*Attention seeking behaviors- There are various forms.
*Self deprecator-Always putting themselves down, over and over again, you hear the same thing. Unable to accept praise from others to the point others stop offering praise.
*The help rejecting complainer -Chronically rejects the very help they are asking for, they are dependent on others, but unable to trust. When feedback is given, they often say "yes, but." They use a lot of time and energy in the group with no progress, the group gets frustrated.
*The narcissistic member-They feel exaggerated self-love, they feel entitled to the groups concern, compliments, gifts, although they give none to others in the group. These clients may demand others attention, but refuse to give others their attention. The group members could easily get upset about this and refuse to acknowledge the narcissist, thus bursting their bubble leading them into depths of depression.