Borderline 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.

Obsessive compulsive personality disorder

Obsessive compulsive personality disorder… Let us have a look at the diagnostic criteria. They busy themselves with excessive details, rules, lists, organizing or programming to the extent that the actual purpose gets lost in the process. They display a perfectionism that makes the completion of the task difficult.

Psychiatric Disorders and Sex

Sexual desire, or libido as it is called, has an important place in humans’ life. It is not just related to sexuality, but to many aspects of life, as sexuality and sexual desire are interrelated with behavior, emotions, and social issues. Although sexual desire is predominantly regulated by hormones it is also affected by environmental, physical and emotional processes. Particularly in people with psychological problems we see alongside of emotional and behavioral changes also a deterioration of sexual desire and sex life.

Delusional disorders (Paranoia)

Delusional disorder, also known as paranoia, is an uncommon type of disorder. In delusional disorder cases the patient usually has only one well organised delusion. This delusion is surrounded by a series of thoughts that do not reflect reality. In this disorder hallucinations are not customary.

What is a Borderline Personality Disorder?

People suffering from borderline personality disorder feel a great void and are intolerant to being alone. In their interpersonal relationships they shift back and forth between idealization and devaluation of other people, and suffer a turbulent time.


Empathy… The ability to put yourself in someone else’s place… There are two kinds, understanding or reading the emotions of the other person (cognitive empathy) or feeling them (emotional empathy)…