Etiological Diagnostic Snapsheet (EDS-7)

Self Help Biblical Psychiatry

Self Test #3

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Introduction:

1.      This is the third of three self-tests. If you have not completed self-test #1 (DSM-7) or self-test #2 (MMPI-7), do them first, then come back and take this final self-test.

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2.      First and second Laws of Psychiatry:

a.        Psychiatric theorem #1: Behaviour is a choice. Checklist behaviors. Determine the benefit.

b.        Psychiatric theorem #2: Psychotic behaviour is a solution. Determine the problem.

3.      The mystery of insanity is solved when we ignore all psychiatric diagnostic labels and focus on checklisting specific behaviours associated with insanity that are identified in the Bible as sin. Once these behaviours have been identified in a single individual, the only question that needs to be asked is: "What personal benefit does this person derive from engaging in this behaviour". The answer then becomes simple: money, escape responsibility, sympathy, selfishness, attention, control, revenge, rebellion or desire for evil etc.

4.      Insanity, depression and anxiety are not biological or medical disorders but personal freewill moral choices of behaviour patterns. “Mental illness” is not a real illness like diabetes or cancer, but a metaphoric term like “spring fever” or “computer virus”. Scientifically, there is no evidence to support the myth that bad behaviour is driven through chemical imbalances of the brain and corrected through psychiatric drugs. While Christians are fully aware of the many faults in Darwinian evolution theory, they are often totally ignorant that modern psychiatry is based 100% on evolution which denies man is dichotomous with both body and spirit. Psychiatry views man as nothing more than a soup of sparks and chemicals and is wholly physical. They have no choice but to look for the cause of behaviours in biochemical etiologies, and in fact have done so for hundreds of years to utter failure.

5.      This final self-test will identify the origin and cause (etiology) of your problems.

a.        For example, the etiology (origin) of lung cancer is smoking.

b.        The etiology (cause) of financial loss is getting convicted of drunk driving.

c.         The etiology of most of our current problems is a choice we made some time in the past to engage in a pattern of behaviours.

 

 

 

Etiological Diagnostic Snapsheet #1

(EDS-7.1)

Quick Pick

Category

Circle all that applies

Problem

Bible Solution

Disaster (5D's)

Sources of personal trauma

5 D's:

I was Dumped, (by one I deeply loved)

I experienced Divorced,

I have a Disease, (medical ie. cancer)

I experienced Destitution, (financial loss)
I experienced
Death (of a loved one)

Stuff happens

"Broken spirit"

Prov 15:13; 18:14

Acceptance, contentment

Jas 1:2-4

A.B.U.S.E.D. (6)

Sources of personal trauma

Assault, (physical)

Bullying,

Uttered, (verbal)

Sexual,

Emotional,

Deprivation (neglect)

Sinned against

"exasperated spirit"

Col 3:21

forgive, forget, trust in God

Prov 3:24-26

Complaints (9U's)

9 U's:

I feel Unhappy

I feel Unloved

I feel Unrespected

I feel Unappreciated

I feel Used (by others)

I feel Underpaid

I feel Unnoticed

I feel Unsuccessful

I feel Unentertained, bored, dull

high self-esteem, sense of entitlement

Rom 12:3

Phil 2:14-15

Acceptance, contentment, endurance, low esteem

2 Cor 12:10-11

1 Pet 2:18-20

Sloth (4 D's)

4 D's:

Dependency, Disability welfare, Duty shirking,

Drugs (psychiatric drugs make people unable to work)

Lazy, Cheater, junkie

Proverbs 18; 26:13-18

Work or starve,

Drug rehab

2 Thess 3:10

U.N.F.A.I.T.H F. U. L.

(10) Non-Christian troubles

Unhappiness, (reject the joy of heaven)

Narcissistic, (do not deny self)

Futility, (nothing matters)

Anxiety, (no one to trust for help)

Irrelevancy, (no one notices them)

Tasklessness, (disregard God's commands)

Purposelessness, (evolution: random chances)

Hopelessness, (death the end vs. eternal life)

Fear, (no one to protect them)

Unaccountable, (answer only to self)

Lovelessness (unaware that God loves them)

Bible haters, Atheism, humanism, evolution

Prov 4:19; Rom 1:21

Read the bible to increase your faith: Rom 10:17

Addictions:

Vices (6)

 

6 Vices: Cigarettes, alcohol, Drugs (recreational and all psychiatric drugs: pharmakia), food lust: unhealthy diet (over weight), sexual lust: fornication, gambling

sinful choices, "Epicurean hedonism"

