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Now that the disorder no longer exists (as it has been removed from the DSM), does that mean we're all cured?
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I'm new here was just diagnosed with schizoid personality disorder and antisocial personality traits which if you ask me seems a little redundant but anyway hello
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Hi I got recomended this site but never cared much till now becuase I use to have 1 hour brake time but now it's 2 hours and I can't change my schedule and I can't sit in the college cafe for 1 hour with everyone it to much I think and not good I guess sometime I would just go stand outside raining or not but for some reason some follow even tho I don't even talk to them other than hi and by and maybe I'll go along with what ever they want to say to me but I can't stay in the cafe for 1 hour with them all do you know how I could change my schedule or something?
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Thanks riverx for providing the link to that site. Not much is discussed about schiziod personality order and I like to learn what I can.
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Thanks for letting me be a part of your discussions, i am also SPD, and finding it harder than i thought it would be to open up and share
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Today was a good day, went for a drive, went for sushi, with minimal interruptions, and saw a movie, other movie watchers can be so annoying, just saying. I live alone in the country, and aside from my regular jobs, I don't have much contact with others. I am estranged.
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Thinking of all the things I wish my ex wife would have communicated without communicating (if that makes sense) to me, here are some things to consider. Space/time for me to come to grips that she was being supportive without her saying so in those terms. If there is an interest in an activity that You would like the 2 of you to take part in(anything) bring it up in normal conversation, with an underlying thought that you would be together, and wouldn't be splitting up to join with other persons. This would have made me more comfortable in social interactions when we were out. There is nothing like feeling alone in a crowd. I feel like that all the time it seems like, and I would like to be able to count on support that there is someone who is there with my best interests in mind. It's thoughtful on your part.
Another thing would be just spending time quietly, not forcing conversation or questioning why they are being quiet or are they alright all the time, this drives us further into ourselves.
For me, also, when my ex would initiate sex or sexual intimacy, it would make me withdraw. We like sex on our terms, we aren't selfish, don't take it like that, we just need to feel that there is not an ulterior motive, and the best way to do that is not to force the idea or ask a bunch of questions that make them have to open up about there private inner feelings. Think about how things went when you were dating.
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I'm new here was just diagnosed with schizoid personality disorder and antisocial personality traits which if you ask me seems a little redundant but anyway hello
How have things been going for you since your diagnosis? This Forum has helped me open up and see that I'm not alone.
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Thank you for this helpful information. I want to understand and support a family member whom I believe to have this personality type, and has struggled in college.
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