Schizoids are people who do not conform to normal social norms.
They are also known for having a quirky personality and are often misunderstood and shunned by their peers.
These people are often ostracised by their families and communities.
Schizotypal personality disorder is a disorder where the person does not conform with social norms but does not fit into any one group.
They may have the characteristics of the autistic spectrum and have an over-reliance on their emotions and their social skills.
The Schizotype is a term used to describe a person who is highly socially sensitive, which means they can often get stuck in a rut and become overwhelmed and depressed.
It can be associated with extreme anxiety and paranoia.
Schizotypy can be caused by various conditions such as Asperger’s Syndrome, ADHD, and anxiety.
Symptoms of schizotypies can range from mild to severe, including hyperactivity, impulsive and risky behavior, and poor impulse control.
People with schizotypes are usually unable to cope with their social situation or relationships.
People who are diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder are often described as being a victim of social exclusion.
They experience a loss of social skills and often feel ostracized by their social circle and other people in their life.
People with schisotypy may also have a severe lack of empathy, often showing extreme anger or depression.
These can lead to extreme self-harm, including self-mutilation and suicide.
People diagnosed with Schizoaffibilism (also known as schizotype anxiety disorder) are often diagnosed with a loss in empathy and lack of understanding of others emotions.
They can be highly aggressive, hostile, and antisocial.
People suffering from schizidomania may also be extremely irritable and unable to control their emotions.
The symptoms of schisotype anxiety disorders can range between mild to extreme, including anger, rage, and paranoia, and may involve a loss or inability to process emotional distress.
Schizoaffection disorder is also known as psychopathy or sociopathy.
It is an emotional disorder where a person has a tendency to commit antisocial or violent acts, often with the sole purpose of obtaining money or sex.
Symptoms include antisocial behaviour, such as lying, stealing, and committing crimes.
People may also exhibit repetitive, sadistic or aggressive behaviours.
Schizo-affection disorders are also common in those with borderline personality disorder.
People who are socially isolated or isolated by the world may also suffer from schizo-suffective disorder.
These individuals often exhibit extreme aggression and may exhibit extreme antisocial behaviours.
People experiencing schizoattachment disorder are also sometimes referred to as borderline personality people.
They also often have a lack of attachment to others and can exhibit extreme impulsivity.
People suffering from social isolation may also experience schizoagnostic disorder.
People living with social exclusion and social rejection may exhibit repetitive behaviour such as repetitive shopping, shopping trips, or binge drinking.
People also exhibit a lack in empathy, including being unkind, cruel, rude, and impulsive.
People struggling with social anxiety and depression may also display severe anxiety, paranoia, hopelessness, and depression.
Schizophrenia is an illness in which the brain is damaged or altered.
This can lead a person to experience hallucinations, delusions, and delusions of persecution.
People are often confused about their thoughts, feelings, and behaviour.
People diagnosed with schizophrenia often struggle to cope and may be reluctant to talk about their mental health problems.
The diagnosis of schizophrenia is not always clear-cut, and it is difficult to know exactly what causes schizophrenia.
People can be diagnosed with the disorder based on symptoms or underlying causes.
People living with schizophrenia may experience extreme anxiety, anger, depression, and a lack for empathy.
They tend to have high levels of impulsivity, poor impulse-control, and often have trouble coping with others and their emotions or social situations.
Schizophrenia can be severe or mild.
People are also often struggling to cope emotionally and socially.
These are the people who are struggling with anxiety, depression and suicidal thoughts.
They often suffer from obsessive compulsive disorder, social phobia, social anxiety disorder, and posttraumatic stress disorder.
Schisotypal personalities often suffer social exclusion, isolation, and social anxiety.
People can also suffer severe emotional and social distress as a result of their mental illnesses.
People also often suffer severe physical harm from mental illness.
People have been hospitalized for mental health issues, including suicide attempts, suicide attempts by others, self-injury, and self-harmed suicide.
Mental health conditions can include anxiety, mood disorders, depression disorders, bipolar disorders, and psychotic disorders.
Schisotypies may also cause chronic pain.
People experience chronic pain from multiple physical illnesses.
Chronic pain from mental illnesses can also lead to chronic pain in the arms and legs.
People suffer from arthritis and chronic pain related to multiple