2 Peter 2:19; Prov 23:29-35;

Repent, Self Control

Prov 25:28

Self-control: Nervous habits

(thought addictions)

Unnatural repetitive thoughts or actions, Tourette's, obsessive compulsive disorder "OCD", ticks, stuttering, nail biting, blinking, grunting, etc. Psychologically induced biological lusts.

learned behavior, psychological addiction

2 Cor 8:21; 1 Cor 9:27

mind over body, willpower, self control

Rom 13:14; 12:17; Titus 3:3

Insanity

Delusion, paranoia, visual or auditory hallucinations, odd neurotic thoughts or psychotic behaviours

The behaviours of insanity are solutions to common life problems.

Deut 28:27-29

Eccl 4:1; 7:7

Discover what personal benefit is derived from insanity.

Super Spiritualism, Super-Christian

Syndrome

Excessive singing, praising, prayer, fasting, talking about Jesus, evangelism, Bible study etc. so that life's everyday duties become neglected or cycles of working, eating and sleeping are unbalanced.

Although Super Spiritualism can be a natural, short term behaviour after initial salvation, it is usually smokescreen for hidden sin and a bad conscience.

Get them to confess the sin and repent to bring them back to a life balance.

Suicide

Suicide is a solution (behaviour choice) for an unlimited list of personal problems.

High self-esteem, Selfish, revenge, fame, attention, escape

Call anyone and ask their help with your problem.

Religious commitment

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I don’t attend: Find me a good local church!

 

 

Etiological Diagnostic Snapsheet #2

(EDS-7.2)

Scale of personal self-disablement

"In short, so-called mental illnesses share only a single significant characteristic with bodily diseases: the sufferer or "sick person" is, or claims to be, more or less disabled from performing certain activities." (The Myth of Mental Illness, Thomas Szasz, 1961 AD, p47)

Category

Description of self-disablement

Is this you?

Circle Time period

Employment

1.      I have reduced my duties, taken time off work, quit, got myself fired, or stopped looking for work.

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weeks, months, years

Home

2.      There are duties at home I have reduced or stopped.

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weeks, months, years

Personal self-maintenance

3.      I neglect my personal appearance to signal my problems to others.

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weeks, months, years

Countenance and social demeanor

4.      My negative, sullen, "woe is me" demeanor makes "Eeyore" from Winnie the Pooh, or Snuffaluffagus from Sesame Street, look normal, happy and well adjusted.

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weeks, months, years

Socialization A

5.      I withdraw and get quiet with friends or family.

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weeks, months, years

Socialization B

6.      I make my problems the center of discussion and attention when in social gatherings.

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weeks, months, years

Any single yes, longer than a month represents a serious condition of self-disablement

 

 

Etiological Diagnostic Snapsheet #3

(EDS-7.3)

Do you have a chemical imbalance in your brain?

The only chemical imbalance in your brain is

the one the psychiatrists created with drugs.

Category

Substance that created the chemical imbalance

Is this you?

Circle Time period

Coffee

1.      You have 4 cups of coffee daily

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weeks, months, years

Cigarettes

2.      You smoke one cigarette daily

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weeks, months, years

Alcohol 

2.      You have two ounces of alcohol daily

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weeks, months, years

Illegal drugs

3.      You use any illegal drug once a month

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weeks, months, years

Psychiatric drugs

4.      You consume prescription psychiatric drugs

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weeks, months, years

Ritalin

5.      You were given Ritalin as a child for ADHD/ADD

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weeks, months, years

Every substance you ingest causes a chemical imbalance in your brain.

Any daily use indicates you may suffer withdrawal symptoms.

One yes combined with a circled month can indicate brain damage including Tardive Dyskinesia.

  

 

 

 

Etiological Diagnostic Snapsheet #4

(EDS-7.4)

Narcissistic benefits from psychotic behaviour

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1.      To escape criminal prosecution: EDS-7.4.1

a.      Strange new behaviours often begin after someone commits murder in an attempt to be found not guilty for reasons of insanity. While these cases rarely succeed in court, they are the only hope of escaping a long jail sentence.

b.      People with a history of psychiatric treatment will manufacture new behaviours before and after they commit crimes.

c.       Just as young offenders commit crimes knowing there are no consequences, so too those on psychiatric disability will commit crimes knowing they will never go to jail, but return to the asylum for a few months. I remember a woman who came into a pharmacy and punched out the cashier because her prescription was taking too long to fill. She gave the cashier a black eye and bloodied one other employee as she screamed in a psychotic rant. She then just sat down in a chair and waited for the police to arrive. No charges were ever laid. She spent 2 weeks in the lock down ward of the asylum and was released when the "drugs fixed her behaviour". Her "diagnosis" was her method of escaping any consequences of her bad behaviour and her "good behaviour" in the asylum was her method of gaining freedom again.

