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Limedebois on Mar 7 2012, 07:19:22 PM wrote:This is not a disease but a trouble. And even "trouble" is a sign of normalization. Of course there's the will to put a word on a "trouble", a difference. Every one is different, but you can explore who you are with that type of behavior description. There's no diagnostic, this not neuro-psychology, it's not about autism for instance, it's basic psychology. You can recognize yourself in these descriptions. I'm not sure talking about symptoms is the right thing. But yeah, it's behavior, not a disease or a neurological trouble. Give a word to this "trouble" can help if you don't put yourself on a stereotype. Everybody is different, nobody presents all "symptoms", this is a personal soup which make our own personality.

We don't need to visit a psychologist for this, or to know there's something wrong with us. It's obvious. A lot of people think they are good people and they're not: who makes the wrong diagnostic?^ It's not usual to visit a "specialist" for everything. Do we all need to visit a "specialist" to know a little about ourself?

In certain country, these therapists are dangerous. In France for instance, people who suffers from autism are follow by psychoanalyst with very weird treatments, so the "specialists" can go to hell. If you don't need a treatment, stay away from these people. Maybe some of us misinterprets what they read, and so what, it gives a reason to live with their trouble because they recognize themselves in these descriptions? maybe, maybe not, perhaps it will help them to go forward now they have identify something in their behavior, even if they misunderstand what they read. I don't get the problem if it really helps. Perhaps when you're a "bad person" it helps you to become a better one if you read or if someone tell you that you're a good person... The "he! you're a fucking idiot, you know!" ok then, you continue to be an idiot^. Here, it helps to recognize personal trouble in a specific trouble. Name your trouble and you domesticate it: it's the first step. You don't complain because you sincerely know you got a problem, or a difference, everybody sees it: "what's your problem?! you're insane?" Now you can answer. Your dad couldn't be your genuine dad, and so what, the truth is so necessary? if your dad acts like a genuine dad, he's you're dad. It won't help you to know the "truth".

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Kasparius on Mar 7 2012, 07:22:17 PM wrote:
Limedebois on Mar 7 2012, 07:19:22 PM wrote:This is not a disease but a trouble. And even "trouble" is a sign of normalization. Of course there's the will to put a word on a "trouble", a difference. Every one is different, but you can explore who you are with that type of behavior description. There's no diagnostic, this not neuro-psychology, it's not about autism for instance, it's basic psychology. You can recognize yourself in these descriptions. I'm not sure talking about symptoms is the right thing. But yeah, it's behavior, not a disease or a neurological trouble. Give a word to this "trouble" can help if you don't put yourself on a stereotype. Everybody is different, nobody presents all "symptoms", this is a personal soup which make our own personality.

We don't need to visit a psychologist for this, or to know there's something wrong with us. It's obvious. A lot of people think they are good people and they're not: who makes the wrong diagnostic?^ It's not usual to visit a "specialist" for everything. Do we all need to visit a "specialist" to know a little about ourself?

In certain country, these therapists are dangerous. In France for instance, people who suffers from autism are follow by psychoanalyst with very weird treatments, so the "specialists" can go to hell. If you don't need a treatment, stay away from these people. Maybe some of us misinterprets what they read, and so what, it gives a reason to live with their trouble because they recognize themselves in these descriptions? maybe, maybe not, perhaps it will help them to go forward now they have identify something in their behavior, even if they misunderstand what they read. I don't get the problem if it really helps. Perhaps when you're a "bad person" it helps you to become a better one if you read or if someone tell you that you're a good person... The "he! you're a fucking idiot, you know!" ok then, you continue to be an idiot^. Here, it helps to recognize personal trouble in a specific trouble. Name your trouble and you domesticate it: it's the first step. You don't complain because you sincerely know you got a problem, or a difference, everybody sees it: "what's your problem?! you're insane?" Now you can answer. Your dad couldn't be your genuine dad, and so what, the truth is so necessary? if your dad acts like a genuine dad, he's you're dad. It won't help you to know the "truth".

SFME.
And these children that you spit on as they try to change their worlds. Are immune to your consultations. They're quite aware of what they're going through.
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Limedebois on Mar 7 2012, 07:55:11 PM wrote:
Kasparius on Mar 7 2012, 07:22:17 PM wrote:
Limedebois on Mar 7 2012, 07:19:22 PM wrote:This is not a disease but a trouble. And even "trouble" is a sign of normalization. Of course there's the will to put a word on a "trouble", a difference. Every one is different, but you can explore who you are with that type of behavior description. There's no diagnostic, this not neuro-psychology, it's not about autism for instance, it's basic psychology. You can recognize yourself in these descriptions. I'm not sure talking about symptoms is the right thing. But yeah, it's behavior, not a disease or a neurological trouble. Give a word to this "trouble" can help if you don't put yourself on a stereotype. Everybody is different, nobody presents all "symptoms", this is a personal soup which make our own personality.

