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Inability To Lie or To Repress Thoughts

by Juan Carlos
(Puerto Rico)

Photo Credit: Victoria Landon

Photo Credit: Victoria Landon

I'm a writer and I'm working on a story about a character that can't stop himself from saying exactly what he's thinking at any given moment. My question is: is there a psychological or neurological condition that would cause such phenomena?

I researched Asperger Syndrome, but it doesn't work for me because it's congenital and not acquired.

Thanks in advance for any help.

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Creutzman Belling Syndrome
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Creutzman Belling Syndrome causes a patient to be unable to lie and it is caused by damage or injury to the frontal lobe.

Hope this helps!

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