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2.      Fun, entertainment, relief from boredom and monotony: EDS-7.4.2

a.      Bizarre and strange behaviour choices serve as a relief from boredom and become a form of self-entertainment where the audience is the world.

b.      I remember a guy that would wear a bowler hat and dance and sing as he walked on main street as if he was John Travolta in Saturday Night Fever. When no one was looking or when he was on a quiet side street, he would walk normally without the acting.

c.       Many people will pay a counselor good money as a "night out on the town" to engage in regular therapy sessions. Even more will do this if it costs them nothing because the therapy is paid for, by welfare etc. These people view the therapy as entertainment, something exciting to do and a break in an otherwise boring day.

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3.      Attention seeking, pride, praise, honour, fame: EDS-7.4.3

a.      Some people like to be the center of attention and use unusual behaviours as a means to gain attention they otherwise would never get.

b.      "Trolling on the waters of self-pity for a compliment" is a common way people put themselves down in order to get praise. It is false humility and a deceptive lie. A person constantly puts themselves down like a fisherman casts his bait hoping the fish will bite. They are liars and deceivers because they don't really believe they are the worthless person they claim they are. They really think they are amazing people who are not getting as much praise as they deserve.

c.       Some people feel "famous" when a doctor, psychologist, therapist etc. spends hours documenting their behaviours and discuss them with other professionals. The famous "multiple personality disorder" of Sybil, is an example of a very average person initially using a single alternate personality as an escape from life's duty, only to begin manufacturing a total of 13 when she became the center of attention in the psychiatric world. It worked! She became the object of hundreds of studies, hours of university lecture time and thousands of pages in books and medical journals. They made a movie out of her when otherwise, she would be unknown.

d.      Some people like to be known as "Crazy Ken", because he talks to himself as he walks up and down the street all day. Everyone knows him and recognizes him instantly. While many would never want to be known as "Crazy Ken" a rather derogatory name, for Harvey, the alternative was being unknown altogether. Being a loser known as "Crazy Ken" (or Lazy Ken) is an upgrade from being a loser no one knows or recognizes. The negative stigma attached to his reputation does not bother him.

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4.      Escape duty or life situation: EDS-7.4.4

a.      Life is a lot of work and lazy, selfish people avoid work so they can be free to do what they want. Psychotic behaviours are an instant fix for these people because the "condition" creates an exception for them to escape duty. A man may be tired of working 8 hours a day 6 days a week, so he makes the conscious choice to become schizophrenic, so he gets time off when he needs it and can go fishing as often as he likes.

b.      There are many life situations that make people feel unhappy and trapped. Manufacturing psychotic behaviour gives them almost instant relief. A wife may be unhappy with her "life situation" so she chooses to literally and deliberately fabricate schizophrenia-like behaviours which release her from her perceived trap.

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5.      Sympathy: EDS-7.4.5

a.      Some people crave large amounts of sympathy for common and ordinary life problems that others are expected to just endure with a smile.

b.      In order to gain unmerited sympathy for these common problems, some people will act sad, depressed, neglect their appearance, constantly state how hard they are finding things. People will begin "showering them" with sympathy as a way to cheer them up. As good actors, they do cheer up when they have gotten their fill, until the next time they meet and the process starts from scratch. These people train their friends like a dog to offer obedient sympathy, when the right "woe is me" signals are displayed.

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6.      Control over others: EDS-7.4.6

a.      Most people are powerless in life and control almost nothing outside their own selves.

b.      Some will demand to have their selfish will and desire obeyed in some home situation like if they should sell the house, buy new furniture, buy a new car etc. So they fabricate bizarre psychotic behaviours that land them in the hospital at great expense to society and their family. This doesn’t bother these narcissists because they want their way at any cost, as long as someone else is paying. When they get out of the hospital, their "fragile condition" forces the entire family to walk on egg shells around them, and they get whatever their heart desires.

c.       They use psychotic behaviour to gain total control of the entire family.

