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15th October, 2009 at 20:01:11 -

He definitely needs some kind of medical or therapy help. Make it so!

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15th October, 2009 at 20:31:12 -

Originally Posted by Dr. James
He definitely needs some kind of medical or therapy help. Make it so!

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17th October, 2009 at 08:43:48 -

Man, what a loon. The government isn't watching you. They've got better things to do with their time like... Govern stuff. Same goes with mind control. OooOOoOoooh, power of free will basically craps all over that. He's crazy. But crazy is just the stuff humour is made out of, so read some of this comedy gold. Crazy people are so funny.





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17th October, 2009 at 15:58:01 -

I've heard about the printer tracking in the first link.

I've always thought that was to stop people from creating counterfeit money.


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18th October, 2009 at 14:14:29 -

He sounds exactly like my dad.o_O

He even talks to his cats as well...

Good thing i moved out when i did.

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16th November, 2009 at 14:30:38 -

Unfortunatly, most of the time, it's guilty until proven innocent. Honestly, it is.

On the same page though: That sort of thinking is usually linked to a psychological inbalance caused by some sort of inproper significance to certain feelings that were inplanted at an early age. He probably has a huge problem conveying any rationalities towards such things as love, trust, etc... There is two things you can do, and either one will be just as in-effective:

Ignore it, stop talking to him about it as that is just fuel for the fire.
Get him help.

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16th November, 2009 at 15:00:06 -

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16th November, 2009 at 15:22:02 -

Make him a Tin Foil hat just for the fun of it

In all seriousness move out or get him sectioned before he does something very bad.


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17th November, 2009 at 17:56:15 -

It could be a number of conditions the guy has, from simple paranoia to the more paranoid schizophrenia. I've worked with such people and the best way to deal with this is to simply let him believe what he wants to believe. You're not a psychologist, just a friend, and telling him he's crazy could well make him do and say more reckless things. Maybe ask him to show you the information that he uncovered.

It also depends on how much you want to get involved, because it can be far too easy to get drawn into a situation like this. Despite the fact that his beliefs are out of sync with reality, they are still his beliefs. If you don't want to get too involved I would do either one of two things - go along with what he tells you but perhaps try and gradually pick apart his reasoning - don't do it all at once otherwise his world will crash around him and he won't know what's real and what's not. Maybe focus on one small part of his delusion. The other thing you could do is to either move out or contact a psycologist with your concerns, but they may well say that he needs to turn up of his own free will.


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