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This article is about primarily nonsexual personality features.
For the medical condition in which severe pain or humiliation is required for sexual arousal, see Sexual masochism disorder.
For symbolic or mild sexual play behaviors, see BDSM.
Self-defeating personality disorder (also known as masochistic personality disorder) was a proposed personality disorder.
It was discussed in an appendix of the manual's revised third edition (DSM-III-R) in 1987, but was never formally admitted into the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM).
As an alternative, the diagnosis personality disorder not otherwise specified, remains in use in for the DSM-5.
Theodore Millon has proposed four subtypes of masochist.Any individual masochist may fit into none, one or more of the following subtypes: Proudly unselfish, self-denying, and self-sacrificial; self-ascetic; weighty burdens are judged noble, righteous, and saintly; others must recognize loyalty and faithfulness; gratitude and appreciation expected for altruism and forbearance.Bewitches and ensnares by becoming jealous, overprotective, and indispensable; entraps, takes control, conquers, enslaves, and dominates others by being sacrificial to a fault; control by obligatory dependence.Is "wrecked by success"; experiences "victory through defeat"; gratified by personal misfortunes, failures, humiliations, and ordeals; eschews best interests; chooses to be victimized, ruined, disgraced.