"Can paranoia lead to someone locking themselves away from people"

Our idea of "paranoia" from various films and television revolves around usual humorous characters who feel that people are reading their minds. But in reality, the particular idea of personality disorder is a convoluted issue, which is often called as a paranoid personality disorder (PPD). It's mainly related to people, who suffer some human potential threats that for no reason other people hurt or demean them. The diagnosis of PPD ignites more than just a mild distrust of others”, which is more like an "omnipresent sense of distrust and unjustified suspicion," as mentioned by Psychology Today. 

The very first appearance of PPD can be like reliably "grown-up" friends. They appear unemotional and cool. But layer-under-layer, friends, and partners will find a distorted person who is threatened and also are prepared to "defend" themselves. 

A person suffering from paranoia feels really suspicious and feels that other people feel about him/her. This leads to a behavioral change that, the paranoid person alters his or her actions in response to a world that is perceived as personally threatening. Any third person observer may be quite clear on the fact that no one's words or actions are actually threatening the paranoid person. Paranoia can be easily identified with intense distrust and a great amount of suspiciousness that is actually not caused by anybody or anything from around the environment.

However, paranoia is a very common humanly feeling. Almost every person has experienced it at some varying level. Paranoia is caused by a degree of distrust and occasional misinterpretation. 


Some of the common signs of Paranoia are:

Spotting Negativity in Each Type of Interaction
The chief diagnosis of paranoia does not come necessarily grinds the conspiracy theories. It's more like an inherent suspicion about the motives of others, even if it's completely unfounded; and that can express itself in a lot of ways, including taking innocent remarks as threats, interpreting impersonal social interactions as slights, and generally distorting all other people as likely to hurt them.


Jealous Individuals
Interpersonal relations with people with the signs of PPD are, difficult, as that person can't look at others without believing that their intentions are worst. It is extremely difficult to partner those people. They have natural tendency to check upon their partners. Even if someone suggests that they're faithful, the chances of betrayal are very likely real. 


Community and Country Hatred
The disorder of the PPD victim is constantly channeled by "evidence" that other humans are intensely threatening. The view of the world is bolstered by some incident, in which their security is always in danger. People with PPD don't understand the concept of forgiving and will persistently bring up this "evidence" as part of their "accurate" worldview. 

The destructive fact about PPD is that one of its central beliefs that the sufferer's paranoia is correct and that other people are not to be trusted. This makes their help-seeking highly difficult to achieve. The paradigm of PPD sufferer depends on their self-awareness of the problem. Also, it may be very difficult to keep them in life if they constantly regard the other person with distrust. Eventually, this can lead them to lock themselves away from people.