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7.      Alibi for impending failure as an adult or failure at school, work or home: EDS-7.4.7

a.      Psychotic behaviour becomes the cause of failure instead of the person. It's like a drunk blaming the alcohol instead of him. The drunk feels that he will be cut slack when he says, "Had I been sober, I never would have done that." Likewise the psychotic say, "Had I not been mentally ill, I would not have failed." The insanity becomes the cause of failure rather than self. This takes responsibility off the person for failure because they are sick or "mentally ill". They know the whole thing is a behaviour choice, but it often does the trick.

b.      Schizophrenic behaviours are common to appear at ages 17 - 22 because this is the time a person takes on the responsibility of adulthood and they are not willing to make such a transition.

c.      The essential core to the problem is laziness because they know what is expected of them as adults, at school or work, but they are unwilling to pull their own load of work. If they had genuinely failed because they are unable to perform the basic duties of adult life, school or work, it would be obvious much earlier. But apart from personal will and choice there are very few people who cannot be successful in adult life, school or work, if they are willing to put in the effort. 

d.       As an avoidance mechanism and a smokescreen, the person fabricates psychotic and Schizophrenic behaviours which gets them labeled as "sick" and therefore provides an alibi or excuse for their real failure when the truth is, they are simply lazy.

e.      These 18 year olds who suddenly are diagnosed with schizophrenia, do so, at the very brink of transition between living at home in luxury with their parents and renting a cold and damp room in a basement with a dirty window. Once diagnosed with some mental illness, they now are shown sympathy, not expected to get a job and live with their parents until they qualify for psychiatric disability (Cash for Life), at which time they can easily afford to move out on their own, but continue to not work and do what they want all day.

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8.  Revenge: EDS-7.4.8

a.      There are many circumstances where a person will use their behaviour as a way to get revenge.

b.      This revenge may be by disrupting social events with your spouse's side of the family because you don’t like them.

c.       It may be deliberately not bathing and sleeping on the busiest sidewalk in the center of town in revenge for society in general who didn’t give you what you think you deserved in life. A homeless person is really someone who is saying, "#$%^& you and there is nothing you can do about the way I dirty up your clean and perfect little 'Leave it to Beaver' world." (The life I never had.)

d.      Revenge may be deliberate acts of crime (vandalism, assault, arson) against those who have hurt or harmed you.

e.      The wave of mass murder/suicides by young people of fellow students at schools are entirely motivated by revenge with a "fame seeking" component mixed in, where their "revenge becomes famous" after they die.

f.        Some young single mothers (Casey Anthony) kill their babies because it interferes with their party life. Others escape jail because of Post-Partum Depression. PPD is where the mother hates the baby and how the baby has "ruined" their selfish, responsibility-free life. Babies are a lot of work and force huge changes on the parents.

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9.      Invalidate God's law: Desire for divorce without adultery: EDS-7.4.9

a.      The chances that an unhappy wife who wants to leave her husband, will become schizophrenic, are directly proportional to the social barriers or shaming she faces if she leaves. Today, this formula is proven in the fact that there are no stigmas attached to wives who abandon their husbands, except in the most conservative churches. Non-Christian woman never become psychotic when they leave their unhappy marriages. They don't need to become schizophrenic because there are no social barriers or same when she does. Only "Bible thumping" Christians who know what Mt. 19:9 says go crazy if they plan on following through in leaving their innocent husbands. Historically there was a general cultural sigma and shaming against wives leaving their husbands and both the believer and non-believer would go crazy. This has changed today, so that only Christian's facing social barriers and shaming if they divorce for no reason. It amounts to sending themselves to hell and crucifying Christ afresh. So they are faced with the option of living in an unhappy marriage or going to hell. Faced with this kind of choice, the mind choses insanity as a way to escape the unhappy marriage and still go to heaven. The contradiction of her conscience rips her mind in two and the only door open is insanity. It is like trying to take the square root of a negative number. There is no rational solution. Schizophrenia is how the mind rationalizes the irrational.

b.      When a Christian has chosen a path to walk that is clearly contrary to what the Bible says, he will experience a violation of conscience known in modern psychiatric terms as "cognitive dissonance". Psychotic thoughts and behaviours are the spirit's solution to the contradictory and hypocritical lifestyle choice. This may be a secret homosexual fling, an affair, a desire to divorce an innocent spouse for no reason or stealing cash from their employer but justifying it by psychotically giving a large chunk to the church to make it right.

