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Creativity and non-conformity now listed as a mental illness by psychiatrists
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Quote:What happens to a society when thinking outside of the box or being righteously enraged about your government going in the wrong direction becomes an excuse to be sedated and re-educated?

It seems we don't have to go too far back in history to find out.

The Soviet Union used new mental illness for political repression.

People who didn't accept the beliefs of the Communist Party developed a new type of schizophrenia.

They suffered from the delusion of believing communism was wrong.

They were isolated, forcefully medicated, and put through repressive "therapy" to bring them back to sanity.

Now thanks to thought policing by the American Psychiatric Association the latest addition of the DSM-IV (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders) is setting up the dominoes for arbitrary diagnosis of any dissenting individuals.

Listed as new mental illnesses are above-average creativity and cynicism. The manual goes on to identify a mental illness called "oppositional defiant disorder" or ODD.

Defined as an "ongoing pattern of disobedient, hostile and defiant behavior," symptoms include questioning authority, negativity, defiance, argumentativeness, and being easily annoyed.

http://www.sott.net/article/276495-Creat...chiatrists
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#2
This is really starting to annoy me. I mean who died and made them boss? I will not accept this I don't care what anyone says!

Shit, easily annoyed, questioned authority, defiant, now I'm on another "list" Dodgy
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Mr_Gixxer;140027 Wrote:This is really starting to annoy me. I mean who died and made them boss? I will not accept this I don't care what anyone says!

Shit, easily annoyed, questioned authority, defiant, now I'm on another "list" Dodgy

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maybe another avenue for gun control?


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They will use any means possible to confiscate the guns. It is their absolute Holy Grail. It is even greater sacrament than abortion if that's possible.

Power, ABSOLUTE POWER, is their objective.
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Wasn't that originally called "teenager"?Big Grin
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I wouldn't believe it if I didn't read it myself.

http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-condi...n-20024559

"It may be difficult at times to recognize the difference between a strong-willed or emotional child and one with oppositional defiant disorder. It's normal to exhibit oppositional behavior at certain stages of a child's development. But there is a range between the usual independence-seeking behavior of children and that of oppositional defiant disorder.

Signs of ODD generally begin before a child is 8 years old. Sometimes ODD may develop later, but almost always before the early teen years. When ODD behavior develops, the signs tend to begin gradually and then worsen over months or years.

Your child may be displaying signs of ODD instead of normal moodiness if the behaviors:

Are persistent
Have lasted at least six months
Are clearly disruptive to the family and home or school environment
The following are behaviors associated with ODD:

Negativity
Defiance
Disobedience
Hostility directed toward authority figures
These behaviors might cause your child to regularly and consistently:

Have temper tantrums
Be argumentative with adults
Refuse to comply with adult requests or rules
Annoy other people deliberately
Blames others for mistakes or misbehavior
Acts touchy and is easily annoyed
Feel anger and resentment
Be spiteful or vindictive
Act aggressively toward peers
Have difficulty maintaining friendships
Have academic problems
Feel a lack of self-esteem
In addition, your child isn't likely to see his or her behavior as defiant. Instead, your child will probably believe that unreasonable demands are being placed on him or her."

Here's some ODD: Fuck this government.

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JustinHEMI;140039 Wrote:I wouldn't believe it if I didn't read it myself.

http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-condi...n-20024559

"It may be difficult at times to recognize the difference between a strong-willed or emotional child and one with oppositional defiant disorder. It's normal to exhibit oppositional behavior at certain stages of a child's development. But there is a range between the usual independence-seeking behavior of children and that of oppositional defiant disorder.

Signs of ODD generally begin before a child is 8 years old. Sometimes ODD may develop later, but almost always before the early teen years. When ODD behavior develops, the signs tend to begin gradually and then worsen over months or years.

Your child may be displaying signs of ODD instead of normal moodiness if the behaviors:

Are persistent
Have lasted at least six months
Are clearly disruptive to the family and home or school environment
The following are behaviors associated with ODD:

Negativity
Defiance
Disobedience
Hostility directed toward authority figures
These behaviors might cause your child to regularly and consistently:

Have temper tantrums
Be argumentative with adults
Refuse to comply with adult requests or rules
Annoy other people deliberately
Blames others for mistakes or misbehavior
Acts touchy and is easily annoyed
Feel anger and resentment
Be spiteful or vindictive
Act aggressively toward peers
Have difficulty maintaining friendships
Have academic problems
Feel a lack of self-esteem
In addition, your child isn't likely to see his or her behavior as defiant. Instead, your child will probably believe that unreasonable demands are being placed on him or her."

Shit that describes a lot of people I know. Shrug
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Quote:Have temper tantrums
Be argumentative with adults
Refuse to comply with adult requests or rules
Annoy other people deliberately
Blames others for mistakes or misbehavior
Acts touchy and is easily annoyed
Feel anger and resentment
Be spiteful or vindictive
Act aggressively toward peers
Have difficulty maintaining friendships
Have academic problems
Feel a lack of self-esteem
In addition, your child isn't likely to see his or her behavior as defiant. Instead, your child will probably believe that unreasonable demands are being placed on him or her.

Sounds just like a liberal to mee.
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#9
So at what point does this made up "mental illness" become a cause for involuntary commitment? If this can rise to that level, we all pretty much become prohibited and lose our 2A rights.

I have so much disdain for authority.
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#10
Okay, let's calm down.

First of all, the DSM-IV-TR came out in 2000.

Secondly, We are now on the DSM-V which will shortly be the mandatory one for coding and diagnosis.

Third, the description given in that article for ODD only contains the parts that are sensational and not the full criteria. ODD is the diagnosis mostly used for children who cannot get along with anyone, as compared to their peers.

Criteria listed here: http://behavenet.com/node/21490 Notice the red print at the top of the page: These criteria are obsolete.
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