Personality disorders such as the emotionally unstable personality disorder (also known as borderline personality disorder), antisocial personality disorder (formerly known as sociopathy), psychopathy and the histrionic personality can appear similar to narcissism from afar and are often referred to interchangeably. But now we want to find out in this series what exactly characterizes and distinguishes these other personality disorders.
Many people are currently struggling to set themselves apart from other people, especially during this pandemic, when we live much closer and more prolonged with the people in our household. Where we otherwise have some catalysts and variety in our everyday life, be it at work, in our own circle of friends or at our own appointments to balance it out, we have rarely been together with our dearest ones as continuously and intensely as we are now.
Once we understand that people have different ways of expressing their love and that other love languages may be less pronounced, this can massively improve our love life. Through this knowledge we become gain a better comprehension of the different languages of love. This also helps us better understand better why our partner's different expressions may differ from our own.