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A word that describes a paranoid non social person

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It's not a word, it's a disorder, specifically, Antisocial Personality Disorder, or ASPD, which can also become/or be in conjunction with Paranoid Personality Disorder. People with this disorder rarely bring themselves in for treatment, in almost all cases they are brought in for treatment by those who recognize the symptoms, or at least that the behavior is unusual and needs to be addressed. Here is a website you might find interesting.

Are you looking at me Understanding and managing paranoid personality...

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