I apologise that my little girl is babbling in the background! I will make sure she is asleep next video! In this video I discuss the various traits of the 10 different personality disorders.
hi guys today I'm back and I'm doing my first video with my flip chart and as you can see I'm gonna be talking about personality disorders before I start actually I want to apologize I'm sorry this video is out Saturday it is actually Saturday today I was do a video yesterday but as you guys know my kids are on half-term so it was very difficult to get a video done yesterday before I do anything I thought a little little to ask you and I will give you the answer at the end okay so this and that number is going to equal so 1 over 101 o equals 9.50 I want you to make that equal that by putting one line somewhere on here so you put just one line somewhere on here and it will make that equal that I did it for my mom the other day and she's been doing at work and it's caught on this is something I've shown 15 years ago probably 20 odd years ago by a teacher it actually was so yeah I'll give you the answer at the end so ok today I will talk about personality disorders there are 10 different personality disorders you will see me glancing down here because I do have notes because I like you don't know everything about all the different personality disorders I'm quite clued up on borderline but that's because I have it so to start with what is a personality disorder and to answer this we need to look at what is a personality what makes a personality three things make a personality it's the way we think the way we feel and the way we behave so these three things make a personality now I'm going to be doing some workshops like videos on the brain and basically our personality us as humans we our brain is made in such a way that we have our emotional side that gives us happiness and joy and there's a reason we have those feelings and also the not-so-good feelings the feeling bad the scared the anxiety and again it's all supposed to be there and pass our personality makes it possible for us to live together as a group it's important it was important for our survival if we go all the way back to caveman times I always go back to caveman times but even before then we needed to survive if we were on our own our chances of survival would have been slim so we kind of work together in a pack and it was important for us all to get on and be part of so our personality someone normal their personality will help them interact and get on with others work with others have relationships obviously having a relationship is vital for survival because finding a mate having a mate I'm really sorry about the noise just banging on the window so our personality is really important and unusual circumstances we do get on with people we do have relationships we can work with others we're not outcasts and getting into trouble but but what happens when our personality doesn't do what it should do but and what I mean by that is we struggle in relationships we can't hold down a job we can't control the way we behave we're always getting into trouble so we do all the things that we shouldn't be doing that makes a personality disorder there's something not right there I'm not going to go into the details today of how and why we have a personality disorder because no one knows 100% I've talked about this before so I hope you think that social your upbringing and merit ringing is important because the way we think the way refer way we behave it stems it starts in childhood have personality starts being built in childhood by our late teens early 20s we have our personality and that is the kind of personality that will stick with us the rest of our life so yeah so it can be social some people say it's hereditary it can be passed down to do with the brain I am going like I've said I'm going to be doing videos on the brain lotty you're so loud let me do it you're ripio right so the think feel behave this makes a personality disorder there are 10 personality disorders and it was very hard to kind of because when I say it's hard a lot of them overlap meaning the traits are the same so I might be you might have borderline but be looking at others that I'm reading through and go I do that I do that I do that and that is normal a lot of them do overlap and they were put into three groups scientists the medical professionals they looked for patterns basically so the three groups cluster eyes tend to be odd and eccentric can you see that can you see that just odd and eccentric is four cluster A's not stuffy that is us through massive so dramatic emotional and erratic so if you're out then you have borderline with s dramatic emotional an erratic and then we have plus the C's I'm looking at my notes plus the C's tend to be anxious and fearful so there the clusters at an eccentric dramatic emotional and erratic anxious and fearful so now I'm going to go into the individual personality disorders starting with my cluster a so plus A's the paranoid personality disorder it's basically what it says paranoid this person is extremely suspicious sorry for the dodgy handwriting people they often feel everyone is talking about them everyone doesn't like them what is that noise next time I do one of these videos of try and make sure she's asleep but her routine is about because it's the holidays right easily rejected hold grudges but hey and very miss trusting boo come here I'm going to pick her up while I continue guys I'm really sorry you're a monkey there you go better better now so now I'm going to go on to schizoid personality disorder someone who is schizoid is emotionally cold so it's that's going it's the head or filming yes they prefer their own company live in a fantasy world of fantasy they tend to live a solitary life and detachment my writing is so bad right and then we have skips own title now schizotypal apparently I believe used to be called some something it was a latent it's a funnier or yeah because someone that has schizotypal personality Hey it's highly likely they will go on and develop schizophrenia so this person who have very eccentric behavior odd ideas difficulties thinking they can lack emotions or they can have inappropriate emotional reactions to things and they can also see and hear strange things they have real discomfort with clothes maintaining close relationships it's a schizotypal personality disorder are you going to be sick that they can often talk to themselves they can often speak in an unusual way and have like an odd way of speaking and they can also dress like in a really odd way like a peculiar dress sense so that is schizotypal you're making this really difficult for me guys these will get better this is my first one with my flip charts