c.       Let's take a specific case and true story: All Christians know that if you divorce your spouse for reasons other than adultery, there are going to be huge barriers put in place within the church against them. For example, imagine a preacher's wife wanting to leave her otherwise perfect husband when he has been totally faithful to her. Knowing ahead of time that leaving her husband will cause her huge shame and criticism, she begins to fabricate schizophrenic and psychotic behaviours that embarrass shame and humiliate her innocent husband in public. He righteously bears up for months or years, but she keeps increasing the pressure and heat of shame and humiliation until he has had enough and takes some kind of action against her. Now he is the bad guy who has no compassion for his "sick wife" and she is the innocent victim who is now free to leave him for "no cause" AND remain in the church with little criticism of divorcing her husband. She wants a divorce so she creates the illusion that she is mentally ill through bizarre and psychotic behaviour which others focus on in the forefront, while excusing her "no cause" divorce in the background. They reason that "her personal mental problems are far greater than the smaller problem of her divorce". These wives actually want to end up in the mental asylum and be labeled mentally ill, for only then, will walking away from their perfect and innocent husbands be tolerated. If she just gets up one day and divorces her husband, she will be marked, rebuked and withdrawn from by the local church. But if she gets herself diagnosed with some mental illness, either formally or in the general opinion of those who know her, she can leave her husband and people actually support her sympathetically because "she is mentally ill and needs help".

d.      All these specific kinds of "big ticket sins" produce schizophrenic like behaviours in an effort to get the other members of the church to ignore God's law being applied because the focus is on their "mental illness". Exceptions are made and moral slack is granted to the person exhibiting these psychotic thoughts and behaviours because they are viewed as "sick" and in need of help. These exceptions and slack given are a huge mistake because there is no exception for sin on judgement day just because a psychiatrist offered a diagnosis to excuse the sin.

e.      A specific goal of the sinner is to divide the church over how to "deal with" the sinner when they refuse to repent. Half the church correctly calls for immediate withdrawal from the unrepentant sinner but the other half of the church feels this is cruel and heartless, given the obvious sickness caused by the mental illness.

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10.      Smokescreen for secret sin that is soon to be discovered: EDS-7.4.10

a.      When Christians are practicing secret sin and their evil is soon to come to light, they routinely have sudden onset of schizophrenic and psychotic behaviour.

b.      This is so common and has happened in so many local churches, that it is amazing that more have not exposed the psychotic behaviour for the smokescreen that it is.

c.       Take for example a 35 year old husband and father of three who leads singing, breaks bread and fills in for when the preacher is away. One day he just snaps and begins telling people that aliens are trying to get him, that he is hearing voices and he wants to kill himself. This creates an immediate and significant reaction from everyone and he ends up in the mental hospital. No one knows why. The chemical psychiatrists blame it on a chemical imbalance in his brain and prescribe neuroleptics for the rest of his life. However, it is later discovered that he had an affair a few months earlier when he was away for a 3 week business trip 1000 miles away. The psychotic behaviour began the day after she showed up in the parking lot of his employer and announced she had moved to town to be near him. When confronted with being exposed as an adulterer to his local church, friends, family and wife, he chose to move into the realm of the irrational as an escape from reality. His bizarre behaviours would neutralize the scorn and rebuke for his sin because he is "sick" and needs our encouragement in his time of need.

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11.  Avoid deserved rebuke, criticism, shame: EDS-7.4.11

a.      When Christians engage in very sinful behaviour, they know they are going to be rebuked and withdrawn from by the local church unless they accept the rebuke and repent of their sin.

b.      Instead of giving up their sinful lifestyle, they consciously choose to engage in psychotic, delusional, paranoid and schizophrenic behaviours.

c.       They will widely advertise their "mental illness" by discussing their delusions to anyone that will listen.

d.      Now that they are labeled by their church friends and family as "mentally ill" or "something is not right with her lately" kind of comments, they will then expect everyone to turn a blind eye to their sinful behaviour.

e.      Instead of open rebuke and shame, the person actually gets sympathy from many church members who are unaware that chemical imbalances of the brain are mythical.

f.        Those that correctly ignore a psychiatric diagnosis and focus on the sinful behaviours for what they are will do the opposite: they refuse to give sympathy and insist on rebuke, criticism and withdrawal (Mt 18).

g.      Shockingly, those who rebuke and shame the "mentally ill" person for their sinful behaviours are seen as unloving, unsympathetic and evil.

h.      A church is divided to the utter joy of the sinner as many unwise members shower them with sympathy, support and praise, while marking those who do not as evil.

