Tag: <span>suspicion</span>

Suspicion, Doubt, and Paranoia

The term “paranoia” is often used in everyday conversation, often in anger, and most often incorrectly. Simple suspicion is not paranoia–not if it is based on past experience or expectations learned from the experience of others. Having doubts and suspicion about how one’s case is being handled is not paranoia. Paranoia is a term used …

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The Process For many patients, the question can be stated: “If I cannot get a whole lot better…and I really do …
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Settlement & Open Medical

Settlement is itself an interesting topic for which there is not enough discussion. For example, even brutally honest and …
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Gain: “The concept of secondary gain is a frequently addressed observation as to the benefits a patient receives from …
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