What Disorders are you DIAGNOSED with?

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    What Disorders are you DIAGNOSED with?

    No self-diagnoses please.

    Asperger's Syndrome
    ADD Inattentive Type
    Social Phobia
    Nonverbal Learning Disability
    Anxiety Disorder Generalized
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    Narcolepsy
    Major Depressive Disorder

    Edit: I forgot, Panic Disorder. I have pills lol.
    Last edited by Lucretius; 10-05-2009 at 06:00 PM.

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    Generalized Anxiety Disorder
    Depression

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    I'm perfectly sane :)

    (Really, I'm not even lying. Shrinks send me home cuz I'm 'down to earth'. :P)
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    Generalized Anxiety Disorder
    Depression

    ...does it count if, when I was still a child, a shrink once called me "pre-psychotic" because I lived in lala-land? She was not an NF.

    I haven't been to a therapist recently, but suspect I also have PTSD and PASS.




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    Dunno if it's a disorder but I have IBS, I'll be that guy at a party dancing and all of a sudden I run off to explode. I come back and do my thing though, it really doesn't bother me anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scruffy View Post
    Dunno if it's a disorder but I have IBS, I'll be that guy at a party dancing and all of a sudden I run off to explode. I come back and do my thing though, it really doesn't bother me anymore.
    Yeah, I was going to say I have celiac disease. But then I wasn't going to say it since that's not what this thread is for. But then you have almost the same thing, or at least the same effects. I can control mine now that I know what it is though.

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    I have clinical depression.
    Or, well, I did, pre-Prozac-prescription.
    The pills numb me so I don't really know whatever the fuckin hell I'm feeling nowadays, but it's better than depression. Marginally. Bleurgh.
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    Perseus Clinical Depression

    Quote Originally Posted by Anatta View Post
    I have clinical depression.
    Or, well, I did, pre-Prozac-prescription.
    The pills numb me so I don't really know whatever the fuckin hell I'm feeling nowadays, but it's better than depression. Marginally. Bleurgh.
    According to the Beta version of the Perseus System, the INFP will probably require the following to ease her/his depression

    1) A supportive role
    2) Acceptance for who you are (without conditions and judgement)
    3) Need to be regarded as authentic (opposite of false)


    This means Respect is not one of your major needs for self esteem. It helps, of course, but it is not as important as the above.

    You would like to recognised for what you do, so you can be seen as authentic rather than as important.

    As a NT Rational I need rewards to enable me to be authentic. Respect doesn't pay the bills. Awards do not pay the bills either, neither does voluntary work.

    Clinical Depression is an illness and I was diagnosed with this. It was probably not the main reason which in my case was a physical ailment. But the physical ailment prevented my from earning and therefore I was not autonomous and therefore depressed.
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    adhd, before they decide something along the lines of unipolar. that, or they didnt want to tell me what i was supposedly ”suffering from"


     
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