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12.  Self-punishment for personal failures or to ease a guilty conscience: EDS-7.4.12

a.      People know when they have done stupid things and make stupid choices. Young women are notorious for being "cutters" of themselves with knives. It is a form of self-punishment because they know how evil they really are. All their friends and family will say nice things to them and tell them how good they are. The woman knows these are cheap lies as much as those who tell them to her. So she harms herself in some way to ease her guilty conscience. "Cutters" are self-haters.

b.      Psychotic and schizophrenic behaviours are chosen after people end up in jail. Depression, self-depredation of food and sleeping on the cold concrete floor beside the soft bed are examples of self-punishment.

c.       In a society where no one is held responsible for their stupidity, perhaps self-punishment is better than no punishment because it may lead to true repentance.

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Dogs

Bewitched

13.  Victimhood: EDS-7.4.13

a.      A victim is a status that results from a real event but victimhood is an attitude. Acceptance is the healing factor in life's frequent tragedies or traumas which restores one to full functionality. Help and sympathy from others is welcomed and needed but they never think of themselves as a victim. "Victims" seek the "extended benefits package", the "red carpet treatment" and "full valet" service. Victimhood is when a person exploits their genuine trauma for some additional personal gain through exaggerated self-disablement.

a.      The classic example is a person genuinely injured (whiplash) in a car accident who refuses to return to full functionality even after their injuries have healed for insurance money or extended time off work.

b.     Then there are those who fraudulently claim "whiplash", play the role of a victim and exploit as much as they can. Likewise, some people manufacture psychotic behaviours in order to make themselves victims in response to life tragedy, trauma or circumstance.

c.      Victimhood is a strategy to gain other benefits like money, sympathy or revenge.

d.       Post-traumatic Stress disorder is a classic example of a victimhood strategy to gain the benefit of cash for life and escape life duty. Fraudulent claims of whiplash are to the body are what PTSD to the soul but both find union in self-disablement and benefit seeking.

e.     When victimizers represent themselves as a victim, this is a classic example of victimhood strategy to gain the benefit of sympathy if their victim complains to others about their treatment. The case of "Bewitched" is a good example of victimizers portraying themselves as a victim for personal benefits. An insubordinate and rebellious wife slanders her innocent husband to members of the church and when he rises to defend himself, she begins to play the role of a victim, perhaps becoming depressed or psychotic, so she can use his "attack" as proof her slander was true and gain sympathy.

f.       A jilted lover whose life collapses into depression after being dumped is a classic example of victimhood strategy to gain the benefit of revenge against the one who dumped them. Victimhood is a way to obligate the lost lover to "return" as a payment they owe for damages (depression) they caused by leaving. The case of "Dogs" and is a good example of this kind of victimhood.

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13.  Epicurean hedonism: EDS-7.4.14

a.      Epicurean hedonism is the belief that personal pleasure is the greatest good and prime goal of life. It is when a person satisfies his personal lusts without regard to the harm done to either themselves or others.

b.      “And you were dead in your trespasses and sins, in which you formerly walked according to the course of this world, according to the prince of the power of the air, of the spirit that is now working in the sons of disobedience. Among them we too all formerly lived in the lusts of our flesh, indulging the desires of the flesh and of the mind, and were by nature children of wrath, even as the rest.” (Ephesians 2:1–3)

c.      “Therefore God gave them over in the lusts of their hearts to impurity, so that their bodies would be dishonored among them. For they exchanged the truth of God for a lie, and worshiped and served the creature rather than the Creator, who is blessed forever. Amen.” (Romans 1:24–25)

 

 

 

 

Etiological Diagnostic Snapsheet #5

(EDS-7.5)

Monetary benefits from psychotic behaviour

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1.      With a psychiatric diagnosis, I can quit my job where I work 40 hours a week on night shift, and make more money with the freedom to do whatever I want all day long. It will be just like early retirement!

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2.      I am trying to get myself diagnosed with a mental disorder because on welfare I get $800 per month, working full time I only make $1100 per month, but on psychiatric disability I will get $1800 per month. I deserve a raise!

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3.      I am already on the psychiatric disability welfare "cash for life" lottery. Now I get everything for free! My winning lottery ticket was given to me by a psychiatrist, who wrote the winning numbers on a paper called a "psychiatric diagnosis" and a prescription for lots of free neuroleptic drugs!

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4.      My permissive single mother did a terrible job of raising me and now I am a lazy, spoiled and unemployable, high school dropout who won't find a job and move out. Since there is a history of mental illness in our family, my mother took me to a psychiatrist and he told me I had the same genetic chemical imbalance as my father and got me on psychiatric disability. "Who would have thought?" Of course, I must give all the money to my mother for room and board, but she gives me a small allowance each month for my cigarettes. I hope my mother is proud of me, now that I am financially contributing to her own welfare income and child support from dad. With my disability income, now so she can afford those trips to Mexico every year. She rewards me if I give her my disability cheque by letting me play video games all night long in the basement.

