Single Status Update
After several incidents with what the faculty at my school have called "instability", such as excessive staring, speaking obscenely out of turn, making inappropriate gestures, touching myself inappropriately while looking at female coeds and other such things, I've been referred to a psychiatrist. I read the reports but never remembered doing any of the things that were detailed on it. It's really frightening. They haven't found a specific cause yet, but I've been diagnosed with acute schizophrenia. Based on several interview sessions, my mind has apparently created about 4, possibly 5, different personalities, all of which are in conflict. No source has been pinpointed, but they believe that it may be the usual combination of stress, sexual frustration and another element that was realized not long ago. During one of my interview sessions, they asked if I had been dealing with anything traumatic lately...I said no, but then I remembered how I was told once that my father might possibly be a Canadian. It might not seem like much, but it upset me and tore my whole world down...I suffered a bout of depression after that and they believe that might be a large contributor to my problems. Something like this has never happened and I'm really scared...I don't know how it's going to affect my plans to continue my education to become an English professor, if I'll be disallowed from teaching in a classroom or anything like that. I just had to get all of this off of my chest. If you like, I can keep you posted on what develops from all this as it happens...
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I said multiple conscious personalities, which is associated with multiple personality disorder. He didn't mention anything about having that disorder, so these other personalities are (presumably) hidden and not consciously manifested.
And what does your psychologist have to say about your own charming and acute personality defects?
I haven't been to a psychologist. And I don't remember talking about any personality defects, let alone those that are diagnosed.
My point is Andrew "irony" B is the last person to be criticizing the mental detritus of others.
That makes >= 0 && <= 0.1 sense for reasons just mentioned. Plus, I don't recall criticising anything on this thread. I did, however, point out one flaw in a story and proceeded to satiristically jump to a silly conclusion that their entire argument was insatulationable.