Individual personalities develop from experiences, environments, and inherited characteristics. Our upbringings, formal years, and DNA significantly factor into our personality types. When our personalities morph into unusual ways of thinking about ourselves, abnormal ways of relating to others, and unpredictable ways of controlling our behaviors, we may have a personality disorder.
Personality disorders are ingrained within our character, and as a result, many individuals will be unaware that they may have a mental health disorder. Individuals often see their thoughts, motives, and actions as normal, even though others who surround them are well aware there is something off.