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Originally posted by mutantgenius
I heard about this before and it is the MOST ridiculous thing I have ever heard. Do they have a name like this for people who smoke cigarettes?
I know who's behind this, Phsyciatrists, they have a name for every thing, even a complex name for inability to learn math well, we are all sick and diseased on at least 20 different levels according to them. Let me guess, the cure for this is.....medication. Maybe Xanax, Klonopin or valium. Perfect for counteracting all that healthy lifestyleism.
I really hate modern science sometimes.
Sick F******s. I think we should make up a name for them, Drug-pusherismnervosasickoiticliarismloonymakers, or something.
Originally posted by Xcalibur254
reply to post by Grossac
Now, almost every mental disorder is connected to a visible malfunction of the brain. So, there is physical evidence that these disorders are actual abnormalities and not just a random construct created by a psychologist.
Originally posted by Grossac
reply to post by VneZonyDostupa
Here we go. The only source you will accept is on of a psychiatrist right.. Well I dont think they'll put something out like that on paper but here are a few things you can read.
Here is one from Dr. Thomas Szasz, Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry at the State University of New, York, Syracuse. Here
Originally posted by livefreeordie306
Thanks for posting this!
I completely understand where this uproar is coming from but must add a bit from my own experiences. Healthy eating is obviously incredibly important but the anxiety about doing so CAN create mental strife in people who are prone to obsessive, compulsive, and/or self-harming behaviors. Clearly, those who care about eating healthy (including myself) are not ill, BUT eating only certain foods is just as plausible of an obsession as hand washing, intense paranoia, and other eating disorders.
I do not support the generalization that anyone who eats healthy foods is "mental." That bothers me very much. Just keep an eye out for the fine line between healthy food and unhealthy obsession.
Its rare, but out there.
Originally posted by icecold7
after reading ur title ..... imean ive had it man
turning evrybody into brainwashed zombies
im gonna have 2 take a brake
i cant take it anymore
c my thread if u wonder why