Child rarely received either positive or negative feedback Parental acceptance

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Child rarely received either positive or negative feedback Parental acceptance and approval cam inconsistently an only when the behaviors met parental expectations. Narcissistic Personality disorder Grandiose sense of self importance Preoccupied with fantasies of unlimited success, power, brilliance, beauty, ideal love Believe he is special Requires excessive admiration Has sense of entitlement Takes advantage of others (interpersonally exploitative) Lacks EMPATHY Cheerful, care free, If they do not receive the positive feedback they expect for others, or draw critism from others, they may respond with rage,shame, humiliation, rejection. They may turn inward an fantasize rationalizations that convince them of their continued stature and perfection. They usually pick a mate that will praise them with positive feedback that they require not much in return. Predisposing factors: As children these individuals had their fears, failures, or dependency needs responded with critism, disdain or neglect. They grow up with these behaviors in themselves and others and are unable to view others as a source of comfort and support. Parents were demanding, perfectionistic , critical, they placed unrealistic expectations on the child. Avoidant personality disorder Sensitive to rejection Extreme shyness Awkward/ uncomfortable in social May seem Cold/ strange Speech slow, constraint/ hesitations Lonely, express feelings of being unwanted They view others as critical, betraying, humiliating Desire to have close relationships but avoid them due to fear of being rejected prede
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