People who have a personality disorder have aspects of their personality that they and others find difficult to manage. They often experience a lot of issues and can be very distressed by them. A personality disorder will generally show up by late adolescence or early adulthood. A
is used to diagnose a patient. Patients with a personality disorder are generally managed by a team including the primary care doctor, psychiatrist and
. The main treatment method for personality disorders is
where psychologists use clinically researched techniques to assess and help people to make positive changes in their lives. Sometimes medications are prescribed for a short-term strategy or to treat another mental health condition the patient is suffering from such as
. Other complementary therapies can be utilised to improve symptoms such as practising
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