Tag Archives: personality disorder

What Neurotics Don’t Get About Disturbed Characters

In my new book, Character Disturbance, I go to great lengths to highlight the many and significant differences between most folks and people of disturbed character.

Dr. Simon’s New Book on Disturbed Characters Now Available

“Character Disturbance” presents a framework by which almost anyone can understand all the major personality types, what makes them the way they are, how they think, how they conduct their relations with others, and what a reasonable person has to do to avoid being abused or exploited by life’s most unsavory characters.

Confessions of a Covert-Aggressive Personality

The covert-aggressive personality employs a potent one-two punch: the covert-aggressive conceals aggressive intent to ensure you never really see what’s coming; and he or she exploits your normal sensitivities, conscientiousness and other vulnerabilities to manipulate you into succumbing.

“Dexter” And The Truth About Psychopaths

Psychopaths know very well how most people think and respond, so it’s easy for them to manipulate others into making false assumptions about them and into a false of sympathy for them when they exhibit their heartless behavior.

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.