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Old 07-18-2011
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Psyche Can't mix up with team; Personality Disorder!

Irfzan pathan, the newest member of Indian team for cricket, comes to see you, the psychiatrist. He has been unable to participate in the team huddle (the ritual they do after the fall of each opposition wicket). he is unable to contribute to team strategy. he has the strong desire to shake hands and rub shoulders with likes of sachin tendulkar and souravganguly but he feels he is not enough. he hardly mixes with the team members after the game.
which personality disorder he is suffering from

a. schizoid
b. schizotypal
c. avoidant
d. obsessive-compulsive
e. narcissistic
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The answer is c. avoidant???
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C avoidant
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avoidant pd?
you made up this question aghammoud85? lol
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c. ..............
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Answer is C.

Nice one...lol
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