in many situations these patients demonstrate that they distrust the loyalty or worthiness of others. Because the suspect that other people want to deceive, hurt or exploit them, they hesitate to share personal information. Unjustified suspicion about the faithfulness of a spouse or partner, or even the perception of hidden content in everyday events or speech can lead to having grudges or to rapid response with anger or attacks
Schizoid Personality Disorder
in many situations, these patients remain isolated and have a narrow emotional range. preferring solitude in their activities, they neither want not enjoy close relationships including those with family. They may have no close friends with the exception of relatives. Emotionally cold or detached they are indifferent to criticism and praise.
Schizotypial Personality Disorder
In many situations, these patients tend to be isolated, exhibit a narrow emotional range with other people. They will have paranoid or suspicious ideas, even ideas of reference. Their dress or mannerisms may give them an odd appearance, with affect that is inappropriate or or constricted. Speech can be vague, impoverish or overly abstract. They may report strange perceptions or physical sensations and their peculiar behavior may be affected by magical thinking or other odd beliefs.
Antisocial Personality Disorder
the patients have a history dating to before 15 of destroying property, serious rule violation, or aggression against people or animals. They tend to lie or give an alias when they engage in behaviors that merit arrest. They do not show remorse for their behaviors.
Borderline Personality Disorder
These patients exist in a perceptual crisis of mood or behavior. They often feel empty or bored. Disturbed Identity can lead them to attach themselves strongly to others then reject these people with equal rigor. On the other hand, they may frantically try to avert desertion. Pronounced impulsiveness can lead them to harm or mutilate themselves. or engage in sexually promiscuous relations. Intense rapid mood swings can lead to uncontrolled anger.
Histronic Personality Disorder
The patients not only crave the limelight, but are unhappy when they are not the focus of attention. They actively attempt to draw attention to themselves with their physical appearance and mannerisms. Their manner of speaking may be overly dramatic but they tend to be vague. They can tend to be gushing or effusive when expressing emotions. May be too open to suggestion and behave in an overly seductive manner.