As defined by Bliton, Dowgwillo, Dawood and Pincus, (2017), personality disorders are a form of psychopathology arising from impairments in self and relational functioning.
Sure! That's fine with me. Let’s chat in the park.
Hi Jim! Whats up?
I was hoping we could finish our conversation from yesterday on personality disorders
According to unit nine by Seemungal (2018), personality disordered offenders present a high risk of repeating their violent or sexual offending.
So from what I understood, personality disorders are associated with ways of thinking and feeling about oneself and others that significantly and adversely affect how an individual functions in many aspects of life.
Yes! Personality disorders are a form of psychopathology arising from impairments in self and relational functioning.
This can be manifested by repeated violent acts, oppose authority as well as self harming.
As cited in unit nine by Seemungal (2018), a person who suffer from mental disorders are often likely to display; Lack of empathy and are rigid and inflexible in their thinking.
Girl you serious! So what can you tell me about this disorder that criminals are likely to display?
Well, Jenny girl that means they lack empathy, and are rigid and inflexible in their thinking. Plus they blame others for the problem but do not see themselves as the main cause and worst of all they don’t think about the consequence for their action.
From what I have read in unit 9 criminals are most likely to display cognitive style, critical reasoning and interpersonal problem solving.