|Posted by jamie on October 12, 2003 at 18:23:20:|
In Reply to: Re: PARANOID PERSONALITY DISORDER posted by JESS on March 30, 2003 at 22:39:25:
My mother has paranoid personality disorder. Growing up in a house with someone like this was horrible.
I grew up feeling low, worthless, and unworthy of trust and love. I would suggest if your husband will not see his own problem, and will not get help to take your children out of there.
Living with someone with this disorder is a special kind of abuse, one that I will never heal from.
> > > I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW OF ANYONE OUT THERE MARRIED TO SOMEONE DIAGNOSED WITH PARANOID PERSONALITY DISORDER. THIS IS MY SECOND MARRIAGE AND I HAVE TWO CHILDREN WHO ARE BEING AFFECTED BY THIS. HE DOES HAVE AN ALCOHOL PROBLEM AS WELL. ANYONE PLEASE! I AM SLOWLY BECOMING DESPARATE TRYING TO LOVE THIS MAN WHOM I DON'T KNOW ANYMORE. I CAN TELL YOU FRO MY OWN EXPERIENCE THAT YOU WILL HAVE A HARD TIME DEALING WITH THIS PERSON FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE IF YOU DONT GET HIM TO A THERAPIST. I CAN GIVE YOU SOME SIGNS OUT OF MY OWN EXPERIENCE THAT MIGHT TELLYOU THAT HE SUFFERS FROM PPD: NEVER LISTENS TO YOUR SIDEOF THE STORY, HE IS ALWAYS RIGHT N MATTER WHAT, HE THINKS HES GOT TOTAL CONTROL OVER FINANCES, CHILDREN, ETC., DOES NOT, I MEAN, DOES NOT AT ALL FORGIVE THE SLIGHTEST LITTLE MISTAKE YOU MAKE, NEVER, I MEAN NEVER TELL HIM A FIB YOU WILL NEVER BE FORGIVEN, CONSTANTLY CRITISIZES YOUR FAMILY,FREINDS, THINKS EVERYONE IS TALKING BAD ABOUT HIM, HAS COMPLEXES ABOUT HIMSELF AND HIS BODY PARTS,ALWAYS BRINGS UP YOUR PAST EVENTS, EVEN IF IT HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH HIM, AND WATCH OUT HE COULD BE CALLING YOUR OLD FRIENDS FROM YOUR PAST TO GET INFO ON YOU TO USE IT AGAINST YOU ONE DAY.