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Were you referencing your cited "Types of Delusional Disorder"? Actually, in reading those "definitions," it is clear that wherever you picked them up, they are incomplete and inaccurate. For example, you attempt to define being "jealous" as:
Jealous: A person with this type of delusional disorder believes that his or her spouse or sexual partner is unfaithful.
Obviously, people can be jealous without any spouse or sexual partner. Kids on a playground can be jealous of someone else for having a desired possession. Marbles, for example. A nice dress, for another example.
Your comments, and your thought processes, are obviously simplistic. But that goes along with being a "Proud Gun Owner." Too bad you have to buy a gun to be proud of yourself.