Do you think that a lot of people with personality disorders generally get labeled as Beta?
Are you seriously asking if Betas are more prone to personality disorders? Or maybe you're asking something else?
Probably depends on the disorder. Histrionic, Antisocial, & Narcissistic could either possibly be described as Beta-ish or affect many Beta types. I would guess not so much Avoidant, Schizoid, and Schizotypal. Unsure about Paranoid and Dependent.
Howard Hughes (ENFj) famously had OCD. Borderline is very pervasive compared to other disorders and can affect many different kinds of personalities.
Any specifics you have in mind?
"His feeling that this world is not his Fatherland, and that it does not represent his proper condition, so to speak—his feeling that, basically, he 'comes from afar'—will remain a fundamental element which will not give rise to mystical escapism and spiritual weakness, but rather will enable him to minimise, to relativise, to refer to higher concepts of measure and limit, all that can seem important and definitive to others, starting with death itself, and will confer on him calm force and breadth of vision." — Julius Evola
SLI-Te | 5w6 sp/so
the passionate impulsiveness of many betas can lend itself to personality disorders
Mortal, mortal, what would you
With that beauty once was yours?
Perishable is the dew,
And the dust endures.
Extraverted aristocrats are negativists, thus negativist quadras are generally bound to have a little heavier overtone, thus from the outside they might be seen as more prone to neurosis.
fatti non foste a viver come bruti ma per seguir virtute e canoscenza
I am ENFj and I was diagnosed with OCD at 13 (Psych said I would get better as I've gotten older).
So ENFjs would be more prone to OCD or even OCPD.
ENFp (IEE, intuitive Subtype)
"I'm Sick of Old Men Dreaming Up Wars for Young Men To Die In," George McGovern.