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  • quietpickles
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    You damned whippersnappers have two disorders for every personality trait, don't you? Back in my day, this was called being an arsehole.
    quietpickles
    May 14 '17
    I, and this is an opinion, seems I have to include these overly long warnings so you understand this, don't think these need to be diagnoseable. I mean, to me, this seems like bad parenting more than bad brain. Kids are naturally the worst things in the history of anything ever and unless they're rebellious little shits it's generally the job of the parent to raise them right. I understand that this isn't always possible and a lot of the time outside influences can have their toll, especially in the age of instant media without major regulation, but it's entirely preventable.I, and this is an opinion, seems I have to include these overly long warnings so you understand this, don't think these need to be diagnoseable. I mean, to me, this seems like bad parenting more than ...See more
    Mattwo
    May 17 '17
    Really it's not the growing number of diagnoses that are the problem, it's the issue of side effects of medications for existing disorders overlapping and creating new problems that get diagnosed as different things.
    quietpickles
    May 19 '17
    I suppose that can indeed affect people, drugs that modify the brain's functions on one way or another probably aren't the best for its development, but conduct disorder I've read can just disappear after age 18 and not grow into ASPD, when it's not drug induced. My main thing here was that some things now attributed to these two conditions are things that most of the population does. "Lying to get out of things you have obligations to do", and yes, that is a legitimate symptom says the New York Times, is something I'm fairly sure most of the population has done once or twice.I suppose that can indeed affect people, drugs that modify the brain's functions on one way or another probably aren't the best for its development, but conduct disorder I've read can just disappear a...See more
    Mattwo
    May 23 '17
    Individual symptoms a diagnosis does not make.
    quietpickles
    Jun 1 '17
    That's true.
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