1. Everyone thinks they are a victim of a particular disease.
2. Everyone thinks they are a victim of a particular disease.
3. Someone tells you he is going to die.4. Your doctor tells you he is going to die.5. Your friend tells you he’s going to die.
The truth is, the vast majority of humans are not at very low risk for psychological illness. Most of us don’t think we are a victim of a particular disease in one sense or another. It’s the opposite of a disease that’s getting worse.
We can be, and often are, victims of psychological diseases like depression, anxiety, and stress. We dont think we are a victim in the sense that we’re not doing very well or that we’re going to die. We think we are victims because of something going wrong in our lives. But the vast majority of people are not victims of anything. Most of our lives are good; we are lucky enough to be free of illness and to have good relationships.
To say that we are victims of psychological diseases, that is to say, that we are sick and that we cannot control our behavior, would be to make ourselves out to be weak, weak people, such as, but not limited to, drug addicts, alcoholics, or people who smoke in their sleep. These are people who are not like us, who are sick in some way. Yet they are treated as strong because they can control themselves.
We are sick because our brain is broken, which means that our brain is damaged. In other words, our brain is so damaged that we cannot control ourselves. Our brain is damaged from the inside out, so to speak.
One of the reasons we use drugs is that we are weak. This is a fact.
There is no such thing as a “mental health” illness as the DSM defines them. The term “mental health” is often used in the manner of a diagnosis, but in science it is not a diagnosis, it is a way of describing a person’s mental state. People who are mentally ill are not in the same category as those who are “healthy.
Mental health is a very wide term. People who are mentally ill are not in the same category as those who are healthy. The DSM calls people who are mentally ill people who have been diagnosed with a mental disorder. This is an oversimplification, because the term “mental disorder” is not something limited to one person. Some people are mentally ill as a result of childhood trauma, while other people are mentally ill as a result of substance use.