“Nuts” the new Normal?

My thoughts about any of this stuff is that the world has learned to label people and their behavior way too much. If a psychiatrist, therapist, or mental health professional went for an evaluation for diagnosis they too would all be considered to have some form of mental illness. Since it is the evaluators opinion of what is going on with the person at that moment.

A complicated person, with a complicated life

I’ve been wanting to write a post on this topic for awhile but didn’t have any specific resources, just general statements.  It seems nuts is the new normal.  I say this because it has become so publicized of celebrities with mental illness, primarily bipolar disorder.  Statistics say that 1 in 4 people struggle with mental illness.  Now they are saying 1 in 20 or 25 people have Borderline Personality Disorder.  I know at least a dozen people who have a child diagnosed with “autism” or an autistic spectrum disorder as they will now be called, and I don’t know a lot of people.  While working at the child development center I was constantly explained that the child’s behavior was not their fault because they have ADD or ADHD, by parents.  Now with the new Mood Disruptive Dysregulation Disorder to be out in the DSM-5, already being suggested by many as…

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