AvPD is a Cluster C personality disarrangement.
Those influenced screen a pattern of severe social anxiety, social inhibition, feelings of inadequacy and inferiority, extreme sensitivity to negative analysis, and avoidance of social interaction despite a powerful desire for familiarity.
Early adulthood usually notices the behavior and happens in most situations. Individuals with AvPD frequently consider themselves to be socially inept or unappealing and avoid social interaction because of fear of being ridiculed, humiliated, rejected or disliked.
They generally avoid becoming involved with other people unless they are certain they'll be liked. As its name implies, the major coping mechanism of people that have Avoidant personality disorder
is avoidance of feared stimuli.
Both childhood emotional neglect (specifically, the rejection of a child by one or both parents) and peer group rejection are associated with an increased risk for its growth;
However, it is feasible for AvPD to happen with no notable history of neglect or abuse.
Though some scientists assert the precise causes of the disease are unknown, many others have found that parents of avoidant children seemed to have difficulty with their own negative emotions.
Some researchers Also Have theorized that certain cases of AvPD may happen when individuals with innately high sensory processing sensitivity (characterized by deeper processing of physical and psychological stimuli,
Alongside high levels of compassion ) are increased in abusive, negligent or otherwise dysfunctional environments, which inhibits their ability to form secure bonds with other people.
Posted: 26/06/2018 at 12:40