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Amy Russell has written 2 Mental & Personality Disorders articles, has received +15 recommendations and is currently the #8 ranked expert in this subject.
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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 62 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 67 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 67 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 67 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 67 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 67 months ago in Mental & Personality Disorders | +3 votes | 3 comments
Diagnosing mental illness is not the same process as that of a medical diagnosis, a fact that was given weight in what is now called the Rosenhan experiments. Seen as one of the most controversial cases in the history of diagnostic research, the Rosenhan experiments had shown the fallibility of the psychiatric process and the fundamental need for its reform. This is a summary of the two experiments.
Published by Rodge Bucao 67 months ago in Mental & Personality Disorders | +1 votes | 0 comments
There is clearly an excess of traumatic experience in people who experience psychosis, schizophrenia, and other psychiatric conditions. It is believed that childhood trauma predicts the experience of hallucinations in adults, adolescents, children and patients with bipolar affective disorder. Many questions about schizophrenia and other psychotic illnesses remain unanswered and the research continues.
Published by Jamie Myles 69 months ago in Mental & Personality Disorders | +1 votes | 1 comments
Does your partner withhold sex and non-physical intimacy from you? Does your partner seem emotionally distant from you at times when it feels like you need them most? It could be that your partner is passive-aggressive. Check out this factoid to find out if passive aggressive tendencies are ruining your marriage or relationship.
Published by Epic Strategist 69 months ago in Mental & Personality Disorders | +1 votes | 0 comments
Here in this article I discuss a little bit about what Multiple Personality Disorder is. As well I also talk what a person can do to live with and care for a person with Multiple Personality Disorder. As well I give several examples of how to deal with situations that arise when a person with Multiple Personality Disorder is affected by there disorder at the time being.
Published by william wevers 70 months ago in Mental & Personality Disorders | +0 votes | 0 comments
Schizophrenia is a very mysterious mental disorder. Thanks in large to the media, many people have a skewed belief about schizophrenia. In this article, I dispel the common myths about schizophrenia and give a background on the information, including symptoms, causes, and treatment. After viewing this article, readers will have a better understanding about the disorder.
Published by Christopher Burt 70 months ago in Mental & Personality Disorders | +3 votes | 3 comments
Mental illnesses are a challenge for the diagnosed. It is also very tough for those who are close to the sufferer. However, there are techniques out there that can help the loved ones cope. In this article, I lay out ways to cope when a close friend or family member is diagnosed with a mental disorder. With a level head and the right knowledge, this article will help those stay positive during those tough days.
Published by Christopher Burt 70 months ago in Mental & Personality Disorders | +2 votes | 0 comments
The different types of delusions.
Published by Rodge Bucao 71 months ago in Mental & Personality Disorders | +4 votes | 0 comments
It can be challenging to live with a person with a narcissistic personality. Many people living with people with this disorder live with chronic depression because of the pressures of never feeling good enough.
Published by Charlene Collins 71 months ago in Mental & Personality Disorders | +9 votes | 3 comments
Just recently President Obama signed into law that gays and lesbians can now serve in the military without being persecuted or looked down upon by being a person having a same sex partner.
Published by mobilecitybuzz 75 months ago in Mental & Personality Disorders | +3 votes | 1 comments