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Top 100 Traits & Behaviors of Personality-Disordered Individuals

Parental Alienation

  1. Abusive Cycle – This is the name for the ongoing rotation between destructive and constructive behavior which is typical of many dysfunctional relationships and families.

  2. Alienation – The act of cutting off or interfering with an individual’s relationships with others.

  3. “Always” and “Never” Statements – “Always” and “Never” Statements are declarations containing the words “always” or “never”. They are commonly used but rarely true.

  4. Anger– People who suffer from personality disorders often feel a sense of unresolved anger and a heightened or exaggerated perception that they have been wronged, invalidated, neglected or abused.

  5. Avoidance – The practice of withdrawing from relationships with other people as a defensive measure to reduce the risk of rejection, accountability, criticism or exposure.

  6. Baiting – A provocative act used to solicit an angry, aggressive or emotional response from another individual.

  7. Belittling, Condescending and Patronizing – This kind of speech is a passive-aggressive approach to…

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