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AVOIDANT PERSONALITY DISORDER
What kind of behaviors do these people have ?
Not being comfy Afraid of the criticism To care about the mistakes.
Not being social Prefer to staying alone. Decreases in self- confidence Unhappyness
What one the reasons for avoidant personality disorder?
Growing up style Family Friends
What kind of problems does social phobia cause?
Worry about exams
They do less what they can do. They avoid to reveal their new ideas.
Physical Sign Blush Trill Sweating Headache
How do we know if we have avoidant personality disorder?
Afraid Anxiety Excessive and pointless Incapable
Not being part of social activities To judge To ridicule Not risk
How is avoidant personality disorder diagnosed?
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