Schizoid personality

What is Schizoid personality?

Schizoid Personality Disorder is characterized by a long-standing pattern of detachment from social relationships. A person with schizoid personality disorder often has difficulty expression emotions and does so typically in very restricted range, especially when communicating with others.

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hi ,my brother is very shy and rarely talks to us please help

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Hi didi,
Some people have this kind of personality which is called as schizoid personality, only thing is that we should not pressurise them and...

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could a person have skizoid personality disorder &afective disoder be...

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Thanks for your query.

Important aspects of your query are:
•     65 year old male
•     Positive family history of manic depressive illness
•     Known...

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Sir , This is XXXXXXX... I read about the symptoms of Depression in the internet and i think i am depressed and i always feel that i have some kind...

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Welcome to Healthcare Magic and thanks for your query.

From the description of your symptoms, I can make out that you are likely to...

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Doc, a friend of mine is showing extreme mood swings and appears to avoid contact with me yet launches on tirades in which she blames everything on...

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I have a problem. I think that I am perfectly normal and not currently on any medications. But somehow and somewhere. Back in my mind I feel that I...

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Sir , This is XXXXXXX... I read about the symptoms of Depression in the internet and i think i am depressed and i always feel that i have some kind...

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hi ,my brother is very shy and rarely talks to us please help

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