We don't need to visit a psychologist for this, or to know there's something wrong with us. It's obvious. A lot of people think they are good people and they're not: who makes the wrong diagnostic?^ It's not usual to visit a "specialist" for everything. Do we all need to visit a "specialist" to know a little about ourself?

In certain country, these therapists are dangerous. In France for instance, people who suffers from autism are follow by psychoanalyst with very weird treatments, so the "specialists" can go to hell. If you don't need a treatment, stay away from these people. Maybe some of us misinterprets what they read, and so what, it gives a reason to live with their trouble because they recognize themselves in these descriptions? maybe, maybe not, perhaps it will help them to go forward now they have identify something in their behavior, even if they misunderstand what they read. I don't get the problem if it really helps. Perhaps when you're a "bad person" it helps you to become a better one if you read or if someone tell you that you're a good person... The "he! you're a fucking idiot, you know!" ok then, you continue to be an idiot^. Here, it helps to recognize personal trouble in a specific trouble. Name your trouble and you domesticate it: it's the first step. You don't complain because you sincerely know you got a problem, or a difference, everybody sees it: "what's your problem?! you're insane?" Now you can answer. Your dad couldn't be your genuine dad, and so what, the truth is so necessary? if your dad acts like a genuine dad, he's you're dad. It won't help you to know the "truth".

SFME.
And these children that you spit on as they try to change their worlds. Are immune to your consultations. They're quite aware of what they're going through.
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lampadatriste on Mar 7 2012, 03:40:15 PM wrote:Wikipedia is to disorders as pretzels are to thirst. I'm not entitled to make any personal suggestions to anyone, as I know nothing about you all, but maybe we all need to grab a bottle of water. ^_^ What I mean is that anyone should avoid jumping into conclusions before seeing a very experienced specialist.

I could easily be led to believe I have SPD. But then (and this is mere speculation) just because you don't feel like having friends since everyone around you is a schmuck (family included), that does not make you a ill person. Also, our relatives could be prone to suspect we have a problem when we don't behave like everybody else, but that doesn't mean it is necessarily so. When all people do is act stupid, drink, be nosy and listen to bad music together, it's only natural you lose interest in social life.
Beware of the dangers of getting carried away with this pathologizing of life in general and any manifestation of difference that easily comes with these matters.
This is true for most people. But I've ALWAYS been the same, I never changed suddenly. I never lost interest in a social life, it was never there to begin with. But it's not just about not wanting to interact with people, it's EVERYTHING. Everything I read about SPD is like they're in my head. I've spent the last 4 years on a schizoid forum as well and again, I constantly read things that reaffirm that it's me. I've read a few books and a few other websites on it as well, because I just find it so interesting that they 'get' me. It's not as black and white as it seems as well, I have varying degrees of all the 'characteristics'.

I don't use it as an excuse, it's more of an explanation of why I've always been this way. It's kind of 'comforting' reading things about it and understanding yourself further. When you've been the same way for 21 years and never understood why you weren't like everyone else, it makes you feel less different, I guess.

I DO think most people read these Wiki things and misdiagnosis themselves, but in my case I'm 110% certain that I haven't. Also, I don't think I'm ill, I actually tend to think of schizoids as being the more 'evolved' human in most ways.

I will also never trust psychologists and will never see one. I had a bad experience with one I was forced to talk to a few times in highschool and that has put me off for life. She was closed-minded, had a typical text-book approach and was just plain nasty.
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mightysparks on Mar 7 2012, 11:22:00 PM wrote: I actually tend to think of schizoids as being the more 'evolved' human in most ways.
Care to expand on this? To me this seems extremely close-minded and doesn't at all make sense from a biological perspective.
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Lilarc0r on Mar 8 2012, 12:05:13 AM wrote:
mightysparks on Mar 7 2012, 11:22:00 PM wrote: I actually tend to think of schizoids as being the more 'evolved' human in most ways.
Care to expand on this? To me this seems extremely close-minded and doesn't at all make sense from a biological perspective.
Well, I did say in 'some' ways (ok I said most, but whatever, same thing) :P I just mean, we're less concerned with emotional things. It's hard to explain what I mean :( I suck at explaining things :'(
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mightysparks on Mar 8 2012, 12:09:52 AM wrote:It's hard to explain what I mean :( I suck at explaining things :'(
That doesn't sound like a more evolved human being talking. :P
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yes a certain detachment or coldness I have it too but in a mild degree
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PeacefulAnarchy on Mar 8 2012, 12:14:14 AM wrote:
mightysparks on Mar 8 2012, 12:09:52 AM wrote:It's hard to explain what I mean :( I suck at explaining things :'(
That doesn't sound like a more evolved human being talking. :P
Haha, yeah in that sense we are not evolved :P It's hard to explain it without it sounding 'closed-minded' and narcissistic. I definitely don't mean it in every aspect either.
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mightysparks on Mar 8 2012, 12:09:52 AM wrote:
Lilarc0r on Mar 8 2012, 12:05:13 AM wrote:
mightysparks on Mar 7 2012, 11:22:00 PM wrote: I actually tend to think of schizoids as being the more 'evolved' human in most ways.
Care to expand on this? To me this seems extremely close-minded and doesn't at all make sense from a biological perspective.
Well, I did say in 'some' ways (ok I said most, but whatever, same thing) :P I just mean, we're less concerned with emotional things. It's hard to explain what I mean :( I suck at explaining things :'(
Well I'm not fighting you, so no pressure. Just interested in reading different perceptions of things.
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Cippenham on Mar 8 2012, 12:14:31 AM wrote:yes a certain detachment or coldness I have it too but in a mild degree
Being deatcached and cold at times is all part of being human. I believe that most people are cold and detcahed but not as much as szhoids appear to be. Generally, I'd rather watch a movie then go out with friends, which is probably why there seems to be a correlation between SPD and ICM Users. They entail Individiualised Hobbies.
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more 'evolved' human
Nonsense.

