The Dark Side of Personality

Exploring topics in personality, psychopathology, and psychotherapy

The Dark Side of Dependency

Compared to other personality disorders such as antisocial or borderline personality disorder, not nearly as much research attention had been devoted to dependent personality disorder. However, interpersonal dependency is associated with a variety of both negative and positive consequences. Read More

Dependence Is The Worst.

D.P.D. is WORSE then A.S.P.D.
Case in point: Acquitted child killer Casey Anthony
is doing fine now, because she has no regrets. Life is
an adventure. If she had D.P.D., the guilt and fear
would kill her.

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David K. Marcus is a professor and Director of Clinical Training at Washington State University.

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