Insightdelusionality

Insight in BDD is usually poor or absent. One study (n = 100) found that more than half the patients were delusional for a significant period of time, i.e. they were completely convinced that their view of the defect was accurate and they could not be convinced otherwise. (1J> Few patients before treatment have good insight. A majority have ideas or delusions of reference, believing that others take special notice of the supposed defect—for example, talk about it, stare at it, or mock it. Referential thinking can be a prominent aspect of the clinical picture and can significantly contribute to social isolation.

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Break Free From Passive Aggression

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