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Understanding Histrionic Personality Disorder

“When she (Christy) doesn’t receive the attention she craves, she can quickly lose her charming style and become angry, pouty, rude, or condescending.”

From Christy’s outward appearance, she could pass as a fashion model, actress, or TV talk show host. She is attractive, gregarious, energetic, and has a dramatic flair that often makes her the life of the party. She is acutely attuned to her surroundings, an astute judge of the likes and dislikes of others, and a ready resource for the latest fashion trends. But that is only one side of the story.

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http://lifecounsel.org/pub_hanson_histrionicPersonality.html

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