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Paranoia describes Daniel Freeman’s journey understanding and treating paranoia. It appears at a time when finding the balance between appropriate and excessive mistrust has arguably never been more difficult. Mistrust –whether individual paranoia or collective belief in conspiracy theories -- has become ubiquitous. The stakes are high: when mistrust gets out of hand the consequences -- both for individuals’ mental and physical wellbeing and for society in general -- can be catastrophic. Yet, though we are increasingly willing to discuss our depression or anxiety problems, paranoia is rarely discussed and, as such, generally little understood. Paranoia describes the advances in understanding and treatment and how they were made. 

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