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Truman Show delusion

Truman Show delusion
 n.— «The Truman Show delusion, or Truman Syndrome, has drawn attention in recent months, in the United States and Britain, as psychiatrists in both countries describe a small but growing number of psychotic patients who describe their lives as mirroring that of the main character in the 1998 film “The Truman Show.”» —“Look Closely, Doctor: See the Camera?” by Sarah Kershaw New York Times Aug. 27, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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  • The revolution of reality TV stems from the lonliness now generally enveloping the modern world which justifies our high:interest in the mundane activites of others.(How else can we deal with the Big brother success)
    Then again this first symptom of a Schizo set on.

  • My friend is also speaking such kind of things ..
    please suggest me wat steps should i take to help him..

    please sir/ madam…
    i love him.

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