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Originally posted by Realtruth
reply to post by cluckerspud
Clucker it had very little to do with ATS. LOL!
85% Having consumed way to much alcohol.
Stuff Happens! It's all good.
Happy 4th of July everyone
Originally posted by SelfSustainedLoner
And not one mention of calling 911?
He was clearly out of his mind and the fact you didn't try to help him is what's "horribly wrong". But then again your story was more then likely made up to try and provoke / insult users here at ATS. Happy fourth!
Originally posted by eddiemaiden_80
I'd say this guy suffers from Bipolar. But I don't think it best ppl humiliate him on here. Even tho we don't know this person he will almost certainly read this article which wont help his case at all.
Kinda like hearing people talking about you when your on the otherside of the door. Its not nice for anyone!
Most of us in some point in time get too drunk and do regreatable things but this guys case is worsened by his illness.
I am in no way sticking up for this person but I once did live with somone while at Uni who suffered Bipolar and they were incredibly difficult to live with, in the end the person I lived with was sectioned.
I just feel to go on here knowing you will get posts from other users making fun of this person is not the right thing to do. Would you make fun of somone with only one arm.
Plus there can be repressions from doing something like this especially if the person is not stable which they clearly arnt
Psychosis (from the Greek ψυχή "psyche", for mind/soul, and -ωσις "-osis", for abnormal condition) means abnormal condition of the mind, and is a generic psychiatric term for a mental state often described as involving a "loss of contact with reality". People suffering from psychosis are described as psychotic. Psychosis is given to the more severe forms of psychiatric disorder, during which hallucinations and delusions and impaired insight may occur. Some professionals say that the term psychosis is not sufficient as some illnesses grouped under the term "psychosis" have nothing in common (Gelder, Mayou & Geddes 2005)
People experiencing psychosis may report hallucinations or delusional beliefs, and may exhibit personality changes and thought disorder. Depending on its severity, this may be accompanied by unusual or bizarre behavior, as well as difficulty with social interaction and impairment in carrying out the daily life activities.