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Why Your Difficult Friend May Have a Personality Disorder

We’ve all met them.

They come into our lives and then exit just as quickly — leaving you mystified as to the interpersonal trauma you’ve just experienced.

They’re the only people in your life that you seem to end up arguing with.

Whether it’s their fluctuating moods, fickle behavior, critical attitudes, or…

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