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post #11 of 25 (permalink) Old 06-10-2019, 05:47 PM
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Re: Have you ever met someone with a mental illness?

"Depression I'm pretty sure means the person often feels depressed for no reason"

Great definition! Fantastic! Crazy people? Never heard of them. I only associate myself with the sane and hang out with normies. Which happens to be everyone I know
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Re: Have you ever met someone with a mental illness?

Well I've met myself, unfortunately, so... yes.
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Re: Have you ever met someone with a mental illness?

Met them, but don't think I ever had a conversation with one personally

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Re: Have you ever met someone with a mental illness?

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A mental illness is a condition like schizophrenia, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, panic disorder, etc.

A person with schizophrenia may often experience hallucinations, rather visual, audible, etc. Depression I'm pretty sure means the person often feels depressed for no reason. Obsessive compulsive disorder can involve a person often performing a certain action repeatedly, in order to prevent something completely unrelated (i.e., opening and closing your refrigerator a certain number of times, in order to prevent a car crash). Panic disorder causes panic attacks, which are sudden feelings of panic when there is no danger.

Mental illness is like "the voices are telling me" type of thing, or what regular society refers to as "crazy". Have you ever met someone with a mental illness?
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Re: Have you ever met someone with a mental illness?

never

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Every time I look in the mirror...


"That's not good shit"
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Re: Have you ever met someone with a mental illness?

my sister in law is bipolar, can't remember the number of time she threatened him with divorce and the next day is like nothing happened.

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Re: Have you ever met someone with a mental illness?

Honesty I don't even think or at very least have my doubts whether mental illness even exists , I think the whole thing is hoax


Technically speaking a doctor can diagnose anyone and everyone with a "mental illness" after a drug overdoes about 10 years I spent a little bit of time in a psych ward and 95 percent of the people were completely normal average everyday people , were some extremely doped up on pills sure although still normal everyday people, some kind of weird and possible mental retardation of course but "mentally ill" I don't think so like I said I think the whole thing is a hoax

After the psych ward I was somewhat forced to go to drug rehab another giant scam right there as well but that's another story for another time
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Re: Have you ever met someone with a mental illness?

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Depression I'm pretty sure means the person often feels depressed for no reason.


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Re: Have you ever met someone with a mental illness?

Of course I have. But I just didn't know their condition. It's not like it's something visible most of the time like someone being in a wheelchair or having a skin disease.

That being said, I don't think any of my friends or from my family has been diagnosed with a mental illness.
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