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I find this schizoid explanation patetic

Postby Kloppstock » Sat Aug 31, 2019 10:31 am

I qualify for all diagnostiic criteria
still i cant relate to this pretentious gibberish
Interpretations......from schizoid characters through
their smartass psychologist builders
https://iahip.org/inside-out/issue-56-w ... tal-period

No i dont feel any suffering for not having intimare relationship with anyone

No i dont have any feeling of being trapped in a vomb

No i dont have any identity of belonging problematic, im not depersonalized

No i dont fear rejection from anyone

No i cannot be suicidal if rejected

Since i have allready rejected us both from having conversations, you are allways 50% responsibly for our failure

No i dont desire to experience intimacy , since
i find tenderness feminine and shamefull

Can anyone agree with me above this $#%^? :)
No matter what you say im more schizoid than you
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Re: I find this schizoid explanation patetic

Postby smirks » Sat Aug 31, 2019 2:58 pm

This is ... not science. Yet. It may become science. It may be extremely helpful to some people. This is one theory of how/why schizoid personality disorder might come to pass. It seems to be largely based on the author's experience and perhaps the experiences of a colleague.

Personally, I find the whole idea that adults can recall their pre-natal experiences to be suspect for a number of reasons having to do with my knowledge of developmental biology/physiology.

I think there is something to the idea that many people with schizoid symptoms had abusive or traumatic or neglectful relationships in their lives. I see a lot of stories here that indicate that.

Personally, even though I feel like I have very strong schizoid traits, I don't feel traumatized. I just feel like I lack whatever it is that allows people to feel close to other people, or even want to. I think I'm just very, very happy to be alone, and possibly always have been. But that doesn't negate all of the experiences of the people on this website or the one you linked. It could be a lot of things. It could be that there is more than one way to get to the same set of symptoms.
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