People with this disorder: Doubt the commitment, loyalty, or trustworthiness of others, believing others are using or deceiving them. Are reluctant to confide in others or reveal personal information due to a fear that the information will be used against them. Are unforgiving and hold grudges.
What does paranoid personality feel like?
Doubting the loyalty and trustworthiness of others and believing they are being deceived. Retaliating quickly with stubborn and argumentative tendencies. An unforgiving nature and a tendency to hold grudges. Inability to identify their role in problems or conflicts and a feeling of always being right.
Can you have mild paranoid personality disorder?
Paranoid personality disorder – considered the mildest type. Most people with paranoid personality disorder function well despite their mistrust of the world. The attitudes and behaviours associated with this disorder, when they become obvious, are often discovered to have been present for much of the persons life.