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An individual’s personality traits define how they perceive the world around them. It is a set of characteristics and features that cause them to think, feel, and behave in a particular way.
Personality traits are characteristic of enduring behavioural and emotional patterns rather than isolated occurrences.
Although all aspects of your personality stem from both nature and nurture, many models of personality types attempt to explain why we are the way we are.
Children who have inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) face a higher risk of getting mental health problems, a study suggests. Researchers in Sweden analysed data from 6,400 children, tracking them for an average of nine years.
They found around 17 percent of the children with the agonising condition were given a psychiatric diagnosis.
Dysthymic Disorder is a low-grade and yet chronic depression characterized by feelings of sadness or depression associated with lack of interest to do things and including some physical symptoms such as lack of energy, sleep, and concentration.