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5.      My father is fed up with me freeloading off of him at age 20. I live with my parents and really don’t want to bother getting my own apartment and making my own meals and doing my own laundry so I chose to live in an insane asylum, mental hospital or jail where all my personal needs, including food, clothing and shelter are provided. Life is so much work and is such a bother! Now what behaviour choices must I make in order to get myself thrown in jail or a mental ward? I hope they use real mashed potatoes because I hate instant! "It appears from Munthe's story, however, that the young woman preferred the social role of hysterical patient at the Salpétriere [asylum] to that of peasant girl in her village. Evidently, life in the hospital was more exciting and rewarding than her "normal" existence—a contingency Munthe seriously underestimated." (The Myth of Mental Illness, Thomas Szasz, 1961 AD, p20)

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6.      The government has legislated labour laws so that if I start acting all depressed and claim I am having nightmares, a psychiatrist will diagnosis me with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and then I qualify for all kinds of benefits and money.

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7.      My employer offers a medical benefits package negotiated by the union that gets me up to 6 months paid time off work if a psychiatrist diagnoses me with one of the 300 depression or anxiety disorders. Hmmm which one do I want to have and how will I need to behave to achieve this?

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8.      My insurance policy has a clause in it that allows me to get 90% of my regular pay, if I have a nervous breakdown of some type. So many types to choose from but only one blank space on the insurance claim form to fill in.

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9.      If I am able to get on psychiatric disability, the government will then pay all my regular healthcare bills including a fabulous dental plan and free hunting and fishing permits!

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10.  I have always had a problem with self-control and from a young age would blink, twitch, grunt, make strange facial contortions. As an adult, my psychiatrist told me I have Tourette's syndrome. He told me I have a broken brain, from an inherited DNA disorder and put me on psychiatric drugs for life. As a biological misfit, I got a job as a circus clown, where I make people laugh at my strange uncontrollable facial contortions as my brain misfires and malfunctions. Of course, when I go home at night, I can control my contortions, but when the circus curtain goes up, I have learned to increase them for the audience. While I could check myself into the "Institute for Self-control" and rid myself of my Tourette's, I have no incentive, since I make a lot of money entertaining people. My diagnosis is my source of income. My life centers around my disease.

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11.  I love to talk about myself and really enjoy my social time with a paid counselor or therapist. But this is costing me $400 per month and if I can be labeled a schizophrenic, I will get unlimited free therapy as often as I want and all my social needs will be met!

 

 

Etiological Diagnostic Snapsheet #6

(EDS-7.6)

The Annoyance Scale

Self-diagnose how annoying you are to others.

The Law of Annoyance Toleration Threshold (ATT) EDS-7.7.5.ATT: Relatives, who endure the annoying behaviour choices of the insane, will seek relief when their maximum threshold of toleration is crossed.

People who suffer from or complain of their own behavior are called "neurotic". When that person's behavior causes others to complain and suffer, we call this "psychotic."

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1.      I make myself out to be sick, even though medical doctors find nothing biologically wrong with my body.

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2.      I have been told by a medical doctor that I have a chemical imbalance in my brain, even though he took no medical tests and has no medical evidence.

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3.      I am unwilling to work, although medical tests say I have no physical diseases or problems to hinder my employment.

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4.      I expect the same sympathy and compassion for my sinful behaviour, being mentally ill, as though I had been injured in a car accident.

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5.      I create dependency on others for no medical reason.

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6.      I cause interference with the quiet peace of others.

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7.      Others cater and serve my needs with their time and energy.

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8.      I cost others large amounts of money through destructive living, court costs, publically funded lawyers, welfare, disability, begging, physical damage of property, professional fees, debts that have gone into collection, not paying my rent to landlords. I use every legal means available, at no cost to myself, to live rent free for up to 5 months, all the while collecting welfare. I accept unnecessary, compassionate gifts of money to avoid starvation and freezing to death in the cold on the street.

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9.      I am lazy and cause extra work for others.

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10.  I disrupt the peace of organized communities, parks, city centers and public gathering places.

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11.  I am troublesome and cause trouble for others.

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12.  I am a non-productive "leech" who contributes nothing to society. 

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13.  I am not only unemployed, I make myself unemployable. I deliberately sabotage any new job I start with strange behaviours so I get fired within the probationary period. This gets the welfare agency off my back so I can enjoy a few months of leisure before they require me to repeat the charade and start submitting resumes again. All the while I remain on welfare.

