How To Overcome Psychological Disorders?
What psychological disorder is this? For example, parents tell us to do A but what we do B but we already know it’s wrong but we still do it too and know the risks. What is it called?
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Basically a person can be said to have a psychological disorder if his thoughts, feelings, moods, or behavior cause a significant disturbance in his life, for example that person cannot work or study well, cannot socialize or establish close relationships with others, cannot take care himself correctly, etc. If what you experience does not cause a significant disturbance in your life, then the condition cannot be said to be a psychological or psychological disorder.
The conditions you describe can be caused by several possibilities:
You have an aggressive passive personality. People with aggressive passive personalities express their negative feelings vaguely through actions and don't deal with them directly. For example you are asked to tidy up the room and you do not want. Compared to saying directly that you don't want to tidy up the room, you tell your parents that you will tidy up the room, but you will delay doing it, not doing it at all, or actually doing the opposite. If you are entering adolescence, you may be experiencing a teenage rebellion. In adolescence, someone wants to show his parents that he can be independent and do everything himself, so that a teenager can show resistance to parents and do not want to do what their parents ask. This is a fairly common thing and is part of a person's psychological development. If you have entered adulthood and you always show resistance to all things (not only to your parents), but also to all norms that apply in society, regardless of the rights and feelings of others, even often in trouble with the law, then there is a possibility You have antisocial personality disorder. If indeed you are experiencing a significant disruption in your life, you should consult directly with a psychiatrist so that you can further analyze the problems you have. You can also consult a psychologist if indeed you feel disturbed by your condition.
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