Paranoia & Delusions

Delusional disorder, (previously called paranoid disorder,) is a type of serious mental illness called a “psychosis“ in which a person cannot tell what is real from what is imagined. The main feature of this disorder is the presence of delusions, which are unshakable beliefs in something untrue. People with delusional disorder experience non-bizarre delusions, which involveContinue reading “Paranoia & Delusions”

Understanding Schizophrenia

Symptoms By Mayo Clinic staff, There are several types of schizophrenia, so signs and symptoms vary. In general, schizophrenia symptoms include: Beliefs not based on reality (delusions), such as the belief that there’s a conspiracy against you Seeing or hearing things that don’t exist (hallucinations), especially voices Incoherent speech Neglect of personal hygiene Lack ofContinue reading “Understanding Schizophrenia”

Paranoia for Beginners

A person who is paranoid has fears, such as being watched, harmed or poisoned. He or she does not trust others and is suspicious that others are “out to get” him or her. It is normal to wonder if people are talking about you when you hear them whispering as you walk into a room.Continue reading “Paranoia for Beginners”

The Art of Kneeling

“Come, let’s worship him and bow down. Let’s kneel before the Lord who made us.”   Ps. 95:6, NCV We come directly to Him, with so many deep and ugly flaws.  We step toward Him, having lost every confidence, but yet there is an assurance that we have arrived at something far beyond ourselves. Mental illnessContinue reading “The Art of Kneeling”