Tag Archives: character disorder

Comments from a Reader of “In Sheep’s Clothing”

Your book helped me understand why I am such an “approval junkie,” how I got manipulated, why I always hated confrontation, and why I had so little confidence and self-respect.

Getting A Covert-Aggressive To See the Error of His Ways?

Both of my books point out that when it comes to covert-aggressive personalities or any other disturbed character, “they already see, they just disagree.”

Shameless and Guiltless Thinking

A key feature of the most disordered individuals is that they neither care enough nor think enough about how their patterns of behavior reflect on their character.

The Possessive Thinking of the Disturbed Character

One of the biggest reasons why disturbed characters form relationships frequently characterized by various forms of abuse and exploitation is because they think of others as objects to possess.

What Were They Thinking? – Pt. 2

Persons with disturbed characters don’t act the way most of us do largely because they don’t think the way we do. Some will even advance points of view which they don’t really believe but which they want you to believe that they believe — all with a view to manipulating you or managing your impression of them.