- PPD sufferers are found of doubting the loyalty of others, as they believe others are deceiving them.
- Always read threatening meanings into any remarks or events.
- They believe to always be right.
- Are reluctant to share their personal information with others.
- They hold grudges for years.
- They are always quick to retaliate.
- Unnecessary manufacturing of chaos.
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- Perceives attacks on their reputation that are not apparent to others.
- Feeling of emptiness – This leads to an impulsive appetite for strong physical sensations and dramatic relationship experiences.
- Are generally reluctant in their relationships with others, and might become controlling and jealous.
- Perceive attacks on their character that are not apparent to others; they generally react with anger and are quick to retaliate.
- Suspect, without sufficient basis, that others are exploiting, harming, or deceiving them.
- Have difficulty relaxing.
- Sufferers of Paranoid Personality Disorder are always seen alienating and cutting off their relationships with others.
Read Martin Kantor MD‘s ‘Understanding Paranoia: A Guide for Professionals, Families, and Sufferers‘ for better guide on handling this disorder.