94 Best Paranoium Quotes And Sayings

We all have things that we worry about. However, some of us are more prone to these worries than others. If you struggle with paranoia, you can learn some great tips for mental health and self-awareness to help you cope with these thoughts and fears. These useful tips will help you to stay calm and focused on the present, rather than the future or past.

Let me never fall into the vulgar mistake of dreaming...
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Let me never fall into the vulgar mistake of dreaming that I am persecuted whenever I am contradicted. Ralph Waldo Emerson
This is a mournful discovery.1) Those who agree with you...
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This is a mournful discovery.1) Those who agree with you are insane2) Those who do not agree with you are in power. Philip K. Dick
My parents are going to kill me!
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My parents are going to kill me! "" That seems rather harsh... Garth Nix
Behind the hieroglyphic streets there would either be a transcendent...
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Behind the hieroglyphic streets there would either be a transcendent meaning, or only the earth. Thomas Pynchon
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Never let your fear of the unknown and things being too difficult make your choices for you in life. One of the saddest lessons in life is finding out that your fear made the situation worse than what it was and a braver person stole the dream you gave up on. Shannon L. Alder
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I tend to interpret that whole 'everyone's wife is a Mossad agent' thing in a more sort of metaphorical way--that people you're intimate with might be, like, 'double agents, ' y'know? It's a weird kind of paranoia you get about people you love--that they might turn out to be completely different from who you think they are, that it's all been some sort of diabolically patient plot against you. I think that's a pretty normal fear you have in any serious relationship. And that's why it's such a popular part of the epic, because so many people can relate to that fear. But personally, I don't really worry about it too much. . Mark Leyner
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I guess I should say a little bit about my method - I really am a fence sitter. I *loathe* Science and am always keen to attack it in most situations, though not here, because I love Reason and I'm perfectly aware of the difference. I also know what a concept means like Rules of Evidence. I'm not sure that's a concept as widely circulated in these circles as it needs to be - in other words, how *do* you tell shit from shinola? That's very critical. I think reason can only take us a certain distance, and then we have to go with the divine imagination, but with all safety systems fully in operation, or the divine imagination will lead us into complete paranoia. Terence McKenna
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True saddness is when someone still thinks your the same person after all these years. They brand you because of their own ego, fear and lack of spirituality. What's sadder is when they are Christian. Shannon L. Alder
When someone is stalking you because they think you are...
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When someone is stalking you because they think you are stalking them, it makes you wonder who really is the true stalker? Shannon L. Alder
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The pain of the narcissist is that, to him, everything is really a threat. What doesn't surrender in reverence is blasphemous to a high opinion of oneself - the burden of self-importance. The narcissist reconstructs his own law of gravity which states that all things and all creatures must adhere to his personal satisfaction, but when they do not, the pain is far more intense than it is for one who is free from the clamors of 'I'. Criss Jami
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I told myself: 'I am surrounded by unknown things.' I imagined man without ears, suspecting the existence of sound as we suspect so many hidden mysteries, man noting acoustic phenomena whose nature and provenance he cannot determine. And I grew afraid of everything around me — afraid of the air, afraid of the night. From the moment we can know almost nothing, and from the moment that everything is limitless, what remains? Does emptiness actually not exist? What does exist in this apparent emptiness? . Guy De Maupassant
Paranoia is transmissible from mind to mind, but it does...
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Paranoia is transmissible from mind to mind, but it does not go by the route of reason. It can therefore change its rationalization while remaining essentially the same. William Nicholls
Fear of vikings build castles.
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Fear of vikings build castles. Charles Manson
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[T]he relentless note of incipient hysteria, the invitation to panic, the ungrounded scenarios--the overwhelming and underlying desire for something truly terrible to happen so that you could have something really hot to talk about--was still startling. We call disasters unimaginable, but all we do is imagine such things. That, you could conclude mordantly, is the real soundtrack of our time: the amplification of the self-evident toward the creation of paralyzing, preëmptive paranoia. Adam Gopnik
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Germans grew reluctant to stay in communal ski lodges, fearing they might talk in their sleep. They postponed surgeries because of the lip-loosening effects of anesthetic. Dreams reflected the ambient anxiety. One German dreamed that an SA man came to his home and opened the door to his oven, which then repeated every negative remark the household had made against the government. Erik Larson
You have already lost if you are always fearful of...
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You have already lost if you are always fearful of losing everything. Kamand Kojouri
Sadly, it seems that I have the proclivity to create...
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Sadly, it seems that I have the proclivity to create plenty of devils, but most of the time I don’t even go looking for angels. Craig D. Lounsbrough
The anticipation of loss is much more frightening than the...
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The anticipation of loss is much more frightening than the actual loss as anticipation leaves room for the imagination to create that which, in all likelihood, will never transpire. Craig D. Lounsbrough
Was it still paranoia if all his fears were justified?
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Was it still paranoia if all his fears were justified? Margaret Peterson Haddix
I have never seen battles quite as terrifyingly beautiful as...
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I have never seen battles quite as terrifyingly beautiful as the ones I fight when my mind splinters and races, to swallow me into my own madness, again. Nicole Lyons