder are comforted by their rigid behaviors. OCPD does not exhibit true obsessions and compulsions…

Personality Disorders- Children Growing Up with Borderline Parents

February 16, 2017

Personality Disorders are very difficult to handle for children with Borderline parents. Adults raised by BPD parents struggle with many facets later in life. When dealing with Borderline Personality Disorder, areas of deficits tend to include identifying appropriate relationships with other people, regulating their emotions, and tolerating distress easily. Imagine being a child or adolescent walking around your own home everyday…

Personality Disorders- Children Growing Up with Narcissistic Parents  

February 09, 2017

Have you ever wondered how growing up with narcissistic parents has affected your childhood and how personality disorders impact you now as an adult? To any person outside of the family, mom appears to be a social butterfly, a loving parent, and secure with herself. Dad appears quiet and reserved. However behind closed doors, mom is the atypical narcissist ordering everyone…

9 Tips: How to Treat and Cope with Personality Disorders

February 03, 2017

Have you ever been told you might have a personality disorder? The good news is that I have solutions to treat and cope with personality disorders!   Once your personality develops during adolescence, it remains instilled within you throughout your life. All personality disorders are stemmed from your childhood. You may have experienced trauma, abuse, neglect, or inappropriate attachment with…