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My pdoc says that AsPD fades over time and usually, in your 40's, the PD will be pretty much gone. Firstly, my pdoc is an idiot so I don't know if this is true, secondly, has anyone else heard this about other PDs? Would be interested to find out if my life of being an ungovernable bastard has a sell-by date.

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I heard that the worst symptoms of AsPD and BPD will 'fade out' over time. However, with NPD I read that it usually gets worse because people they look up to go away/die, which leaves them being the superiour one.

My granddad had (diagnosed) AsPD...not sure.

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On June 17, 2016 at 7:07 AM, The Hitcher said:

My pdoc says that AsPD fades over time and usually, in your 40's, the PD will be pretty much gone. Firstly, my pdoc is an idiot so I don't know if this is true, secondly, has anyone else heard this about other PDs? Would be interested to find out if my life of being an ungovernable bastard has a sell-by date.

Hi the hitcher, I had a PD NOS and I no longer have that diagnosis. I did 6 years of a combination of CBT, DBT and psychodynamic therapy. Sometimes I feel like I still have it though when I have bad experiences on social networks. 

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