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I had a paternal uncle with severe schizophrenia and a first cousin on the same side of the family with either schizophrenia or bipolar disorder (it was probably schizoaffective disorder). I have another sister with bipolar disorder, though I don't know frequently she has episodes.Genetic and neurological studies have demonstrated a link between schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.Many people who get a diagnosis of schizoid PD feel like, "Yeah, I knew all along". Perusing the web one day, I stumbled across a page about PDs.I read the description for schizoid PD and passed over it. And then half a year of therapy passed and certain patterns were starting to emerge.
When you say putting to words emotions, does that mean you always know how you feel but can't reduce it to words for others or is there confusion even internally? None of have told me that I am on the autisim spectrum, though they have prescribed me with the same drugs given to autistic people because of my obsessive thoughts and movement problems.
neither desires nor enjoys close relationships, including being part of a family 2. has little, if any, interest in having sexual experiences with another person 4. lacks close friends or confidants other than first-degree relatives 6.
appears indifferent to the praise or criticism of others 7.
So really, interpersonal stress is the only thing that causes me to freak out. ) I have obsessive-compulsive symptoms with tag-along bizarre body movements, so sometimes that makes me stick out like a sore thumb. I just recently felt comfortable enough to tell my mother about my diagnosis.
Well-intentioned people will say, all tender-like, "Are you doing okay? I have to launch into this long explanation about how I'm fine, that it's a neurological thing that I've dealt with a while and usually hide successfully, and that I feel no pain. She said something like, "Well, we all make choices..." and I had to correct her and say my personality wasn't a choice.