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A boss calls her subordinate’s work “okay” – did she mean to compliment him, or imply it was mediocre?A friend breaks off two appointments in a row, each time saying that something has come up – did something come up, or is he getting tired of the friendship?User dgerard wrote about meeting me in 2011, saying: His superpower is that he projects a Niceness Field, where people talking to him face to face want to be more polite and civil. I should admit nobody else has mentioned anything like this, and that narcissism biases me toward believing anyone who says I have a superpower. And the more I examine this, the more I realize that my results are pretty atypical for psychiatrists.The only person I’ve met with a similar Niceness Field is Jimmy Wales from Wikipedia…when people are around [Jimmy] talking to him they feel a sort of urge to be civil and polite in discourse 🙂 I’ve seen people visibly trying to be very precise and polite talking to him about stuff even when they’re quite upset about whatever it is. There’s something I’m doing – totally by accident – to produce those results. Paranoia is a common symptom of various psychiatric disorders – most famously schizophrenia, but also paranoid personality disorder, delusional disorder, sometimes bipolar disorder.
Just as there’s a spectrum from smart to dumb, or from introverted to extraverted, so there’s a spectrum in people’s tendencies to interpret ambiguous situations in a positive or negative way.But any improvement I made was incremental at best.My colleague is a bubbly extravert who gets very excited about everything; I worry that to match her results, I would have to somehow copy her entire personality. I found myself doing well with overly emotional patients, the sort who had too many dramatic meltdowns to do therapy with anybody else.” And later, my supervisor was reviewing one of my therapy sessions, and I was surprised to hear him comment that I “seemed uncomfortable with dramatic expressions of emotion”.I mean, I am uncomfortable with dramatic expressions of emotion. As a therapist, I’m supposed to be quiet and encouraging and not show discomfort at anything, and I was trying to do that, and I’d thought I was succeeding.