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A delusion is a strongly held but inaccurate belief that persists despite evidence that it has no basis in reality. In psychiatry, delusions are defined as beliefs that are pathological (the result of a disease or illness process) and occur despite evidence to the contrary. As an illness, delusions differ from beliefs based on incomplete or incorrect information, dogma, ignorance, poor memory, illusion, or other effects of perception. Delusions corner a person into taking actions that confuse the situation. A person acts based on a false perception that makes us imagine a negative response from others, therefore it is possible that the person may actually get the reaction we imagine, thus reinforcing the fear.

The word delusion comes from the English word delusion, which is derived from the Latin word delusio. The word has been in use since around the 1400s in Western civilization in Europe. The word delusio itself comes from the verb deludere which means "to deceive, to play false, to swindle". The Indonesian synonym for the word, waham, comes from the Arabic wahmun which means "belief that is contrary to reason." The word wahmun has been mentioned in Arabic literature since the 9th century AD in the writings of a number of philosophers (Muslim and non-Muslim) in the Civilizations of Cordoba and Baghdad, especially in relation to discussions on psychological philosophy rooted in Ancient Greek culture.

Delusional disorder, formerly called paranoid disorder, is a type of serious mental illness called a psychotic disorder. People who suffer from it are characterized by being unable to distinguish what is real from what is imagined. They have an unshakable belief in something that is not true or and not based on reality. But that doesn't mean they are completely unrealistic. Delusional disorder involves delusions that are bizzar, relating to situations that are believed to have happened in real life, such as feeling followed, poisoned, cheated, that someone is conspiring against them, or being loved from a distance by someone they don't even know.

These delusions usually involve false perceptions or experiences. But in reality, the situation is either not true at all or greatly exaggerated. Bizarre delusions, on the other hand, are something that would never happen in real life, such as being abducted or cloned by aliens or having your mind broadcast on TV. People with delusional disorder can often continue to socialize and function normally, regardless of the subject of their delusions, and generally do not behave in ways that are clearly bizarre. This is unlike people with other psychotic disorders, who may also experience delusions as a symptom of their disorder. But in some cases, people with delusional disorder may become so engrossed in their delusions that their lives are disrupted.

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