cluster B's very exciting the cluster B's this is us so antisocial to social apparently before they came up with the 10 personality disorders it was only antisocial and then they realized actually there's lots of different types and they came up with the list of ten auntie's someone with antisocial they don't care about the feelings of others offered no empathy they can get easily frustrated if they're easily frustrated they can become aggressive it's someone with antisocial personality disorder that is likely to commit crimes so you'll often find they have a criminal record they are impulsive they struggle to make close relationships struggle ships they'll commit crimes they have no empathy they note they have no guilt pop here you're making this really hard for me they can be seen as manipulative they can be seen as deceitful and irresponsible and they don't learn from their past experiences as you can see already with some of these the things I've gone over in cluster a and B already I'm sure you're probably thinking yeah I'm a bit like that I've got that I've got that but we're here we are borderline borderline personality yes we are just like this one where impulsive we find it hard to control emotions we will often get into a relationship really quickly but struggle to maintain that relationship so I pick you down sorry guys we often feel empty inside we often self-harm we too can suffer with paranoia and we can also people with borderline can hear voices hear voices suicide attempts drugs and alcohol I know like that is something that's often substance misuse is often comorbid with order line but actually all the personality disorders often also have substance misuse other mental health issues where they might suffer depression anxiety alright alright right so as you can say again they're overlapping some of the traits are overlapping right we're going on to history or neck history or neck over dramatize things sounds like borderline doesn't it histrionic are very self-centered they have very strong emotions but short-lived strong emotions short lived someone who is his Janek often really worries about their appearance like a lot by constantly checking in the mirror constantly attention seeking well you headbutt the wall some of these histrionic craves excitement they're constantly looking for something new and something to give them at bars they can be very seductive and they have a real need for approval I'm really sorry about my writing guys I will try and improve it for you and then we have narcissistic and a lot of us know about narcissism I don't like being in the same cluster as a narcissist for example how judgmental is that but let's have a look at narcissism so they have a real strong sense of self-importance many think they are up here and everyone else is down there they constantly dream of power success money they crave attention from others but will not reciprocate that attention they're also really likely to call on people for favors but not reciprocate the baby's not see what's up are you teething really sorry really they don't tend to show room feelings so I'll put room fee news and a line through it they lack what do they lack empathy that's a really big one they're really lucky empathy and did I say they don't yeah they don't show their warm feelings and they want to be admired they want everyone thinking how wonderful they are when they already think that about themselves anyway so that's the cluster B's remember dramatic emotional and then we're coming over to the cluster sees anxious and fearful we have obsessive-compulsive hair obsessive-compulsive is obsessive compulsive personality disorder not obsessive compulsive disorder they are different so this is personality disorder this can often go on to become form OCD let's look at this as a personality disorder they worry a lot they are perfectionists UI prepare they stick to rigid routines very cautious they always worry I've got to pick four up guys again oh yeah what is noise what is this noise they are constantly worried about doing the wrong thing they struggle to adapt to new situations they have really high moral standards they're judgmental yeah Wow sensitive to criticism and they can have obsessional thoughts but these obsessional thoughts on as bad as in full obsessive-compulsive disorder right so I'm trying to speed up I don't even know if you can read see my scrawly writing but like I said I'll try and improve it but avoidant personality disorder this person is very anxious again they worry just like this they feel insecure like borderline and thing is I'm borderline I'm anxious I'm worried I'm insecure but like I said they can overlap they need to be liked they are extremely sensitive to criticism if someone criticizes them it do not take it well and someone with avoidant personality will avoid social interaction even though they actually really crave it may occur a that social interaction but they are just too fearful and home I'm nearly done and then we have dependent someone who's dependent can be seen as very passive basically they're completely dependent they rely on others to do their decision-making for them they will adapt and do what other people want them to do rather than kind of thinking for themselves they let other people do their thinking for them this person can't even cope Wow with daily chores they feel hopeless they need other people to meet their emotional needs and their physical needs they can be seen as really submissive and clingy but then I used to be really clingy and I was borderline but like I said to you a lot of these do overlaps hi say hi I'm sorry I ruined mummys video I'm sorry yeah cheeky girl she's teething and so yeah a lot of them overlap but yeah that is the ten different personality disorders I'm really sorry I've kind of been glancing at my notes I've been focusing on her she's been talking I do want to get this video out but I'm sorry I'm sorry I'm sorry sorry and now the answer remember I said that top number is going to equal the bottom number by putting one line on it let me put lots down if any of you got it one line ten to ten is the same as 950 I'm gonna leave that there guys like I said she's teething so her routines out is half time the kids are here Monday they go back school Tuesday so possibly my Monday video will be out a day late as well but then we will be back to normal my next videos I am going to talk about the brain and borderline and brain and different feelings and chemicals okay I'm gonna have to wrap it up there but yeah I hope I kind of made some sense in showing you the differences between all of them this I didn't have a clue to start with so right enjoy the rest of your weekend love you all bye
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