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Is there a rubric for "wants to be a rock star"?

Hey, homeopaths!

Can anyone help me out with a rubric?

I'm looking for a rubric that is equivalent to 'wants to be famous' or 'wants to be a rock star.'

I have a friend who desperately needs a remedy, but that seems to be the only strange, rare and peculiar symptom he has. I have looked at his case every which way but loose, and nothing has really worked...so I have decided to try to focus on this one strange and rare and peculiar symptom.

The motivation for this is that he wants to be surrounded by beautiful, young women. (I know, typical man.) But he talks about being a rock star all the time. (Which is funny, because he's terrified to perform on stage. Lol.)

Thanks!
[message edited by nature_girl on Sat, 12 Jan 2013 03:20:10 GMT]
[message edited by nature_girl on Sat, 12 Jan 2013 03:21:08 GMT]
 
  nature_girl on 2013-01-12
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Mind; ambition; ambitious; fame, for: alum aur-s blatta(2) con graph LACH(3) NUX-V(4) staph
 
kadwa 6 years ago
Thank you, Kadwa.

This helped immensely.

Could the brain fag of 'nux vomica' manifest as someone unable to concentrate on anything that needs to be done? Unable to pay bills...unable to clean house...unable to put his attention and mind to anything important?
 
nature_girl 6 years ago
Mind; delusions, imaginations; poor, he is: bamb-a bell bry calc-f hep herin mez nux-v PSOR(3) salx-f SEP(3) stram valer
 
kadwa 6 years ago
Thank you!
 
nature_girl 6 years ago

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