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I think I have paranoid personality disorder what help is there for me?

7 doctors weighed in
Dr. Fred Gallo
Clinical Psychology
4 doctors agree

In brief: Seek evaluation

Paranoid personality disorder involves pervasive distrust and suspiciousness of others and interfers with relationships.
It's difficult to assess this yourself, so i recommend seeing a psychiatrist or clinical psychologist who can evaluate your concerns. People with PPD tend to be quite intelligent, so recognizing your tendencies combined with psychotherapy can be helpful.

In brief: Seek evaluation

Paranoid personality disorder involves pervasive distrust and suspiciousness of others and interfers with relationships.
It's difficult to assess this yourself, so i recommend seeing a psychiatrist or clinical psychologist who can evaluate your concerns. People with PPD tend to be quite intelligent, so recognizing your tendencies combined with psychotherapy can be helpful.
Dr. Fred Gallo
Dr. Fred Gallo
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Dr. Joan Kinlan
Psychiatry
4 doctors agree

In brief: Great question.

I wonder why you think that.
Sometimes people feel that way when it is normal to be very concerned about somethings or someone may be out to get you. Talk to a good friend and try to understand. It is possible you are just feeling this way occasionally and that is not personality disorder.

In brief: Great question.

I wonder why you think that.
Sometimes people feel that way when it is normal to be very concerned about somethings or someone may be out to get you. Talk to a good friend and try to understand. It is possible you are just feeling this way occasionally and that is not personality disorder.
Dr. Joan Kinlan
Dr. Joan Kinlan
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