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Everyone is capable of deceiving themselves. Self deception can come in many forms and delusions are not uncommon throughout the ordinary people in any community. Conflicts between partners, relatives or friends can become heated quickly, and this is ordinary. The people involved may have completely different accounts of what happened and why they were fighting and both may be right, if they believe that their account was the real truth even if a delusionary state. No matter the situation, we are programmed internally to take a situation, gather facts that help our case and manipulate it to benefit ourselves. We will completely dismiss or omit any facts that will harm our egos and either use other information to fill the gaps or take a different direction with in our recount of the situation. Unconsciously, we are capable of producing a lie that we believe completely, making our perceived reality the truth, and what others see as a false conviction. We are likely unable to realize that we perform with such lies imbedded in our fragile minds and twisted self image.Although they are irrational convictions, delusions are a real psychotic problem that often goes untreated. There is even the possibility of Shared Psychotic Disorder, where the delusional state is shared between close individuals and other associates of the original person. This allows for psychosis to be a communicable condition. Even though the process may be biochemically induced in the brain for psychosis, it is also true that psychosis can be a psychological phenomenon brought on through perceived realities that are seeded by other individuals. The psychology of the human mind is very powerful and very capable of self deception.Believing such lies to one self can cause serious delusional thinking. Take the previous example of the person that believes they did not commit murder. A friend or family member could easily deny that their beloved friend or family is capable of murder and will testify to the truth that they did not commit any murder, believing the false reality as the true reality. This denial is a way for the mind to overcome truths that are too difficult to cope with if it involves someone you love or care for deeply. This happens often if you think about it and people often allow for very serious conditions to just slide on by.People that are associated in some of these untruths can be separated from the delusion if they are removed from the mastermind of the delusions. Many times the original psychotic individual will continue to exhibit the self delusional symptoms while the underlings fall out of the delusion when removed from the presence of the proprietor of the lie. When someone wishes to be brutally true with their self, they are taking a great step forward because most people will only want to benefit themselves and feed their narcissistic self image. Setting yourself free from self deception takes a vast amount of collective courage and some people simply cannot do it by their own accord.
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