If you say to yourself “There is no one in this world I can trust! Everybody is against me. Being exploited is my fate!”, there may be an underlying problem. If events cause a high degree of mistrust in you accompanied by a tendency to be easily offended, and if this has been the case as far back as you can remember, then it is very likely that the problem is a “paranoid personality disorder”.
Borderline personality disorder… Is one of the B-type personality disorders. The others could be listed as anti-social, histrionic, narcissistic. Inappropriate and intense anger or difficulty controlling their anger is a major symptom. They are in desperate need of people; the moment they are excluded they feel shattered. At that moment hate and suicidal thoughts develop.
– What is epilepsy, which shared area of disciplines does it come under?
Before we define epilepsy we have to define seizures. A seizure is a spontaneous sudden discharge of the brain cells (neurons). In order to be called epilepsy the patient has to have had at least one such seizure and carry the risk of having others. Epilepsy comes mainly within the field of psychiatry and neurology.