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Suggest treatment for delusional disorder

My 32-yr-old (divorced) granddaughter is going with a (former) classmate she re-found online. Her children really like him. He seems like a decent person, but he cannot or will not stay with a job. He starts off well, likes the job, does well, and then quits. He is a former alcoholic, but alcohol is not a factor at present. His father has not been in his life.
He was formerly married & had to leave his children with his ex-wife, because years ago she moved so far away. Why would a person consistently abandon jobs?
Wed, 15 Apr 2015
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He should see a psychiatrist. It is necesary to understand why he quites his jobs. Is because he is not concentrate even because alcohol problem,or he can be a little paranoic. This is up to the specialist by seeing the person himself.
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Suggest treatment for delusional disorder

He should see a psychiatrist. It is necesary to understand why he quites his jobs. Is because he is not concentrate even because alcohol problem,or he can be a little paranoic. This is up to the specialist by seeing the person himself.