Dating someone paranoid
One thing that still bothers me even after 20 yrs is how to respond to M. When he tells me something that is a paranoid thought, I usually respond with 'That is a paranoid thought. It just isn't possible that it could have happened that way, etc He sees connections in everything.
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How Can I Avoid Being Paranoid in a Relationship?
Our concept of "paranoia" from films and television is centered around usually-comedic characters who think people are poisoning the water or reading their minds. But the reality of a particular kind of personality disorder is a more complex one: paranoid personality disorder PPD isn't related to delusions about aliens or malevolent secret "forces" in the world. It's related exclusively to other people, and sufferers view all other humans as potential threats who may at any point, for no reason, hurt or demean them. To be diagnosed with PPD , you have to have more than just a mild distrust of others; you have to exhibit, over a long period, an enormous, "omnipresent sense of distrust and unjustified suspicion," as Psychology Today terms it. It's a constant part of their life.
Everyday Health Emotional Health. Paranoia is a state characterized by a chronic sense of anxiety and mistrust. Depending on the form it takes and the way symptoms are expressed, it can be a symptom of several distinct, diagnosable mental illnesses. Others are generalized and may interfere with decision-making and relationships.
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