The Effects Of Histrionic Personality Disorder On Young Adults And Adolescence Ages 15 +

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Social media websites and activities such as Facebook, Instagram, Blogs, and open forums allows people to seek the attention from others. Apps and websites that focus on a persons’ appearance affects how one might think of themselves. The self-esteem of Young adults and adolescence ages 15+ are greatly affected. The thought of being appealing and gaining status is a target for young adults to change their color or dark personality traits as an accommodation (Furnham, 2014). Posting self-portraits of oneself in a provocative position, videos illustrating a wild personality are behaviors will lead to instant gratification that a typical young adult craves. Various factors such as cell phone use, the likely hood one might join a site based on the big five personality traits and others factors caused by personality disorders comparable to histrionic personality disorder are to be considered risks. Histrionic personality disorder (HPD) or other wised called colorful personality disorders is often described as the way a person acts, muses and is perceived in relation to the opinion of another. They regularly express themselves with extreme emotion. When one might feel that they are losing the attention of others, they habitually behave in outlandish behavior in which they dramatize their actions, flirt, perform sexual movements, and other inappropriate actions (Novas, Aruijo, & Godinho, 2015). HPD is frequently onset in adolescence and young adults. Other personalities that

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