No one likes to be told they do something because of some particular reason. It’s great to read self-improvement books and to learn to understand yourself better while you improve your behaviors.
Be careful to avoid diagnosing others as you improve yourself, especially during an argument. It is highly unlikely that you are going to hear the person you are “diagnosing” (without the proper education and training) is going to say, “Wow, I never realized that. Thank you for putting a mental illness label on me.”
Instead, learn what you can to help you interact better with the ones you love. Remember, you can only change yourself.
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