Paranoid personality disorder is characterized by distrust and suspicion of others. This faith in their own ideas and abilities may be excessive.
People with this disorder have little effectto maintain normal everyday relationships within the family and the team. Let this inability to compromise, the desire to act in all cases, consistent only with his opinion. Their opinions differ categorically, self-confidence, categorically.
Particular meaning and significance for the paranoid getseverything that is somehow connected with his own personality, affect his interests. For events outside the realm of "attraction" of the "I", they deeply care about, simply excluding them from the field of active attention. All that has a close relationship to his "I" seems to be a little paranoiac worthwhile.
The constant opposition to the others,perception of the world as the opposite and even hostile to the phenomenon manifests itself in paranoid traits such as "hypervigilant" (constant search for external threats, willingness to answer any alarm) and distrust of people. Often at the forefront concerns violations of their rights, their property, their spouse or sexual partner. This distrust of the intentions of other easily passes from paranoid personalities in suspicion. There are thoughts that are surrounding them unfairly, without due respect, envy, or even want to humiliate, offend; under them "dig" impair their credibility. Wrong, one-sided interpretation of the words and actions of others leads to paranoid unreasonable and largely devoid of even the slightest reason for suspicion. Any little thing that has no direct relation to them, can be interpreted as a manifestation of ill intent, negative (or even hostile) attitudes of others (often relatives and co-workers).
The most typical feature is paranoidtendency to overvalued ideas, in the power of which they are then. Overvalued ideas dominate the whole person, determine the behavior of the individual; not paranoid personality drives your thoughts and ideas govern it.
As part of a paranoid personality disorder can behighlight seemingly opposite options: expansive and sensitive. Despite the significant differences in the behavior of people suffering from the disorder or another option, both are united by common features.
Expansive paranoid personality -pathological jealous, barrator, persons prone to conflicts, for the truth and reformism. From childhood, they are deceitful, vindictive, and often complain slander, notice the shortcomings of others, but do not recognize them at home. They are always happy with themselves, their failures are not confused. We are convinced that only they possess this special, once they understand everything perfectly. They do not want to obey, be limited to a modest role, usually struggle with their personal enemies, and not for the common cause. Fight against enemies and approval of its importance to fill their lives. nor energetic, mobile, often fussy, do not know what is tired, do not feel the need to rest.
This also applies to a group of fanatics. Fanatics - people with exceptional passion dedicate one case, one idea all their interests, activities, time, eventually - his whole life. The strength of their obsession is such that they are able to carry away, at least temporarily, and others of their idea. It must be emphasized that it is a blind faith (eg, religious fanaticism), do not require rationale. While fanatics unlike other paranoid personalities and highlight themselves, they are far from the true altruism, deprived of the immediate love of neighbor, soulless, and often cruel.
A characteristic feature of a sensitive versionparanoid psychopathy is a combination of contrasts: the consciousness of inferiority, vulnerability, false modesty and ambition, high self-esteem. These people are timid, shy, fearful and at the same time, the suspicious and irritable, prone to introspection, self-criticism and even samomuchitelstvu. They are distinguished by a heightened sense of abject failure for them in relation to the Standards (professional, everyday and others.), Which they themselves have set for ourselves.
The use of drugs in this case does not make senseIt has. The main role for psychotherapy. The doctor tries to explain to the patient what is behind his anger, and is working on a hidden human desires to have a satisfactory relationship. You can also help people in alarm monitoring and improvement of skills to solve problems in communication. Patients are helping more realistically assess the actions and intentions of others and to better understand the views of others.