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How do you know if someone is having delusions?

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Dr. Steven Griggs
Clinical Psychology
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In brief: Delusions are some-

times very difficult to ferret out, especially if you do not know the person, his language, culture, environment, history or other important information.
The definition of a delusion is when a person clings to a fixed belief despite being presented with facts to the contrary. First approach is to try to get some facts and then see how the patient responds. See a mental health professional...

In brief: Delusions are some-

times very difficult to ferret out, especially if you do not know the person, his language, culture, environment, history or other important information.
The definition of a delusion is when a person clings to a fixed belief despite being presented with facts to the contrary. First approach is to try to get some facts and then see how the patient responds. See a mental health professional...
Dr. Steven Griggs
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