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

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They might be schizophrenic, if the voices are arguing. But more likely it is an anxiety disorder.

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If you want to meet a woman who can relate to you, go to groups that are provided by your mental health programs. Definately try to attend consistantly. There is much more understanding when others are going through similar things. Although, you don't have to limit yourself to the circumstances ...

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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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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.

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NarcIssist Personality Disorder...notice the capital "I"...people who are truly ill with disorder feel that they are different then the rest of the world. They believe that their situation is the worst, their emotions trump everyone elses and this is all due to the fact that they have no self ...