Paranoid Personality Disorder Harms Relationships

Paranoid Personality Disorder Harms Relationships
Paranoid Personality Disorder Harms Relationships

📩 28/11/2021 12:38

Specialist Clinical Psychologist Müjde Yahşi gave important information about the subject. If there are people in your circle who misunderstand what you say, are sensitive to every word and behavior, perceive the slightest criticism as a personal attack and immediately become defensive, and turn things into conflict easily, you should know that these people show Paranoid Personality traits. Paranoid personality disorder may have genetic, sociological, biological or neurological causes. This personality disorder is one of the most common personality disorders.

The two most distinctive features of paranoid people are that they cannot easily trust people and are skeptical. In particular, they become more suspicious of people they cannot control, and they perceive any attitude from these people as disrespect or threat. Therefore, they are adept at making fleas a camel.

Other characteristics of paranoid people are as follows;

Even though they are closed to criticism, they use an extremely critical tone towards those whom they cannot trust. This style stems from their sense of arrogance.

When they see good from someone, they definitely look for a benefit, but when they see evil, they never forget what was done and hold grudges.

They interpret people's friendly approach as "to be used". For them, every look and attitude from people whom they cannot trust contains an allusion and reason.

If you have a spouse, mother-in-law, sister-in-law, friend, lover or any relative showing these characteristics, don't blame yourself, "Why can't I make up, where am I going wrong" because the problem is not yours, the problem is in this person's personality. You realize that the problem is not with you and protect yourself with the limits you will set and continue your life as you know it.

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