Here is presented another group of personality disorders. These are examples of the guarded personalities which developed defence mechanism protecting their inner self from the “evil” World. Unfortunately, these defence mechanisms seal the personality in its damaged child form, preventing it from ever being healed and mature.
Let me describe the first group of personality disorders. It comprises the personalities that are stuck on different levels of development, futilely trying to mature.
I will not go through formal descriptions of Personality Disorders, presenting raw criteria is not a goal of this blog. Just an ultra short summary in case you are not familiar with this topic: one has a Personality Disorder if all this applies: a) he feels and behave differently than most other people, b) he or … Continue reading When childhood went awry – personality disorders
Treating man as an element of something bigger gives a new perspective to growing up and personality building theories. To present this, let's start from scratch, by changing human and attachment conceptions: 1. We need to cease human individuality. See human primarily as a part of the human community, element of a greater whole or one cell in … Continue reading From a child to a (un)happy adult
Some use to think that evolution is a proof of evil or ravenous nature of human beings because it seems to be all about competition and survival of the fittest. Competition plays its role, but evolution is mainly about cooperation and organization smaller elements into larger more sophisticated structures.