Human and other species are not evolved. They are adapted. Evolved to what? The evolution thing is a past thing. You can try to understand the past, but you can't predict the evolution. That's a total nonsense. It is narcissism or something like the intelligent design.

Do you really think the schizoid trouble can help you to be more adapted than "normal people"? I think you make a mistake thinking people who's not part of the social world and observes it are more intelligent because they observe it; then you think that to be more intelligent is a sign of evolution. If it is the way you think (and I hope not) it seems to be some kind of personal bias Another symptom of the schizoid trouble right? The "sense of superiority".

So it's ok you have a "trouble", but you can use your reason to admit there is no "more evaluated human". Total nonsense, or it's "stupid". But you can't be stupid, you're schizoid, right?^
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Limedebois on Mar 8 2012, 05:51:34 AM wrote:
more 'evolved' human
Nonsense.

Human and other species are not evolved. They are adapted. Evolved to what? The evolution thing is a past thing. You can try to understand the past, but you can't predict the evolution. That's a total nonsense. It is narcissism or something like the intelligent design.

Do you really think the schizoid trouble can help you to be more adapted than "normal people"? I think you make a mistake thinking people who're not part of the social world and observes it are more intelligent because they observe it; then you think that to be more intelligent is a sign of evolution. If it is the way you think (and I hope not) it seems to be some kind of personal bias Another symptom of the schizoid trouble right? The "sense of superiority".

So it's ok you have a "trouble", but you can use your reason to admit there is no "more evaluated human". Total nonsense, or it's "stupid". But you can't be stupid, you're schizoid, right?^
Er, I think you misunderstood me. And evolution isn't a past thing, evolution is always happening.

Normal people are more adapted to this world yes, but are still held back by certain aspects; overly emotional, constant need for acceptance etc. A perfect schizoid (which I'm not), in terms of general living, would be able to function better than anyone else, because they'd be dealing with what needs to be done and nothing else would get in the way. Biologically speaking, not so much because they wouldn't be interested in repopulating. Maybe it wasn't the best word to use, since no-one's understood what I meant. All I meant was a schizoid is concerned with themselves and the things at hand, not with everyone around them. And a lot of them don't even get bored, although some are impossible to motivate as well.

Also, you tend to notice in science fiction films that the more evolved alien species usually have no emotion, and are practically schizoids.
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Mr Spock of course pretended he was like this, but he was half human after all.
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And evolution isn't a past thing, evolution is always happening.
Sure, but not predictable. Can you evaluate the evolution of the future stock market? no. Same thing. You know the evolution after it's done. So the right term would be "adapted". And all individuals on this planet are adapted cause they are presently alive. There is no more adapted as there is no more evaluated when talking about contemporaneous species.
Also, you tend to notice in science fiction films that the more evolved alien species usually have no emotion, and are practically schizoids.
Well, you know these aliens are a product of our imagination?^ They're stereotypes, monsters. Same monsters that we found in the antic Greece. Apathy, phlegmatism, wisdom, apparent insensitivity, attributes of Ulysses or Ben Kenobi^. And don't think it's a sign of evolution, but a personal skill. And I doubt schizoid trouble is a question of apathy. It's part of, but there's a lot of aspect. Apathy is a skill of superiority in some condition and a real handicap on the other hand. It's not automatically a sign of "evolution". But I maybe still don't understand.
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Limedebois on Mar 8 2012, 06:38:24 AM wrote:
Also, you tend to notice in science fiction films that the more evolved alien species usually have no emotion, and are practically schizoids.
Well, you know these aliens are a product of are imagination?^ They're stereotypes, monsters. Same monsters that we found in the antic Greece. Apathy, phlegmatism, wisdom, apparent insensitivity, attributes of Ulysses or Ben Kenobi^. And don't think it's a sign of evolution, but a personal skill. And I doubt schizoid trouble is a question of apathy. It's part of, but there's a lot of aspect. Apathy is a skill of superiority in some condition and a real handicap on the other hand. It's not automatically a sign of "evolution". But I maybe I still don't understand.
Yes, I know what you mean. And I agree that apathy can be a handicap too. I'm not apathetic (although I am towards certain boring subjects :P ) but I kind of wish I was. I know the aliens aren't real, but I just meant it seems like that attitude seems to be the one preferred for 'superior' beings. Doesn't necessarily mean that it's right or would be beneficial in the long-run, but to me, it seems like the best way to live.
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My results:


