Our expert says:
Hmm. I don't think anyone has identified specific chemical imbalances related to chronic personality-related problems, which seem to relate both to strongly inherited personality patterns and habits formed through life. So the sort of problem you describe later in your question are more responsive, IF the individual actualyl wants to change them, to psychotherapy than chemical therapies. Now, ordinary disorders like anxiety and depression may lead to an exaggeration of underlyin g personality traits, so that what is at most an occasional nuisance becomes more dominant and troublesome, and in such an instance, chemical / med treatment of the major anxiety, depression or suchlike disorder, could lead to modification of the personality-related problems for the better
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