How to Handle 5 Difficult Personalities
We all have personality quirks; that’s a given. But what happens when difficult personalities affect your work or your personal life? There’s the xtickler boss, the drama queen friend, the co-worker who leaves you feeling drained. There are countless psychology books available to help you deal with specific personality types, but if you’re looking for a quick overview, here’s advice from psychologist Sarah Seung-McFarland on spotting the most common personality disorders and learning how to handle them.
This post originally appeared in The Everygirl.
One of the hallmarks of a person with a personality disorder (or something like it), is a remarkable ability to believe that everyone else, not them, is the problem. So if you’re thinking it’s you, it’s probably them.