Histrionic personality disorder typically enjoy being the centre of attention in all situations, and feel uncomfortable if they don’t have the constant attention of others. You may feel compelled to entertain others, and are easily influenced by other people and their opinions of you.
Symptoms of histrionic personality disorder include:
- Feeling uncomfortable if you’re not the centre of attention
- Mood swings and shallow emotions
- Expressing yourself in theatrical, exaggerated or overly dramatic ways
- Using your physical appearance to draw attention to yourself
- Being easily influenced by other people
- Sexually inappropriate, seductive or provocative behaviour
- Believing that your friendships or close personal relationships are more intimate than they actually are
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