Sufferers develop low self-esteem from thinking that they are different from not being able to communicate properly and thinking that other people are thinking of them in a humiliating and negative way. Often people with social anxiety believe that they are worse than others, and are not loved. Depression soon arrives after thinking negative thoughts for such a long time that it over takes them and consumes their minds. Depression can lead to the person having suicidal thoughts which can eventually lead them to taking their own life. Because of the severity of social anxiety, it should be treated as a mental illness.
Ms. M’s results suggested that she does not trust her environment. Her mistrust is also directed towards other people because she is uncertain how other people will react to her. Therefore, she exudes a lot of effort towards safeguarding her behavior when around other people. However, the amount of effort she puts forth negatively affects her self-perception, as she has a pessimistic view of herself. The pessimism and mistrust towards her environment also negatively affect her problem solving and decision making
They are almost seen as being less of a human. The stigma affects the individual with a mental illness in such a cruel way. The individual cannot even seek help without the fear of being stigmatized by their loved ones or the general public. The stigma even leads to some individuals developing self-stigma. This means having a negative perception of one’s self, such as viewing one’s self as being dangerous.
When a person is not able to deal with people or problems of the environment, he or she is said to have a Personality Disorder (Livesley 99). "Originally the term borderline was used to refer to individuals whose adjustment was on the borderline between normal and psychotic" (Holmes 393). Today borderline personality disorder is primarily marked by instability, showing different symptoms at different times. Most of the symptoms revolve around problems of mood, mild disturbance in thought processes, and impulsive self-injurious behavior (Holmes 393). All of this prevents the borderline to have interpersonal relationships.
Constant harsh critiquing on anything is bad because people who do this don't see any other options. They don’t accept the opinions of others and they remain convinced in their own minds that only they are right. Eventually, these people dismiss others and hurt others, making those around them feel bad about themselves. Very often these people alienate those around them and they wind up alone and as miserable as they make others feel. The results of constant harsh criticism are serious and they affect people differently.
They may be unable to complete school, have trouble interviewing and getting a job, and may be incapable of friendships or romantic relationships, making them feel alone or even ashamed. Although not as common, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is another form of anxiety that can wreak havoc on someone’s life. OCD causes one to suffer from unwanted thoughts that they cannot seem to let go of (obsessions), causing them to repeatedly perform ritualistic behaviors or routines in an effort to ease their anxiety. Agoraphobia is considered one of the more serious anxiety disorders. A common misconception is that agoraphobia is a fear of public places.
With borderline personality disorder, patient usually feel unsatisfied with the way they look, and feel worthless, significantly blemished, angry, reckless, and have variable moods, which might cause people stay away from that person. People with this kind of this disorder have a hard time to realize reality and have wrong ideas that goes through their mind. It might seem as if they have delusion disorder but it is more of their overwhelming emotions and their cognitive function. These unstable emotions are associated with borderline personality disorder, which leads to many different symptoms that might separate a patient from reality. Unstable emotions have a relationship with early social interactions and different kinds of life patterns (Borderline Personality Disorder... ... middle of paper ... ...tom cause a patient to feel unsupported, worthless, and lost in the margins his or her society.
Next, victims completely disappear on trying a new thing. This means those people can focus to do their job, assignment and studying. Also, victim avoids of trust people around them, that can lead they think on negative things to people around them, even their best friends. Consequently, “Negative emotions are defined as self-conscious emotions that occur when individuals evaluate themselves negatively and/or when they feel that others are passing negative judgment on them.”(Céleste B and Lee R, p.690). Therefore, self-conscious is an unfavorable for people who normally are confident doing a thing to become a weak person.
Schizoid Personality Disorder affects your social life, professional life, and yourself. These people will not have close relationships with family, friends, and co-workers. They might be seen as loners, since they do not like to associate with anyone and work better when socially isolated. Main characteristics about people with this disorder are that they show little or not emotions, and have no close friends. With treatment the effects of this disorder could be decreased, yet most do not take the next step into treatment.
People with this disorder have a bizarre fear of being watched and scrutinized by others. This is exacerbated when they lack social skills in social situations. This causes anxiety which for some can lead to panic attacks because they are constantly in distress that people are judging them. Some even withdraw themselves from social situations completely so they don’t have to face the anxiety. Bruce H. Hinrichs (2004) states people with anxiety worry, feel stressed, and ruminate, which means to go over things repeatedly in their minds (340).