What Are Delusions of Grandeur?

What Are Delusions of Grandeur?

Delusions of grandeur, also called grandiose delusions, often accompany other mental health symptoms , including other delusions. The may be related to mental or physical health conditions, including schizophrenia , bipolar disorder , or some types of dementia . People experiencing delusions of grandeur see themselves as great, highly accomplished, more important than others, or even magical. The delusion may be persistent, or it may appear only periodically. Some people with delusions of grandeur also experience other delusions, such as a fear of persecution or unusual religious beliefs. However, a delusion of grandeur is more than just very high self-esteem...

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