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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Paranoid Personality Disorder By McKenna Young 2B double click to change this header text! Paranoid personalitydisorder is a mentalhealth condition in which a person has a long-term pattern of distrust and suspicion of others, but does not have a full-blown psychoticdisorder such as schizophrenia. Symptoms include...Extreme distrustUnjustified suspicionUnjustified thinking that peopleare trying to hurt youAngry reactions to small insultsHesitantHostilitySocial isolationInability to work in groups It easily affects anyone with schizophrenia relatives. Anyonewith early childhood experiencesthat deal with physical or emotionaltrauma. It can affect anyone ofany race, age, gender, etc. More common in men. Normally, people with this disorderdon't seek treatment because theydon't think anything is wrong withthem. The recommended treatmentis psychotherapy which is counseling Medication is available as well Having ppd normally results in later more personality disorders, depression, anxiety, etc, In institutionalized psychiatric patients,it is estimated that 10%-30% have PPD There is no legitmate cause for this Paranoid Personality Disorderis not preventable Paranoid Personality Disorder is often a chronic, lifelong disease Extreme distrust is where theperson diagnosed feels as if they cannot trust anyone nomatter what anyone says.Unjustified Suspicion is wherethey always suspect that theyare being lied to or not being told something.Social Isolation is where in groups they always isolate themselves and may not evengo out at all.
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