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Paranoid Personality Disorder

Is characterrized by a long standing distrust or suspiciousness of others. Such that their motives are interpreted as a threating or malevolent, beginning by early adulthood and present in a variety of contexts

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  Paranoid Personality Disorder - People with paranoid personality disorder (PPD) have long-term, widespread and unwarranted suspicions that other people are hostile, threatening or demeaning. These beliefs are steadfastly maintained in the absence of any real supporting evidence. In other words, paranoid personality disorder is a psychiatric diagnosis that denotes a personality disorder with paranoid features. 3/5
Paranoid Personality Disorder - Paranoid personality disorder is when you see patients who have a pervasive suspiciousness and mistrust of others. And paranoid personality disorder, as with all personality disorders, has to start by at least early adulthood. And like with all personality disorders, paranoid personality disorder has to cause social and/or occupational dysfunction. This site includes an excellent video on PPD. 4/5
Paranoid Personality Disorder - An information PDF by David P. Bernstein Maastricht University, J. David Useda, University of Rochester School of Medicine. Not Rated
  Paranoid Personality Disorder Overview - Treatment, Cause, Case study, Symptoms, Medication - Paranoid personality disorder is a psychiatric condition characaterized by extreme distrust, sensitive and suspicion of others. They have a marked sense of self-importance, but easily feel shame and humiliation. From Depression Guide. 3/5
  Relationship Advice on Paranoia -Advice based on paranoid personality disorder. 3/5
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