My wife thinks I should see someone for my generalized anxiety disorder. Should i?

GAD. Generalized anxiety disorder is a diagnosis. Have you already been diagnosed? Or, do you refer to having some symptoms of anxiety? If you want to be formally evaluated and see if you have gad or any other anxiety disorders then yes, seeing a professional is a good idea. If your anxiety springs affect your everyday life, seeing a professional and getting some help is also a good idea.
Probably. You probably should at least have an evaluation, especially if your wife thinks it is a problem. Have you been diagnosed before? GAD can usually be diagnosed on the basis of a thorough psychiatric interview, after ruling out any medical causes such as thyroid problems. Excessive worry that causes distress or impairment is the primary symptom. SSRI medications and CBT are effective treatments.
Yes. A good rule of thumb is that if a spouse, especially a wife thinks you need to see someone, then that's what I would do. If the symptoms are severe enough that they have concern, then it's worth getting it evaluated.

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Is there a way I can test myself to see if I have (GAD) Generalized Anxiety Disorder?

Based on history. GAD can usually be diagnosed on the basis of a thorough psychiatric interview, after ruling out any medical causes such as thyroid problems. Excessive worry that causes distress or impairment is the primary symptom. Other qualifying symptoms include muscle tension, feeling on edge, sleeping problems and concentration problems. SSRI medications and CBT are effective treatments.

I was previously diagnosed with adhd generalized anxiety disorder and social phobia was prescribed medication but no longer see the doctor I need medi?

This is curable. I specialize in this type of problem and have 30 years of proven experience with the diagnosis. Tt can be cured and I guarantee my work. It involves a new type of therapy, non-talking.

Am I paranoid too or is it just my generalized anxiety disorder?

Without. Specifics it would be hard to say. Usually, however, gad does not involve true paranoia.

I have 95% of the symptoms for generalized anxiety disorder should I talk to my doctor about it?

GAD. If causing u distress or interfering with your daily functioning, absolutely.
Probably should. If you have that many congruent symptoms with gad it's probably best to consult with your physician about it. The two of you can possibly discuss diagnostics, and then referrals to a mental health specialist if needed.
If you'd like help. If you'd like help with your anxiety, then yes you should talk with your physician about it. The diagnosis may or may not be correct, but your doctor can help assess and suggest reasonable treatments.
GAD? Yes talk with u pcp about it and he will be able to help u.

How do you tell the difference between paranoid personality disorder or just my generalized anxiety disorder?

Cause of fear. The main difference between paranoid personality disorder and generalized anxiety disorder is in what causes the anxiety. In paranoid personality the main issue is a distrust and fear of people with worry that others are malevolent or want to harm one. In generalized anxiety, the fear is about many different issues such as the future, possible accidents, illness, etc.
True paranoia. Is very different from gad. Why not ask your psychiatrist to explain the difference?

Is this paranoid personality disorder or just my generalized anxiety disorder that makes me stay up late worried about my job?

Your GAD. Worrying about job loss isn't paranoid...It could happern, but this is a symptom of gad. This sounds like a good subject for therapy.
Anxiety--probably. Paranoid personality disorder has to do with strongly held, more or less exaggerated assumptions that other people are: out to purposefully harm and humiliate, are vindictive, and are actively 'hateful'. The paranoid person feels specifically (and unrealistically) persecuted. Paranoia leads to and is caused by anxieties, but it is more than an increase in troublesome worries about life.