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Johnny Bravo Evaluation

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Tiara Hatten

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Transcript of Johnny Bravo Evaluation

Johnny Bravo
Nia Interiano
Tiara Hatten
Elizabeth Graham

Johnny's Background
Video of Johnny
Narcissistic Personality Disorder
Full name: Efrem Giovanni Bravo Partible
Age: 25 (Valentine's Day (meaning when the episode came out on 2-14-2003 that his official age))
Lives in Aron City (named after Elvis Presley)
Profession: Unemployed
Major Goal: To find a girl that will love and admire him.
Likes: Kung-Fu chick shows
Narcissistic personality disorder is a mental disorder in which people have an inflated sense of their own importance and a deep need for admiration. Those with narcissistic personality disorder believe that they're superior to others and have little regard for other people's feelings. But behind this mask of ultra-confidence lies a fragile self-esteem, vulnerable to the slightest criticism.

Narcissistic personality disorder is one of several types of personality disorders. Personality disorders are conditions in which people have traits that cause them to feel and behave in socially distressing ways, limiting their ability to function in relationships and in other areas of their life, such as work or school.
Narcissistic personality disorder is characterized by dramatic, emotional behavior, which is in the same
category as antisocial and borderline personality disorders. Narcissistic personality disorder symptoms may

Believing that you're better than others
Fantasizing about power, success and attractiveness
Exaggerating your achievements or talents
Expecting constant praise and admiration
Believing that you're special and acting accordingly
Failing to recognize other people's emotions and feelings
Expecting others to go along with your ideas and plans
Taking advantage of others
Expressing disdain for those you feel are inferior
Being jealous of others
Believing that others are jealous of you
Trouble keeping healthy relationships
Setting unrealistic goals
Being easily hurt and rejected
Having a fragile self-esteem
Appearing as tough-minded or unemotional
It's not known what causes narcissistic personality disorder. As with other mental disorders, the cause is likely complex. The cause may be linked to a dysfunctional childhood, such as excessive pampering, extremely high expectations, abuse or neglect. It's also possible that genetics or psycho biology — the connection between the brain and behavior and thinking — plays a role in the development of narcissistic personality disorder.
Risk Factors
Risk factors for narcissistic personality disorder may include:

Parental disdain for fears and needs expressed during childhood
Lack of affection and praise during childhood
Neglect and emotional abuse in childhood
Excessive praise and overindulgence
Unpredictable or unreliable care giving from parents
Learning manipulative behaviors from parents
Dependent Personality Disorder
Work Cited
Dependent personality disorder is characterized by a long-standing need for the person to be taken care of and a fear of being abandoned or separated from important individuals in his or her life. This leads the person to engage in dependent and submissive behaviors that are designed to elicit care-giving behaviors in others. The dependent behavior may be see as being “clingy” or “clinging on” to others, because the person fears they can’t live their lives without the help of others.
Reasons for Disorders
The reason behind Johnny having NPD and DPD is because of his mother, Bunny. Johnny's father was never around and rarely mentioned throughout the show so his mother picked up the slack and became very dedicated to giving her son and what he wanted.

Causes and Symptoms
Cause of dependent personality disorder is unknown. The disorder usually begins in childhood. It is one of the most common personality disorders and is equally common in men and women.
Estimates are 8% in males and 5% in females in the US as lifetime prevalence
People with this disorder do not trust their own ability to make decisions. They may be very upset by separation and loss. They may go to great lengths, even suffering abuse, to stay in a relationship.

Symptoms of dependent personality disorder may include:

Avoiding being alone
Avoiding personal responsibility
Becoming easily hurt by criticism or disapproval
Becoming overly focused on fears of being abandoned
Becoming very passive in relationships
Feeling very upset or helpless when relationships end
Having difficulty making decisions without support from others
Having problems expressing disagreements with others
"Johnny Bravo" theme song
Dependent personality disorder is diagnosed in between 0.5 and 0.6 percent of the general population.
Axis I: 301.81 Narcissistic Personality Disorder
Axis II: 301.6 Dependent Personality Disorder
Axis III: None

Psychosocial and Environmental Problems include:

with support group
- Johnny feels there aren't enough women.

with social environment
- All women reject him; keeps getting beat up.
Educational Problems
- Graduated high school with a 1.5 GPA
Problems with Health care services
- He wishes his doctor was a woman.
Other psychosocial and environmental problems
- People always stare at him because he thinks he is way too good looking.

There is no known cure for narcissistic personality disorder, but psychotherapy might help the person learn to relate to others in a more positive and rewarding way. Long-term psychotherapy tries to provide the person with greater insight into his or her problems and attitudes in the hope that this will change behavior. The goal of therapy is to help the person develop a better self-esteem and more realistic expectations of others. Medication might sometimes be used to treat the distressing symptoms, such as behavioral problems, that might occur with this disorder, but medicines are not the mainstay of treating personality disorders.
Anti-anxiety agents and antidepressants should be prescribed only when there is a clear Axis I diagnosis in conjunction with the personality disorder.

Self Help
Many support groups exist within communities throughout the world which are devoted to helping individuals with this disorder share their commons experiences and feelings.

The most effective psychotherapeutic approach is one which is focuses on solutions to specific life problems the patient is presently experiencing.
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