They have disorders to describe behaviors that is not considered normal. To not have a disorder one would have to completely conform to society and
be completely normal and not show any emotions what-so-ever which is quite impossible in today's societies. Scientists have developed ideas of
disorders to describe perfectly normal brain-states. They just think that something is wrong with the people because they aren't acting like
everyone else. What is with this need to want to make people conform? Why should we conform in a free society?
Why is the medial mafia so popular? I'm not trivializing the issue here. The medical mafia seems to be getting all the money while the people who
could talk to these people are getting ignored because they believe that medication is better. Talk can help someone just as good as any medication
That's my point as well. I forgot to turn on sarcasm mode.
Someone goes to a doctor (or shrink) and says, "people move away from me on the bus." Rather than saying, "don't worry about it, it happens to me
too", the doctors says, "hmmmm, sounds like you have PMAFMOB syndrome". See, you don't even have to have any real problem at all, you have a
syndrome. But it can be treated!
They call a behavior a disorder when that certain behavior interferes with the individual's every day living.
Obsessive compulsiveness is a behavior but obsessive compulsive disorder is when the sufferer is so obsessive and compulsive that it prevents them
from living a normal life style such as being constantly late for work because they have to check all the doors and windows 5-6 times before they can
leave the house. That's when they need help.
There are so many disorders described because the human mind and behavior is so complexed and detailed.
The point is that they are trying to label basic behaviors such as shyness, fear of people, or like, the belief in talking to Gods as mental
disorders. They are doing it to make money. When they need a new money making scheme they make a new disorder. They did it with ADHD in the 90s and
now they're doing it with asbergers and autism.
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