Grandiose delusions , Delusions of Grandeur, Expansive Delusions or Megalomania
Diagnostic criteria for delusional disorders, grandiose-type symptoms include grossly exaggerated beliefs of:
It looks like the royalties are in line to make me one of the wealthiest men on the Planet - all because medicine ignored Linus Pauling for 25 years! He he he…
Jumping ahead, what will the Foundation do with all this new-found wealth?
What do they refer to?
Yes my dear Watson, Sally's and my book. (Which will be translated into every language known to man.)
60 million American's start asking their cardiologists and GP's about the "simple, effective,low-cost treatment for their cardiovascular disease"
5. Exceptional relationship to a divinity or famous person
The President of the United States would never have known..
A delusion of grandeur is the fixed, false belief that one possesses superior qualities such as genius, fame, omnipotence, or wealth. It is most often a symptom of schizophrenia, but can also be a symptom found in psychotic or bipolar disorders, as well as dementia (such as Alzheimer’s).
People with a delusion of grandeur often have the conviction of having some great but unrecognized talent or insight. They may also believe they have made some important discovery that others don’t understand or appreciate.
Less commonly, the individual may have the delusion of having a special relationship with a prominent person (such as being an adviser to the President). Or the person may believe that actually are a very prominent and important person, in which case the actual person may be regarded as an imposter.
Grandiose delusions may have religious content, such as the person believes he or she has received a special message from God or another deity.
Nice article Owen???
Don’t hate me; I’m just a diagnostic type person who beliefs in Cause and Effect!
To steal ideas from one person is plagiarism. To steal from many is