Yea, I can't really take all that mental health stuff serious anymore either. It does indeed seem like a religion for some people, especially on the internet. Some seem to find their identity and hope in that, just like others find hope and identity in "real" religions.I agree with Acey. I heard elsewhere that psychology has in a way become its own religion, gradually walking a road towards an unchanging objective view of telling people what is right in a mind and what isn't as if it was dogma or scripture. There is wisdom in the belief I think that "sanity is socially accepted insanity" whilst the more traditional view of "insanity is socially unacceptable sanity" tends to look down on 'less conventional' modes of thought. In the end I think it comes down to a person's personality belief or personal verdict with the ability or inability for the mind to function, either personally or in the society as a whole (whichever the mind were to choose to be the case.) But its subjective, just like the belief from a third party that someone is crazy.