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• Posted by C. Hook
• Date: Friday, July 28, 2006, at 10:27 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Bouncing is what Triggers to best! (Timmy B.)

> How are you deducing from the above the following? "If anything, I'm
> encouraging you to be careful and take command, within reason, of your
> therapy." That's an awfully nice sentiment that I highly appreciate,
> but I'm sure you could've done more to get this across in your original
> post. Instead, I interpreted your post as over-confident in stating that I
> couldn't have a psychotic "disorder" and condescending in
> assuming that you'd know better than me who has been diagnosed with this.
> I have no reason to think that you're qualified to make these statements
> about my diagnosis and yet you seem to try to invalidate my claim that I
> have a psychotic disorder... I would say that this is a reasonable
> interpretation of the material I inserted at the beginning of this post;
> this interpretation led me to be offended. Once again, I do appreciate
> your sentiment but don't see how it came across in your original post. I'm
> guessing that you thought it came across somehow, and I believe you--I'm
> just curious as to how you thought it came across.

Or you could interpret it as me being careful not to fall for a made-up clinical history from someone on the internet who might be saying that stuff for kicks or as an attempt to put the past behind him, excuse his behavior, so that your new posts might gain some legitimacy. It's the internet, this happens all the time.

As you can see, the preceeding is also a reasonable interpretation of my post.

> P.S.--What is the extent of your knowledge of abnormal psychology?

First of all, I wouldn't call it abnormal psychology, but my brother does suffer from OCD, mixed with depression, schizoid-type episodes (including pyschosis), and also closely resembles borderline personality disorder (when on meds). More recently, I've been acquainted with repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation. I'm no expert, but I have been responsible for smelling doctors' ineptitude a mile away, aiding in diagnosis, and actually helping him.

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