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Avoidant Personality Disorder Worksheet
On this page, we will provide you with an Avoidant Personality Disorder Worksheet which will help you in understanding Avoidant Personality Disorder.
What is an Avoidant Personality Disorder Worksheet?
An avoidant personality disorder is characterized by feelings of extreme social inhibition, inadequacy, and sensitivity to negative criticism and rejection. Yet the symptoms involve more than simply being shy or socially awkward. Avoidant personality disorder causes significant problems that affect the ability to interact with others and maintain relationships in day-to-day life. About 1% of the general population has an avoidant personality disorder. This worksheet will give you awareness about Avoidant Personality Disorder in detail.
How an Avoidant Personality Disorder Worksheet will help?
It will help you have self-awareness of Avoidant Personality Disorder. It will also help you to recognize Avoidant Personality Disorder in people around you so that you can help them.
Instructions on how to use an Avoidant Personality Disorder Worksheet
Read the information provided in the worksheet carefully so that you can get aware of Avoidant Personality Disorder.
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