An inverted form of paranoia characterized by the delusional belief that people are out to help you. The term was coined by Sheldon Kopp in his 1978 book, "The End of Innocence"
People suffering from narapoia do little to take care of themselves beyond trying harder and harder to
please the people who treat them badly. The more coldly detached their lovers, the more trustingly narapoids cling to them.
by Goanna64 April 28, 2012

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