Personality disorders are diagnosable conditions characterized by rigid, long-term ways of thinking, behaving and interacting with others.

Schizotypal is one specific type of personality disorder and symptoms can be severe and similar to schizophrenia. Specific symptoms of schizotypal personality disorder can include odd behavior and appearance, strange beliefs or “magical thinking,” and discomfort when in social situations.

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