• How many people here have been diagnosed with an actual mental illness?

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    • Re: How many people here have been diagnosed with an actual mental illness?
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    • Never been diagnosed by a professional.
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    • I have body dysmorphia. Sometimes I look at my penis (9" flaccid) and think I'm not "big" enough.
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      theyre not answering but you can tell who they are when they make posts about the joos, the nwo, alex jones, etc.

      ;goldstar;
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    • Hi!!! How can I be of service to your query as to the status of my mental health? I'm taking meds and have had therapy for awhile now. The meds knock me the fuck out to sleep for a few hours after I take them. They are after all tranquilizers.

      The illness sucks itself. Wouldn't wish my life experience on anyone.
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      Never been diagnosed by a professional.

      My amateur opinion is that you're a fag.
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    • N9OGL for sure is one

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    • death2me wastes his life on here bitching about what a fat, gay fuckup he is and that he deserves to die and wants to die. Yet he can't take an $8 belt and wrap it around his neck until he loses conciousness and dies a few minutes later.

      (Fat= mentally ill: glutton with lack of self-control, gay= mentally ill: unnatural same-sex lust, lack of moral compass and reproductive instinct, fuckup= too variable to tell, "suicidal"= mentally ill: unnatural lack of survival instinct or simply an attention whore who wants the public to believe his lies.)

      So if you want to talk to someone truly mentally ill (and his personal ideology of anti-white liberalism based solely on emotions, devoid of truth/facts also supports this), hit him up.
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    • ;alexjones;
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      N9OGL for sure is one

      How many people here have been diagnosed with an actual mental illness? #1

      Does this guy that you have some sort of OCD fixation about even post here, you tard?
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    • Re: How many people here have been diagnosed with an actual mental illness?
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    • Schizoid personality disorder (SPD) is a personality disorder characterized by a lack of interest in social relationships, a tendency towards a solitary or sheltered lifestyle, secretiveness, emotional coldness, and apathy. Affected individuals may be unable to form intimate attachments to others and simultaneously demonstrate a rich, elaborate and exclusively internal fantasy world.

      People with schizoid personality disorder are often aloof, cold, and indifferent, which causes interpersonal difficulty. Most individuals diagnosed with SPD have trouble establishing personal relationships or expressing their feelings meaningfully. They may remain passive in the face of unfavorable situations. Their communication with other people may be indifferent and terse at times. Because of their lack of meaningful communication with other people, those who are diagnosed with SPD are not able to develop accurate impressions of how well they get along with others.[8]

      Schizoid personality types are challenged to achieve self-awareness and the ability to assess the impact of their own actions in social situations. Ronald Laing suggests that when one is not enriched by injections of interpersonal reality, the self-image becomes increasingly empty and volatilized, which leads the individual to feel unreal.[8]:pp. 82-100

      When people's personal space is violated, they feel suffocated and feel the need to free themselves and be independent. People who have SPD tend to be happiest when they are in a relationship in which the partner places few emotional or intimate demands on them. It is not people as such that they want to avoid, but emotions both negative and positive, emotional intimacy, and self-disclosure.[9]:p. 207

      This means that it is possible for schizoid individuals to form relationships with others based on intellectual, physical, familial, occupational, or recreational activities as long as these modes of relating do not require or force the need for emotional intimacy, which the affected individual will reject. Donald Winnicott explains this need to modulate emotional interaction by saying that schizoid individuals "prefer to make relationships on their own terms and not in terms of the impulses of other people." Failing to attain that, they prefer isolation.[10]:p.73

      Although there is the belief that people with SPD are complacent and unaware of their feelings, many recognize their differences from others. Some individuals with SPD who are in treatment say that "life passes them by" or they feel like living in a shell; they see themselves as "missing the bus" and complain of observing life from a distance.[11][12] According to Aaron Beck and Freeman, "Patients with schizoid personality disorders consider themselves to be observers, rather than participants, in the world around them."[13]

      It is speculated that schizoid personality disorder may have ties to creativity.[

      Critics argue that the definition of SPD is flawed due to cultural bias and that it does not constitute a mental disorder but simply an avoidant attachment style requiring more distant emotional proximity.[5][6] If that is true, then many of the more problematic reactions these individuals show in social situations may be partly accounted for by the judgments commonly imposed on people with this style. However, it is important to note that impairment is mandatory for any behaviour to be diagnosed as a personality disorder. SPD seems to satisfy this criterion because it is linked to negative outcomes. These include a significantly compromised quality of life, smaller GAF scores even after 15 years and one of the lowest levels of "life success" of all PDs (measured as "status, wealth and successful relationships").

      Schizoid personality disorder is a poorly studied disorder and there is little clinical data on SPD because it is rarely encountered in clinical settings. The effectiveness of psychotherapeutic and pharmacological treatments for the disorder have yet to be empirically and systematically investigated.
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      Does this guy that you have some sort of OCD fixation about even post here, you tard?

      Yes. All the time. 98 pages of it in one thread alone. He's the current version of this, except an inch shorter and lives with his parents

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      Yes. All the time. 98 pages of it in one thread alone. He's the current version of this, except an inch shorter and lives with his parents

      Link to said thread?

      What is his moniker?
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    • Re: How many people here have been diagnosed with an actual mental illness?
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    • The Great Genius posted:
      We are the sane ones!

      let me just say, that there are many conspiracy theorists in the mental hospitals. think about that and then reevaluate your life. just saying.
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      death2me wastes his life on here bitching about what a fat, gay fuckup he is and that he deserves to die and wants to die. Yet he can't take an $8 belt and wrap it around his neck until he loses conciousness and dies a few minutes later.

      (Fat= mentally ill: glutton with lack of self-control, gay= mentally ill: unnatural same-sex lust, lack of moral compass and reproductive instinct, fuckup= too variable to tell, "suicidal"= mentally ill: unnatural lack of survival instinct or simply an attention whore who wants the public to believe his lies.)

      So if you want to talk to someone truly mentally ill (and his personal ideology of anti-white liberalism based solely on emotions, devoid of truth/facts also supports this), hit him up.

      :wave:
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    • The Great Genius posted:
      We are the sane ones!

      You are suffering from delusions of grandeur (i.e Great Genius). Classic sign of mental illness. You also appear to have delusions of persecution.
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      theyre not answering but you can tell who they are when they make posts about the joos, the nwo, alex jones, etc.
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      :schlomo:



      :lol:
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    • Re: How many people here have been diagnosed with an actual mental illness?
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    • d2me, VP 1000 faggot names and "see the jew" guy are fundamentally broken and have all been professionally diagnosed. But they were never helped :sad:
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