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How do psychologists treat excessive religiosity syndrome?

August 28, 2013 by relax  
Filed under Hypnosis Questions & Answers

Question by Desiree: How do psychologists treat excessive religiosity syndrome?
Sedatives? Anti-psychotics? Hypnosis sessions? Aversion therapy? Aversion therapy is my personal favorite. I just wish the damn FDA would approve my patented shock collars.

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Answer by DainiusNyko The DeinoNychus ‘?
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Comments

6 Responses to “How do psychologists treat excessive religiosity syndrome?”
  1. Take these Words says:

    They just say they’re not interested and close the door like the rest of us do.

  2. Walmart Cart Crasher says:

    Shock collars, eh?

    Aren’t Atheists just so loving?

  3. Louis Wu says:

    You hook ‘em up, I’ll turn the crank on the magneto.

  4. Old man cry baby Wu says:

    I’d love to see what a psychologist would make of you.

    I guess the fees would bankrupt you before they got anywhere near solving your problems.

  5. knightrider2007 says:

    Most psychologists need treatment themselves. In fact psychiatrists have one of the highest suicide statistic rates in the world. Freud himself was a real nutter.

  6. ? says:

    I would support electroshock treatment.

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