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Old 06-07-2008, 02:44 PM   #5
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Re: want to help a friend

Paranoia, delusions and such are not symptoms with which to play around. Your friend needs to seek help immediately. Offer to take her to her doctor's and you can actually make the appointment if she won't. I can't say exactly what's wrong with her, but with everything you say, it makes me more concerned for her. You must be a very loyal friend for her to trust you, especially since she is now feeling paranoid. Just remember, if she starts showing signs of paranoia towards you, realize it's a disorder talking--not your friend. Once you get her to the help she needs, she will see what she really has in you. God bless you for not turning your back on her.