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-After hearing Dr. McKenzie mention that it could possibly be a personality disorder, it seems to make a lot more sense. -Was it really a disorder though or is it normal for children to have an imaginary friend? If it's normal, should this "friend" be able to control them this much? -Link to different types of personality disorders: https://www.orchardplace.org/services/youth-served/personality-disorders -Could see Jess as Cluster A with the social awkwardness and distorted thinking. Obsessive Personality Disorder, Cluster B Personality Disorders, Avoidant Personality, Antisocial Personality, Narcissistic Personality Disorder, Personality Types, Psychology Terms, Psychology Disorders, Mental Disorders
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-After hearing Dr. McKenzie mention that it could possibly be a personality disorder, it seems to make a lot more sense. -Was it really a disorder though or is it normal for chi... 
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