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The 5 Roles Children Play In Dysfunctional Families

Dysfunctional families are more common than you think. In this article, we will talk about the roles various family members play and the kinds of families that become dysfunctional as well as child roles in dysfunctional families.Dysfunctional families are usually of two types:Outside of alcoholics and drug addicts, dysfunctional family dynamics are most prevalent when one or both of the partners suffer from a Cluster B disorder, especially Narcissistic Personality Disorder or Malignant Narcissism.After NPD, BPD is the most common disorder seen in the head of a dysfunctional family, though because it’s more common in women and Borderlines have more empathy than narcissists, BPD is most often seen in the codependent, passive partner.ASPD

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