I’m not certain of your exact question but it seems that you are asking about having schizotypal personality disorder (SPD). Unfortunately, it’s not a question that can be answered over the internet. Mental health diagnoses require extensive data collection about an individual’s personal and biopsychosocial history. Without that information, it is impossible to know what disorder, if any, you may have.
One issue to consider is whether your symptom assessment is objective. For instance, you described yourself as being “unkempt and having vague and unusual patterns of speaking” but you did not provide any examples. How are you making those judgments? How do you define unkempt? What do you mean by vague and unusual speaking patterns? Who are you judging yourself against? Your assessments might be accurate, but it’s impossible to know without specific examples and comparisons. That’s why it would be advantageous to have an objective source who could determine the accuracy of your assessments.
I am impressed by your thorough detailing and assessment of your mental status. Your writing is clear and logical. Your next step should be consulting a mental health professional, in person. They would be in the best position to determine whether a mental health diagnosis is warranted. They would also be able to provide treatment, should it be necessary. Thank you for your question. Please take care.
Dr. Kristina Randle