Borderline Personality Disorder

Discussion in 'Pornography Addiction' started by Zooloo, May 8, 2014.

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Have you been diagnosed with the disorder or do you think you suffer from it?

  1. I have been diagnosed

    1 vote(s)
    10.0%
  2. I haven't been diagnosed but think I am a Borderline

    2 vote(s)
    20.0%
  3. I don't fit the criterea

    7 vote(s)
    70.0%
  1. Striveforpurity

    Striveforpurity All praise and glory to our Lord Jesus Christ.

    Panonymos it would seem you are very ignorant about this subject. I would suggest you did some research before embarrassing yourself. I know exactly how the psychiatric system works. They wanted to put me on pills for along time but I continually refused. One time 2 shrinks came to my house with the police and discussed sectioning me but once they found out I knew all about the system they went away (probably didn't want to be sued).

    The labels in the DSM are made up by a group of men that literally sit round a table and come up with symptoms then think of a fancy name to give their new 'disorder'. Science has zero involvement in this process. Doctors are not scientists they are essentially the drug dealers for big pharma and most are ignorant of the dangers of SSRI's like brain damage, cancer, depression, weight gain, immune dysfunction, and memory problems just to name a few.

    Of course I don't want people to suffer but Psychiatric Drugs are not the answer and if anything will lead to much higher levels of suffering than if they didn't take them...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ByIPNNO-Fw
     
  2. Striveforpurity

    Striveforpurity All praise and glory to our Lord Jesus Christ.

    No, porn addiction is just that an addiction. It's a false analogy to try and compare addictions with said claimed disorders. By the way though not a single disorder in the DSM has had any tests conducted in a lab. Personality Disorders in the DSM are purely made up.
     
  3. ls558

    ls558 Member

    I edited my post because I posted when I was pissed. Don't compare me to Alex Jones. That's a serious insult.
     
  4. notfeelingit

    notfeelingit Member

    I didn't. I asked for evidence to support your claim rather than an Alex Jones style rant. Your defensive overreaction says it all really.
     
  5. ls558

    ls558 Member

    Why are you being rude? I suggest you research this subject yourself. I'm really not into having a huge argument. Do the research and find out for yourself.
     
  6. notfeelingit

    notfeelingit Member

    You told me to eat shit.
     
  7. ls558

    ls558 Member

    You brought up Alex Jones. That's a hell of a lot worse.
     
  8. notfeelingit

    notfeelingit Member

    I apologise. I briefly forgot how offensive he is.
     
  9. 40New30

    40New30 Keep going

    SSRI's are dangerous and can have long withdrawal periods and mess with sexual function for a long time, I DO NOT think the effect is permanent but it can be long lasting. It really should be more commonly known, but of course the drug companies wouldn't want that. The crazy thing is that sometimes these SSRI drugs are a miracle cure... for some. As you might expect the answers are complex, and anyone who tries to tell you otherwise has an agenda to push.
     

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