"Grandiose Delusions" by Richard F. Yates

“Grandiose Delusions” by Richard F. Yates

"Grandiose Delusions" by Richard F. Yates

Psychiatrist: Do you have any family history of  grandiose delusions?  Patient: Yes, my husband says he is the head of the household!

Psychiatrist: Do you have any family history of grandiose delusions? Patient: Yes, my husband says he is the head of the household!

In the year 190 AD an emperor ascended to the throne of Rome. His was Commodus, the son of Marcus Aurelius. Commodus was soon obsessed with grandiose delusions of himself.

In the year 190 AD an emperor ascended to the throne of Rome. His was Commodus, the son of Marcus Aurelius. Commodus was soon obsessed with grandiose delusions of himself.

Grandiose Delusion Of Own Self-Importance Only Thing Keeping CEO Alive, Doctors Say | Full report at theonion.com

Grandiose Delusion Of Own Self-Importance Only Thing Keeping CEO Alive, Doctors Say

Grandiose Delusion Of Own Self-Importance Only Thing Keeping CEO Alive, Doctors Say | Full report at theonion.com

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