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|Subject: The Science of Mental Illness Tue Oct 29, 2013 4:28 am|| |
|Subject: Re: The Science of Mental Illness Sun Nov 10, 2013 2:40 am|| |
That's a cool and informative infographic. I've always found abnormal psychology interesting and this image seems to cover most of the basics.
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|Subject: Re: The Science of Mental Illness Tue Nov 12, 2013 10:05 pm|| |
Nice. Wasn't quite what I was expecting but cool none the less.
I have ODD, OCD, C-PTSD, GAD, and some say Bipolar Disorder too but I dunno. I'm pretty sure a lot of my emotional reactions to certain events in my life were perfectly reasonable and logical. Let's see them get thrown into a cage and beaten for three years and see how they feel about it all afterwards. No shit it's going to be a little extreme haha. I think it's perfectly normal to start making lists of people to hunt down and jotting down notes about the subjects involving their ability to stay up and running so that I can END them!!! It's perfectly reasonable.
What do you guys think? Am I a too extreme???
In all seriousness, cool topic.
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