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Granted, complex systems (even anti-fragile ones such as ourselves) have millions of ways in which they can go wrong, but only one manner in which they can go right, and in a certain sense this justifies the endless lists which you find in the DSM.
But while symptoms might vary between diseases, the fundamental aspects of them do not.
The opposite of Love isn’t Indifference, I guess, it’s Hate.
But the comments got me thinking: “Eating Disorders” – are they actually a thing?
The crazy person gets labelled, they’re fed a narcotic (often one with less benefits, and more side-effects than a placebo), they get to feel special because they’ve joined a victim group, while the Psychologist pats himself on the back and ignores all the damage he’s caused in the world.
Now you might think that this is the point where I reject the term “mental illness” for being incomparable to physical illness; quite the contrary, in fact.
So let us consider the Bulimic, who’s demanding that you pity her and pay for her “healthcare,” because she has a disease (known only in North America) which causes her to stick her hand down her throat after each meal, and buy lots of Tic Tacs.
The Victim Groups (read: enabling groups) would have you believe that she sees a distorted version of herself in he mirror: that she’s been so brainwashed with “patriarchal, misogynistic” imagery of skinny women in Hollywood, that she looks at her 110 lb frame and sees a whale.
The application to the physical body is obvious; the number one thing you can do to improve your health is eat a nourishing diet, and take care of yourself.
Because I’m confident that they are not – at least, not in the way most people think.
The reality is that a girl with an “Eating Disorder” is a vicious and spiteful Schedule II case (usually a Borderline or a Histrionic), and while Tuthmosis is correct about them being demons in the sack, they’re demons of the sack, too; they are toxic people who should be avoided at all costs.
These are the men and women who’ve discovered fascinating things about the mind.
Far too many of them, however, act like autistic savants, or scheming manipulators; rather than try and understand the mind, they describe manifestations of mental illness, and call it a day.
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They simply create a list of observable behaviours and call the disorder.