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A clinical mental illness would be diagnosed as a major depression with symptoms of excess sleepiness, irritability, lack of appetite, melancholia and violent outbursts. Their could be a secondary diagnosis of this mental illness. The secondary diagonosis would indicate the type of personality disorder that has manifested in the mind's attempt to deal with the biological depression that could be caused by circumstances as well as other people.
Published by Nora K Anthony 64 months ago in Mental & Personality Disorders | +2 votes | 0 comments
In the previous article we discussed Folie a Culte and we also touched on folie a deux. Today’s article will focus primarily on the shared psychiatric disorder, folie a deux. This type of shared mental disorder can result in a person doing something way out of his or her comfort zone, or the person could actually do something crazy.
Published by Charlene Collins 69 months ago in Mental & Personality Disorders | +1 votes | 0 comments
There are two types of shared psychotic disorders. One is Folie á Culte and the other is Folie á Deux. This article will focus on Folie á Culte. In a way, Folie á Culte and Folie á Duex are similar, except that Folie á Culte has to do with worship. Folie á Culte refers to folly of worship, and Folie á Deux refers to folly of two. A separate article will cover the shared psychotic disorder, Folie á Duex; however, to show how the two disorders are somewhat similar I ha...
Published by Charlene Collins 69 months ago in Mental & Personality Disorders | +4 votes | 4 comments
The last two articles have focused on the criminal mind, and it focused mainly on the mindset of male serial killers. We don’t often hear about female serial killers, but they are also quite common. Women often go undetected as serial killers because the very idea of a woman being the offender goes against the perceived roles of women. Women are perceived as givers and nurturers.
Published by Charlene Collins 69 months ago in Mental & Personality Disorders | +4 votes | 4 comments
In the last article we discussed some of the most common characteristics of an organized mind. This is called criminal profiling. Criminal profilers can identify the type of person that will commit certain types of serial murders. If you are interested in criminal psychology, or you want to understand more about the criminal mind, please keep reading.
Published by Charlene Collins 69 months ago in Mental & Personality Disorders | +5 votes | 4 comments
This article is inspired by the TV series, Criminal Minds. While this article is inspired by the TV show, it is not about the show or even a review of the show. This article will discuss the criminal mind and how it operates. This article will also focus on the organized mind. Another article will focus on the disorganized mind.
Published by Charlene Collins 69 months ago in Mental & Personality Disorders | +3 votes | 3 comments
Facts every women should be aware about rapists. Kinds of rape.
Published by Jessie Agudo 89 months ago in Mental & Personality Disorders | +8 votes | 3 comments
A brief overview of Psychotic Disorders.
Published by Sheila Buck 89 months ago in Mental & Personality Disorders | +3 votes | 3 comments
Kleptomania and its symptoms, diagnosis and treatment.
Published by Sheila Buck 89 months ago in Mental & Personality Disorders | +7 votes | 3 comments
Antisocial Personality Disorder, the symptoms, treatment, causes and outcome.
Published by Kimbra Townsend 89 months ago in Mental & Personality Disorders | +2 votes | 0 comments
One of the biggest tragedies in Montreal history was the abuse of the Duplessis Orphans during the 1940 -1950's. These children were orphans, or born out of wedlock and abandoned to become wards of the courts.
Published by carol roach 95 months ago in Mental & Personality Disorders | +7 votes | 14 comments
Living with a child who has Reactive Attachment Disorder. Fostering or adopting a child with Reactive Attachment Disorder.
Published by Arthur Pierce 95 months ago in Mental & Personality Disorders | +4 votes | 1 comments
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