Have you experienced some suspicious feelings in every relationship? Are you unsatisfied with any relationship? If yes, you may have a serious mental disorder – Paranoid Personality Disorder. In paranoid personality disorder, a person is always on guard. They believe that other people are trying to humiliate, hurt or humiliate them. It can also happen in intimate relationships.
These are some prominent symptoms of paranoid personality disorder:
Suspicion of others’ commitment and loyalty
You believe they are betraying you
Never share any personal information as they can use it against you
holding a grudge
Taking different meanings from any innocent comments or simple looks
Taking criticism badly and then lashing out at the other person
Anger is your weapon
Turning cold in any relationship. You try to distance yourself from others
Always in attack and argumentative mood
Causes of Paranoid Personality Disorder
It is said to be a combination of certain biological and psychological factors that lead to paranoid personality disorder. Some childhood or emotional trauma can lead to such a mental disorder.
Treatment of paranoid personality disorder
Usually, there are some diagnostic and physical tests as well. But such tests depend on the level of the disorder in the individual. Psychiatrists and psychologists can help you through psychotherapy in the form of counseling.
Prevention is better than cure, how to prevent paranoid personality disorder?
Maintain a sleep pattern. Proper sleep helps keep your mind calm.
Stop the habit of overthinking
Focus on your life, career and goals
Exercising and doing yoga can help your body stay active and stay away from negative emotions
Interact as much as you can. Do some social work that keeps you motivated
Meditation and writing will help you