"Re: "Diagnosing paranoid schizophrenia."" 
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 "Re: "Diagnosing paranoid schizophrenia.""

Quote:
> > One person was of the opinion:

> > "Then you know firsthand that folks with paranoid schizophrenia would
> > shun usenet and other public forums, would be unable to pray, and would
> > decompensate when threatened by others."

> > Incorrect, if one had more then a generic survey course and rounds
> > experience with this diagnosis one would know it is not a valid nor
> > complete observation.

> > If you wish, a descriptive list of symptoms of this diagnosis can be
> > posted in support of the flaws in the above opinion.

> > God bless.

> Mental illness cannot be reliably diagnosed over the internet, even by
> psychiatrists.
>I know of no reason to think persons with schizophrenia are unable to
>pray.

Indeed, but 99 percent of the "diagnosis" offered in support groups is
of the same order.  In fact in this thread it is not even a question.
The theme is with regard to the above claims made about what a person
with ps can and can not do because of the affliction.  One can easily
show this is not the case, even as your last point above indicates.

While a diagnosis can not be made as on the level as would become part
of a formal medical file, some behaviors expressed even by writing alone
exclude all but a few conclusions.  One can not prove but one can fail
to disprove what reasonable conclusions fit the behaviors exibited.

As I am posting only in the cardiology group, a discussion of a mental
illness is not on topic.  However if you wish to pursue the topic a
generic description of ps and of cycles of decompensation can be posted
as a basis for discussion if you desire to continue.

It would, as you started above, show the claims made at the top are
groundless.

God bless.



Thu, 14 Jan 2010 03:25:02 GMT
 "Re: "Diagnosing paranoid schizophrenia.""


Fri, 19 Jun 1992 00:00:00 GMT
 "Re: "Diagnosing paranoid schizophrenia.""
You won't hear from Andrew.

He's probably more afraid of you now, than he is of me.


Quote:

>> > One person was of the opinion:

>> > "Then you know firsthand that folks with paranoid schizophrenia would
>> > shun usenet and other public forums, would be unable to pray, and would
>> > decompensate when threatened by others."

>> > Incorrect, if one had more then a generic survey course and rounds
>> > experience with this diagnosis one would know it is not a valid nor
>> > complete observation.

>> > If you wish, a descriptive list of symptoms of this diagnosis can be
>> > posted in support of the flaws in the above opinion.

>> > God bless.

>> Mental illness cannot be reliably diagnosed over the internet, even by
>> psychiatrists.

>>I know of no reason to think persons with schizophrenia are unable to
>>pray.

> Indeed, but 99 percent of the "diagnosis" offered in support groups is
> of the same order.  In fact in this thread it is not even a question.
> The theme is with regard to the above claims made about what a person
> with ps can and can not do because of the affliction.  One can easily
> show this is not the case, even as your last point above indicates.

> While a diagnosis can not be made as on the level as would become part
> of a formal medical file, some behaviors expressed even by writing alone
> exclude all but a few conclusions.  One can not prove but one can fail
> to disprove what reasonable conclusions fit the behaviors exibited.

> As I am posting only in the cardiology group, a discussion of a mental
> illness is not on topic.  However if you wish to pursue the topic a
> generic description of ps and of cycles of decompensation can be posted
> as a basis for discussion if you desire to continue.

> It would, as you started above, show the claims made at the top are
> groundless.

> God bless.



Thu, 14 Jan 2010 03:48:56 GMT
 
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