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Obsessive thoughts

I am hoping for some advice on Obsessive thoughts. My friend has constant thoughts about his wifes fidelity....and makes long lists of her actions and whereabouts. He therorizes about events with her that are over 5 years old! He collects 'evidence' (phone bills, calanders) of her misdeeds. He wants her to take a lie detection test to prove he is right. He talks obsessivly to his friends about this topic.
He believes himself to be very spiritual and self aware...he listens to radio shows and reads about 'radical honesty'...on and on and on.
He stays up late every night (Until 2AM) Sleeps during the day and refuses to work because he claims to feel too insecure about his wife's honesty!
We need to help him!
Stramonium? What potency?
Any help PLEASE!??!??
Thank you!!!!!!!!
  angeladdana on 2006-06-04
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not stramonium....

you the wife?

how do you come to know such info?
John Stanton last decade
Hi John Stanton! You've helped me before! Thanks for the funny response. No, not the wife, but the friend that hears EVERY DETAIL!
I'd love any help for the both of them....the wife is at her wits end with the husband, and the husband can't seem to help himself.

Do you need more info/specifics? Or do you have the perfect idea already?
angeladdana last decade
i dont have a perfect idea for this...at least at this point....

is husband's acqusations valid in any way or form?
John Stanton last decade
The husbands acqusations were valid years ago, but the wife has commited herself to the family since then. The issue is more about the obsessive nature of the husband. (He has been diagnosied with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder but refuses any medication) He talks insessantly about his wife to all of us, he has worked out timetables using old phone bills and such, to piece together lies he believes his wife has told him. (Keep in mind these timetables are over 5 years old! Some of them 8 years old!) He refuses to work, drinks 4-6 beer every evening, awake until after 2am, smokes cigarettes non-stop, and naps most of the day, calls all of us with 'new ideas' about his wife! We all care about him, he is a nice guy, but is going crazy before our eyes! Maybe he needs a divorce, but he first needs some major help! I know all the details because I speak with both of them and we are neighhbors. He sits in my backyard many of these late evenings......
I anxiously await your thoughts! You have been so kind!
angeladdana last decade
has husband always been this way?when exactly did this start?please explain the patho-evolution

have you known both all these years?
John Stanton last decade
I've known both of them for almost 11 years. The husband has always been a bit talkative and excitable....he uses his hands and arms a lot while talking and has strong opinions about many things....diet, politics, religion. He has not been highly motivated to work (he is self employed and only works when he gets calls) he has always blamed others for what is wrong in his life.....but this kooky behaviour I didn't see until about 4 years ago, and it has gotten worse. He has been arrested for domestic drama two times this year. His wife said he used to rip his shirts off his body when he was frustrated in the past....
She seems fairly normal though she had an affair with another man right before things got crazy for them.
angeladdana last decade
The guy has a strong 'fear of failure' concept working for him in all areas...his career as well as his marriage.

He is worried...his marraige will break down...already his career in a mess.

Chances are he has weak eye sight.

He needs.. Argentum Nitricum.

Pankaj Varma
PANKAJ VARMA last decade
He is 47 years old and has just begun using reading glasses. His distance vision is good.
One other thing I notice is that he always says 'I'm such a nice/good/honest man and so and so agrees with me...' things like that. Or he tells me, in great detail, about how others compliment him....I've often thought that was strange...? If he is not telling me stories, he is on the phone with other friends ....he always sounds like he is 'building a case' to prove he is good/right/the better person.....
Just thought that might be useful.
Argentum Nitricum? What potency and repeat? Thanks Pankaj Varma for your response!
Thoughts John Stanton?
angeladdana last decade
Also: Argentum Nitricum is always in hurry.
kuldeep last decade
Is that always in a hurry because they manage time poorly and are running late? Or always running about?
angeladdana last decade
Always restless and in hurry.
'Everybody must hurry'
kuldeep last decade
no his latest issue --has to do with betrayal----this need be settled---may be main theme throug life---but is brought to head --mixing with care for wife--mabe love---but trust issue--applied to sexuality -fidality-----answer is in disappointed love theme...then address before kookiness stage..

when excatly did he find out about wife's adventures?she tell him?how did he find out?
John Stanton last decade
Some people are too emotional and sentimental.
Ego is like a balloon, bigger the ego bigger is the bang when pinned.
Then one feels hurt forever.

In this case Antimony Crudum 30 is the medicine.
kuldeep last decade
Sorry for typo. If that is the case then look at Antimony Crudum 30
kuldeep last decade
kuldeep --thatis better--it seem unlike you to say the original way--had me puzzling --maybe a new side of kuleep
John Stanton last decade
Dear John, Actually I got bored with the name kuldeep. Will change it soon.
kuldeep last decade
mabe time use your real one--
John Stanton last decade
But you already know my real name.
kuldeep last decade
I think there maybe something there with the idea about always a dissapointed love theme.....he talks of his mother leaving his father and this is his third marriage....and he is always dissapointed ....no woman ever is honest/gives him what he needs, etc.

His wife told him.
angeladdana last decade
when exactly di he find out?

how long has he smoked?
how long has he drank?
John Stanton last decade
kuldeep--i know your real name--but i am talking about using your real name...
John Stanton last decade
He found out 4 years ago this summer.

He has smoked since age 14 and drank since age 20. He is 47.
angeladdana last decade
ok--next step -i need converse with him--straight on --not through 3rd party...this is going take some talking...and an understanding --he need to will the change---as well as being treated....he needs to know that ----talk to him--lay it straight--have him email me...--
John Stanton last decade
He won't do it. He doesn't think he has a problem. He thinks his wife is the problem.
angeladdana last decade
will he take the med or refuse to do so ??
PANKAJ VARMA last decade

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