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Personality Disorders

People who suffer from personality disorders generally find it difficult to create and sustain normal or satisfying relationships and often to control their feelings or behaviour.  Although to most other people the behaviour displayed by somebody with a personality disorder would be considered inappropriate and often highly disruptive, to the sufferer him or herself it would be perceived as entirely appropriate and indeed helpful as a coping mechanism. 

The behaviours associated with personality disorders, which can include substance abuse and eating disorders, are commonly adopted in adolescence, but treatment using a range of different therapies has proved to be highly effective.