posted on Apr, 27 2016 @ 08:59 PM
a reply to: Neekoboo2000
That was something she was check for, and apparently didnt fit the bill. But really the psych only sees what happens in the office and how the patient
is that day. Considering i was only present for a few of the sessions and only consulted for opinion a few times, who knows what was discussed. After
all said and done it was determined BPD, depression with severe anxiety.
i often think that it has to be bipolar. Some of the things she says are just mind baffling. And i wonder how she could even get that impression from
something being said that has nothing to do with what she accuses. She really twists and deforms what was originally said into something that becomes
100 x worse or completely off in left field. Often it makes little sense.