Complications of personality disorders include the inability to maintain relationships or jobs, and being prone to other psychiatric problems. Additionally, someone with personality disorders may suffer from depression, anxiety, and eating disorders. These mental illnesses may lead to drug and alcohol abuse, child abuse, risky or promiscuous behavior, and breaking the law. A person with these disorders may be violent, either to others or themselves by self-harm or suicide attempts. They may be aggressive, socially isolated, and may have strained relationships with healthcare professionals.