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3 Quick Tips to Help Prevent False Accusations and Paranoia

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Posted July 15, 2013

 

  1. Keep a journal to determine if there are times of day or situations that can cause your loved one to be paranoid.

  2. Talk with other family members about a safe place to store valuables.

  3. Look for ways to help your loved one maintain control as much of their life as they are capable of doing.

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