The Daily Deliria Deliver
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Delirium Advance Book Project By: Caroline Stephen
Dear The Column Adviser,
I don’t know if I'm imagining things or what is happening is real! But I think my niece is in LOVE! She starting to have trouble focusing on reality, and seems to get really nervous when I try talking to her. These are the symptoms of phase one of Amor Deliria Nervosa, but there have to be another answer. She might be nervous about picking her perfect match in a few days, but that is nothing to be nervous about. If she is in love how can she pick her perfect match while being attracted some random stranger. Please help me, I must find out if she is in love or not before anyone else does. Her whole family is depending on her to pick her right match.
From, The Concerned Aunt 487
Dear The Concerned Aunt 487,
First, you need to calm down and try not to freak out. If your niece is in love and realizes you are on to her, then she might try to run away. Like you said, she may just be nervous about picking her perfect match, but always remember to keep your options open. Because at the same time she could be easily in love with someone. Try to compare her action before and after her evaluation. Is she still eating the same? Has she become more distant from you? Has she been leaving the house a lot lately? These are just a few things to compare. If you find solid proof that she is in love you must call the toll free number below. You don’t want her ending up on the wrong path and disappointing her family. Hope this advice helps.
From, The Column Adviser
***If you fear that you or someone you know may have contracted deliria, please call the emergency line toll-free at 1-800-PREVENT to discuss immediate intake and treatment.”***