how does culture contribute to the definition of pathology and mental illness?

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Jesus wept, MIKEY, but that was a real ZINGER! And what is this? Sesame Street? Tommy Tadpole? Did mean old TOMMY TADPOLE kick widdle Mikey's a**, AGAIN?

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No. That's a symptom of egomania, exacerbated by feeble-mindedness.

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Try feeling pity for a sick person, not anger at what their disease makes them do. Find medical help to control his condition and behaviour so you have nothing to get angry about. Any time a person attacks or threatens you, you are supposed to feel angry and defensive. If it is repeated, mindless ...
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Safety for people who suffer from mental illness

Karen Kay gave a good answer. It really does depend on the individual and the situation.

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The beginning of your question made me think of ADD (attention deficit disorder) Reading on is way out of my league. She should be evaluated by a psychiatrist.