If You've Experienced Any Of These Then You Probably Have It Too: Avoidant Personality Disorder!


Personality is the way of thinking, feeling and behaving that makes a person different from other people. An individual’s personality is influenced by experiences, environment (surroundings, life situations) and inherited characteristics. A personality disorder is a way of thinking, feeling and behaving that deviates from the expectations of the culture, causes distress or problems functioning, and lasts over time.

Are you one of those people who are afraid of being rejected by people in your community because of your ideas and thoughts?


So, though it's a small chance, you may be suffering from a personality disorder.

Even if you are not, let's take a little trip to the mental world of people with this disorder ...

First of all, one of the most important signs of this personality disorder is that they are not as antisocial as they people think.


These people get into the social environment whenever they have the chance. Rather than trying to escape from it, they want to be a part of that environment, but the first thing they expect is to be accepted and not to be left out.

These people show extreme sensitivity to rejection when they get into social environments.


And as a result, they become shy in that environment.

They are willing to have a conversation, but they also hesitate.


They feel the need to be accepted and they care about what other people think.

They don't start having a relationship because of their trust problem unless they feel sure they are loved ; They cannot establish close relationships.


When they make a mistake they are afraid of being criticized ; They feel other people are superior to them even when they are more than suffucient.

"If people get closer to me, they will notice the real me and I will be rejected. This would be unbearable. "


They always think: "If I start a new job and don't succeed, it will be a terrible thing for me."

They avoid personal relationships and activities, and other social phobia accompanying them are common.


If their environment supports them it is effective and helpful. If the support is not sufficient, they can have depression and anxiety.

These people prefer to avoid the environments where they feel they will be judged.


When they have to go to those places, they try to lay low as much as possible. They don't want to take new responsibilities in the work environment because of fear of failure.

Because they are away from satisfaction and happiness that success will bring, their fundamental emotions are a mixture of anxiety and grief.


In work environments, they experience anxiety due to the risk of being assessed. Because they have low tolerance to anxiety and grief, they avoid expressing themselves more effectively.

They are very sensitive to the feelings of grief and anxiety as they are constantly facing themselves and observing their own feelings.


In accordance with their "cognitive avoidance" strategies, contrary to their dependent personality, they try to get avoid being unsuccessful by reducing their anticipation and not being in close contact with others.

However, people who see others superior must actually see that others are not perfect beings.


It is necessary for anyone to see that everybody makes mistakes, and that the people who they see as superior are no better than them.

Can't you do any of them?


Then imagine that person sitting on the toilet and doing his business and imagine his/her face when they're pushing out their s**t just like you're doing.

It worked a little, didn't it? What do you say?

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