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However, after going through everyone’s posts for quite some time now, I have found that there’s really not a whole lot you can do to bring someone back from the brink of Q (or any other cult-like, predatory realm of conspiracy). Besides going no-contact, it seems that the best course of action is to attempt to rouse a person’s memories and previous identity prior to their exposure to Q, but in my case—and, it seems, in many, many others—that just hasn’t worked.