The following are common types of personality disorders:
Paranoid Personality Disorder
A person with paranoid personality disorder will be extremely suspicious of the people around them. As a result, they will find it hard to trust others because they automatically assume that everyone has a plan to berate or threaten them.
Schizoid Personality Disorder
An individual with schizoid personality disorder will come off as overly cold and detached. As a result, someone with this personality disorder shows a lack of interest in building relationships with other people, and will mostly prefer being alone.
Antisocial Personality Disorder
A person with antisocial personality disorder may struggle to abide or confide with social rules or established laws. Due to this, people with this disorder can exhibit impulsive behavior with little regard for consequences.
Narcissistic Personality Disorder
Individuals with narcissistic personality disorder are usually overly concerned with the perception of their own self. Because of their this, they fixate on fantasies about success and wealth and are very sensitive to failure and criticism.
Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder
A person with obsessive-compulsive personality disorder (OCD) looks for orderliness and organization in all aspects of their life. As a result, people with this disorder will be perfectionists and may have to perform repetitive rituals and actions to soothe an anxiety.
Dependent Personality Disorder
People with dependent personality disorder are extremely dependent on others. Usually, people with this personality disorder will struggle with self-confidence, thus preventing them from doing things on their own.