Dealing with a person with Histrionic Personality Disorder

once we give in to someone or placate them, we are not helping them to develop and we are acting contrary to our values and beliefs to maintain the peace.

When you’ve got a relative or partner with Histrionic Personality Disorder (HPD), stepping back might not be an option. However you might not need to if you recognize how to maintain strength and bounds in the connection. Like anything else in life, once we understand fully what we’re dealing with, we can understand how we would like to engage, react, or step back from a circumstance.

When we give in to someone or placate them, we are not helping them to develop and we are acting contrary to our values and beliefs to maintain the peace. Position one’s ground is challenging and may feel overwhelming, however in such scenarios, you can’t lose your identity or undermine it for somebody else.

This movie explains how to understand and correctly deal with somebody with Histrionic Personality Disorder. Knowing the signs of HPD is vital to understanding what you are honestly dealing with. If you missed last week’s article about the best way best to recognize HPD you can find it HERE.

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