Paranoid Personality Disorder
Symptoms and Behaviors
People with PPD are always on guard, believing that others are constantly trying to harm, or threaten them.
habits of blame and distrust.
Doubt commitment, loyalty, or trustworthiness of others
unforgiving and hold grudges
believe they are always right
Have difficulty relaxing
hostile, stubborn, and argumentative
Read hidden meanings in the innocent remarks
The exact cause of PPD is unknown, but it likely involves a combination of biological and psychological factors. It’s more common in people who have close relatives with schizophrenia and suggests a genetic link between the two. Early childhood experiences, like physical or emotional trauma, also play a role in the development of PPD.