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Re: Depressive Grandiosity and Narcissism beardedlady

Posted by omega man on June 15, 2002, at 23:16:40

In reply to Re: Depressive Grandiosity and Narcissism Mark H., posted by beardedlady on June 15, 2002, at 9:05:33

>Maybe you can tell me what causes you to feel this way. Is it the depression itself? Low self-esteem? The likelihood that a whole restaurant is clearing out because a person enters seems ridiculous, don't you think? Doesn't logic ever come into play in this situation? Or is a person thinking this way too depressed to use logic?

I recovered from ten years of Shizo-affective..the paranioa was all very positive..Anyway to answer that question..many facets of what we are belong to evolutionary ideas..

While hunting for food one has already hit a reduced state of awareness (hunger )..it's ideal for a paranioa bit of the brain to kick in and tell you theres more happening concerning you than really..the survival advantage of thinking every branch lying round could be a snake is enormous.

Similiar to the "god spot" in the brain which is kind of opposite, perhaps paranioa and the god spot are two way signal systems of the same bit as they do seem so opposite in action as to be the same ..Many people with paranoid problems find it gets reversed by religious or musical activities.

I'd risk a theory right now that the paranioa spot exists on the left side of the brain and mirrors the god spot on the right side..

either is advantagous in times of hunger with the opposites of sharing and killing.

Anyway even if you do possess logical regions, their use is limited when awareness is reduced by the need to get what chemicals or higher living process achievements needed for the transmission state you remember you want to get back.



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