Why do you think there’s a sex difference in personality disorders? Do you think it’s based more on a biological difference between men and women, or is it a socialized difference that shapes how men and women behave, as well as how we assess that behavior?
Journal Prompt 14.2: Understanding Yourself
Eating disorders are common among young people today. Does the personality profile associated with eating disorders match what you have observed about people who may have eating disorders?
Journal Prompt 14.3: Understanding Yourself
Have you ever practices a happiness strategy? If so, which one did you do and how effective was it? If not, which one would you be most apt to choose, and why?
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