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Maybe you need to embrace your dark side, according to a new study that shows people with certain extreme pathological personality traits fare well in the game of love. In the study researchers focused on nearly 1, heterosexual men and women with a variety of pathological personality traits whose disorders ranged in severity from none to diagnosable. Their results show that people with some pathological personality types, such as those considered neurotic and impulsive, had more mates and even more children than average, suggesting that such traits are not being weeded out by natural selection and actually may confer an evolutionary advantage. For example, Corinna E. The study results show both males and females who were pathologically reckless and impetuous attracted more short-term partners than participants with average personalities. The study results also revealed that neurotic females were more likely to be in lasting relationships.

Why We Are Attracted to Deviant Personalities

Why We Are Attracted to Deviant Personalities - Scientific American

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Sexual Deviation

Handbook of Clinical Psychology Competencies pp Cite as. Working with sexually deviant clients is a challenging and potentially anxiety provoking endeavour for any clinician. However, it is possible that clinicians working in various settings will eventually be faced with a client who discloses issues with sexual deviance. The types of problems that sexually deviant clients present span a broad range of issues and necessarily require clinicians with strong and varied therapeutic skills.
Compulsive sexual behavior, otherwise known as sexual addiction, is an emerging psychiatric disorder that has significant medical and psychiatric consequences. Until recently, very little empirical data existed to explain the biological, psychological, and social risk factors that contribute to this condition. In addition, clinical issues, such as the natural course and best practices on treating sexual addictions, have not been formalized.