There are many types of personality disorders, and they are often difficult to distinguish from each other. Some types of personality disorders are: antisocial personality disorder, narcissistic personality disorder, and avoidant personality disorder. Other disorders are:
Borderline Personality Disorder: People with borderline personality disorder experience a great deal of difficulty sustaining and engaging in meaningful relationships. The symptoms of BPD may include instances of self-harm, unstable moods, and the tendency to view people as either wholly good or bad. Additionally, people with BPD may also exhibit chaotic behavior, fear of abandonment, and emotional instability.
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a serious mental health condition that is marked by obsessive thoughts coupled with repetitious behavior. People with this disorder may feel increasing anxiety if they do not engage in their ritual behaviors. The needs to relieve the anxiety from OCD can severely interfere with an ability to function and participate in day-to-day life.