Paranoid||||||30%49%
Schizoid||||||26%53%
Schizotypal||||||26%53%
Antisocial||||||||||||46%47%
Borderline||||||22%47%
Histrionic||||||||||||||||66%43%
Narcissistic||||||||||||||||70%41%
Avoidant||||||22%39%
Dependent||||||||||34%37%
Obsessive-Compulsive||||||30%40%

I didn't expect to be so narcissistic and histrionic :( I know that I'm not schizoid because I love being around people. Looking at other forum members' scores I feel like the odd one out :mellow:

By the way, I am sorry for bringing so many threads back to life, but I was extremely busy the past 2 months and had no time to check anything (I have a lot of catching up to do)...
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Cableman on Mar 22 2012, 09:59:06 PM wrote:By the way, I am sorry for bringing so many threads back to life, but I was extremely busy the past 2 months and had no time to check anything (I have a lot of catching up to do)...
Bringing old threads back to life ftw!
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Cableman on Mar 22 2012, 09:59:06 PM wrote:By the way, I am sorry for bringing so many threads back to life, but I was extremely busy the past 2 months and had no time to check anything (I have a lot of catching up to do)...
It's good when people bring back old threads. Too many people, myself included, rely solely on "active topics" which means if a thread hasn't had a reply for about a day then you never see it again.
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Back on-topic, I'm pretty sure I have some kind of anxiety disorder. I can see the roots of it from a long time ago but I started having pretty bad anxiety attacks back in 2008. Felt the anxiety today though not quite as bad as it sometimes is and now it's wearing off. It builds up for hours and gets to a terrible point then gradually goes down again.

Probably going to go to the doctor's about it next week. It might sound like just worrying over things but it's definitely more than that and it's hard to control and actually distressing when it's at it's worst.
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I went to the eye doctor for some eye problems and she asked if I was Type A and if I was suffering from stress then it was probably contributing to my eye problems. Ay yi yi!
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intothewild on Mar 30 2012, 08:03:37 PM wrote:Back on-topic, I'm pretty sure I have some kind of anxiety disorder. I can see the roots of it from a long time ago but I started having pretty bad anxiety attacks back in 2008. Felt the anxiety today though not quite as bad as it sometimes is and now it's wearing off. It builds up for hours and gets to a terrible point then gradually goes down again.

Probably going to go to the doctor's about it next week. It might sound like just worrying over things but it's definitely more than that and it's hard to control and actually distressing when it's at it's worst.
I went to a Psychiatrist once when my self Diagnosed OCD got really bad. I used to get bullied in a new school that caused me to have Anxiety attacks aswell (Ironically also in 2008), which the psychiatrist told me may be the trauma that out broke my OCD to get worse.

Hopefully everything's okay now :D
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Was tempted to take the test.

Paranoid||||||||||||42% 50%
Schizoid ||||||||||||||58% 40%
Schizotypal||||||||||||||||||78% 56%
Antisocial||||||||||||42% 46%
Borderline||||||||||||46% 45%
Histrionic|||||||||| 34% 35%
Narcissistic||||||||||||||||62% 40%
Avoidant |||||||||| 34% 48%
Dependent||||||||||38% 44%
Obsessive-Compulsive||||||||||||||54% 45%
Awesomeness||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||| 100% 0%
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rohit on Jun 25 2012, 08:14:28 AM wrote:Awesomeness||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||| 100% 0%
tehe I got the same result.
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mightysparks on Jun 25 2012, 08:15:14 AM wrote:
rohit on Jun 25 2012, 08:14:28 AM wrote:Awesomeness||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||| 100% 0%
tehe I got the same result.
My therapist said it can't be cured. :(
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That can't be a good sign, if you see a therapist :lol:
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...and the joke is dead
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Killing jokes, isn't it what I always do?
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way too normal
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overall that's not the kind of label im interested in pursuing or attaching and not sure why others do.

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