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Can anyone explain the difference between the rubrics:'Anxiety of conscience' and 'Delusion has done wrong'.


  ellenbee on 2007-06-25
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anxiety of conscience refers to the future deeds.. ' whether it would be right on my part to do it or not' and the anxiety thereof.
excessive thinking before taking an action, which, infact maynot be morally wrong at all.

delusion, has done wrong refers to some action already eing taken believed to be morally wrong and thus the repentance. this action, infact may not be morally wrong at all.
rishimba last decade
Thanks Rishimba!

So if something happens through no fault of the person, but this person blames himself/thinks he might have done something bad to make this happen that is indeed the latter rubric.

Does it matter what it is that happens over which he has this delusion or not?

In this case it's that if someone is out of touch with this person for some time or if they withdraw from the relationship (even temporarily), he thinks he has done something to upset the other person (which is not true).

So there is also an element of fear of abandonment in it... Can't find that rubric by the way.... Is there a rubric that covers fear of abandonment?


ellenbee last decade

i believe the exact rubric, the one you are looking for, is not there..cos i have not been able to find it.

in such cases the next closest is to be taken if its applicable to the situation.

in this case, can we take the rubric - fear of being lonely..

your thoughts..?
rishimba last decade
Hi Rishimba,

Fear of being lonely is close I think...but I don't have that rubric in my repertory either...

The rubric in my repertory is: 'fear of being alone' and thát's not it...

I'll think some more about the root of this abandonment thing, maybe come up with better symptom/rubric.


ellenbee last decade
Rubric: 'delusion has offended people' is very interesting too in this context...
ellenbee last decade

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