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Now, please be careful here in reading this chapter, because the identification of various personality weaknesses does not necessarily mean that your spouse or you have a full blown personality disorder.A personality disorder (PD) can create significant conflicts within a spouse, marriage and family.Substance abuse disorders co-occur with borderline, sociopathic and histrionic personality disorders.

We need courage here, not only to work on our own weaknesses, but also to ask spouses do so for the good of our marriages and our children.

Many personality disorder (PD) spouses have conflicts with poor impulse control, episodes of aggressive behavior, and anger attacks ( Fava, M., et al., 1993; Gould, R., et al., 1996 Millon, T.

1996), especially those within cluster B (borderline, histrionic, antisocial, and narcissistic PDs) and cluster C (avoidant, dependent, and obsessive-compulsive PDs).

I always convince him not to think like that but in the end it became the root of our break up. I even accused him of being a paranoid schizophrenic when I got tired of fighting it!!

He was thinking too much and procastinating so much. Turns out he was cheating on me with one of my "friends" (now ex-friend)!! I heard through the grapevine that he got married last year..I feel very sorry for her!

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