In the present age, the problem that is becoming evident along with the physical illness is the mental illness. The most intriguing and at the same time frightening aspect of mental illness is its diversity. There are some weird mental illnesses that we can't even imagine.
In the words of psychiatrists, one of the strangest mental illnesses is finding one's own faults. Let's take a look at some of the weirdest mental illnesses out there:
1. Quasimodo syndrome
Another name for this disease is body dysmorphic disorder. A person with this disease thoroughly finds out what is wrong with himself. Is that so? If there is no flaw in his body, then he will imagine a flaw in his mind. As any patient with normal teeth would think, my teeth seem to be elevated. In other words, the person affected by this disease thinks he is abnormal even though he is normal. This thought took on such a manifest shape inside him that at one point he stopped going out completely. Feels incompetent and withdraws from all sorts of relationships at some point.
The person suffering from this disease thinks that someone who is acquainted with him is eating habudubu in his love, which is higher than his social status. Imagine for a second you were transposed into the karmic driven world of Earl. When the man meets her, even if he speaks politely, he thinks it is a sign of love. Even if she makes him fall in love with her, and the man says no, she still thinks yes is hidden in this no.
3. Capgrass delusion
People with this disease blame others for their own crimes. He thinks that his very close friend is committing these crimes with him. In this case, he blames his own twins. Sometimes it happens that when there is no one to blame, the fictional character stands up and thinks that the character is committing a crime with him.
4. Fregoli delusion
Another name for this disease is Delusion of Doubles. In other words, this patient thinks that the people around him are following him in disguise. The patient thinks more, people want to achieve different purposes with him. And for this, people walk around him in different guises.
People with this disease tend to imagine themselves as popular people. He thinks there is no one in the world as famous as him. Interestingly, in order to make himself famous, he claims credit for all the work he has never done. As he thinks, he has written such and such a popular book, or he is the hero of such and such a picture and so on. However, these thoughts remain in his mind. Less expressed outside.