Personality disorders can cause individuals to perceive themselves in an altered or disillusioned light. For some, this can entail an increasingly diminishing sense of self, and self-loathing. For others, it could provoke arrogance and narcissism. In either case, the change in self-image is usually more than a passing phase, creating an enduring shift in their self-regard and interfering with daily activities and relationships.
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