Schizotypal personality disorder (STPD) is one of the most perplexing personality disorders. Discover its truths, myths, & treatments with Dr. Ramani.
MedCircle Series About Personality Disorders
Our upbringing majorly influences our mental health. Discover the relationship between BPD & the family system, and how to cope, in this enlightening series.
Narcissistic abuse is widespread & misunderstood. Dr. Ramani shares how to spot the signs, leave a narcissist, & find treatment in this empowering series.
Most people have at least one narcissist in their life. This series is your guiding light for spotting & navigating all types of narcissistic relationships.
Schizoid personality disorder may look like psychopathy, depression, & more, unless you truly understand the symptoms. Learn those signs with Dr. Ramani.
Studies estimate that paranoid personality disorder (PPD) affects between 2.3%-4.4% of the general population. Source: Cleveland Clinic
Borderline personality disorder is misunderstood. This breakthrough series paints the RIGHT picture of BPD & helps you improve your relationships… & your life.
Have you ever felt self-conscious or shy? For some, that feeling is so severe that it impedes every social interaction. Here are the tools for overcoming it…
About 1 in 100 people in the United States is estimated to have OCPD. OCPD is diagnosed in twice as many men as women. Source: International OCD Foundation
Dependent personality disorder (DPD) is one of the most frequently diagnosed personality disorders, yet the signs are often chalked up to being “needy” or immature by the average person. The symptoms are debilitating – but they can be effectively managed with the right education.
Do you know someone who likes to be the center of attention? What about someone who is overly impressionable, shallow, or seemingly superficial?
In the age of social media, these traits appear to be more common than ever. They are also consistent with the diagnosis of histrionic personality disorder (HPD). Histrionic personality disorder mimics narcissism & BPD & is more common than most people think. Here’s your crash course on this perplexing behavior pattern.
Nearly 40% of people with borderline personality disorder are initially misdiagnosed with bipolar disorder, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI).
There’s a fine line between someone who is overly-confident and someone who has antisocial personality disorder, which is the clinical diagnosis behind psychopathy and sociopathy. Not only are ASPD symptoms and behaviors difficult to spot, but it’s also far more common than most people realize.
1 in 16 people have been affected by someone with narcissistic personality disorder (NPD). Here’s your guide to spotting a narcissist & coping with the fallout.
Nearly 15% of Americans, or 30.8 million adults, meet the diagnostic criteria for at least one personality disorder, according to the American Psychological Association (APA).