OMG! Jane Oineza has histrionic character according to PBB resident psychologist
PBB All IN resident psychologist and psychiatrist Dr. Randy Dellosa shared his observation of Jane. “Isang observation tungkol kay Jane, may sarili siyang style sa pag-relate sa tao, yung tinatawag nating histrionic character.Wednesday, June 18, 2014
Medyo babad na ang isyu kay Jane at Joshua sa PBB huh. Usap-usapan na kung ano ang relasyong namamagitan sa kanilang dalawa. Sa katunayan, ilang beses nang napagsabihan ang dalawang teen housemates ng mga regular housemates tulad nina Michelle, Vicky, at Ranty.
Si Nichole naman, tinawag pang PBB Jane Edition ang kasalukuyang edition ng programa. Hahaha!
Even Kuya was confused about Jane’s behavior. He had to ask Jane the same things he asked her before. “Ano ba yung sa inyo ni Joshua? Bakit ka gano’n kumilos kay Joshua, touchy?” Jane stuck to her previous statement that Joshua is just a close friend.
PBB All IN resident psychologist and psychiatrist Dr. Randy Dellosa shared his observation of Jane.
“Isang observation tungkol kay Jane, may sarili siyang style sa pag-relate sa tao, yung tinatawag nating histrionic character. Ang histrionic is not a bad character; it’s just a style of relating with people. They’re very emotional, they like the attention that they get from people, and they can also be kind of flirty.”
Dr. Dellosa continued, “Ang mga histrionic character they have their own way of thinking. Posibleng ang tingin ng ibang tao e nagsisinungaling sila. It’s like wala silang awareness o konti ang awareness nila and so the tendency is i-deny nila ang nagyayari, kahit na nangyayari yun.”
According to Dr. Dellosa, “They should be told right away kung ano ang ginagawa nila para may insight, may feedback kaagad.”
According naman sa isang medical website, ang histrionic personality ay karaniwan sa mga babae.
Histrionic personality disorder is one of a group of conditions called "Cluster B" or "dramatic" personality disorders. People with these disorders have intense, unstable emotions and distorted self-images.
For people with histrionic personality disorder, their self-esteem depends on the approval of others and does not arise from a true feeling of self-worth. They have an overwhelming desire to be noticed, and often behave dramatically or inappropriately to get attention. The word histrionic means "dramatic or theatrical."