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14.  I embarrass and humiliate others.

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15.  I display thoughts and feelings that others dislike or disapprove of.

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16.  I am bothersome to others.

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17.  I physically threaten, assault, hurt and injure others with no consequences or personal liability.

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18.  I verbally threaten and intimidate others so they fear me.

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19.  I am offensive to others.

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20.  I am annoying to others.

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21.  I am controlling and demanding of others.

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22.  I am unpleasant to others.

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23.  I am inclined to the evil things the Bible warns against.

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24.  I behave in ways that others find socially unacceptable.

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25.  I cause others to walk on egg shells and feel uncomfortable.

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26.  I am moody and make people feel unpleasant by my presence.

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28.  I cause a net negative downward effect in every area of the society I live in: I cost money and time. I generally have low social and moral values.

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29.  I became a Christian, but fell away after a short time, then stopped attending church altogether.  I expected to be picked up for church, taken out for lunch after, given cash and dropped off home. I view the church as another welfare organization to serve me. I am a drain on a church's resources, not a contributor. If I do contribute, it is a manipulative ploy to get money or services. When I volunteer to clean up the church building, I always ask for money afterwards. However, when the church minister told me to walk or take a bus to church, I never showed up, unless I needed food or cash. Even though I am on welfare, when the minister made it clear that he was not going to give me money or food, and that I must be self-reliant like all the other members of the church, I was offended, and never showed up again. Then I spent the next year slandering the church and telling everyone how heartless, evil and hypocritical the church minister was.

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30. When I am asked to admit the trouble I cause others, I either deny it or lie.

 

 

 

Etiological Diagnostic Snapsheet #7

(EDS-7.7)

Self-diagnose your Mental Disorder

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#1: The Law of Narcissistic Behaviour Choice (NBC) EDS-7.7.1.NBC: People choose to engage in behaviours from which they derive some personal benefit.

Behaviours of the insane are always chosen to satisfy selfish interests. The behaviour choices of the mentally ill solve their problems, but to others these behaviours create problems. Always ignore any psychiatric diagnosis and check-list behaviours that underlay a psychiatric diagnosis. Such an inventory can usually be created in 5 minutes by asking the right questions. Once an inventory of behaviours has been check-listed, you need to ask these questions: 1. "What personal benefit does the individual derive from this behaviour choice?" 2. "Since the behaviour is a solution, what is the problem?" Benefits include: sympathy, escape from life duty or situation, free room and board from sympathetic relatives, disability benefits, avoiding criminal prosecution, escaping military duty, or escaping the need to be self-sufficient when finished military duty (PTSD).

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#2:  The Law of Derivative Personal Benefit (DPB) EDS-7.7.2.DPB: People quantify the cost/benefit ratio for any chosen behaviour.
In order to reach a desired goal, a person must subtract the negative calculated costs in reaching the goal from the benefits the goal provides. For example, a lazy person who doesn't want to work, will subtract the negative social stigma costs of spending a few months in an insane asylum and being diagnosed as a schizophrenic, from the benefit of securing a lifetime pension on psychiatric disability. This person is willing to endure the label of being insane for monthly income for life because they have computed the cost of working 6 days a week to be much greater than the stigma "cost" of being a mental patient. Another example is a selfish person who may subtract the hardships experienced while living as a "street person", with the benefit of the freedom to do whatever they want with absolutely no rules or anyone to tell they what to do or any personal commitments they must keep. This person values their freedom higher, than cost of sleeping on a hard sidewalk in the rain and snow. Like consumers in a store, they look at the price tag for the product they wish to buy and decide if they will pay it. The devil has deceived many through evolution and biopsychiatry with the idea that insanity is a disease and that no personal stigma should be attached to such "involuntary behaviours". For psychiatrists, removing personal accountability and any stigma of personal fault that is attached with mental illness, is a marketing strategy to increase their own professional consumer base. As the mental health industry removes the social costs and personal stigma of being insane, more people make the consumer choice to become part of the system and gain the corresponding benefits they seek. While most people view the stigma costs of being diagnosed with a mental disorder far greater than the benefits, some make the purchase. Like a game of chess, the "insane" have rationally calculated a number of possible behaviours, then chosen the one which beings about maximized personal benefit. In the case of "Hooky", Carl Jung was willing to be labeled as sickly, even epileptic to skip school for 6 months. However when he secretly learned how disappointed his parents were in him, this additional cost exceeded the benefits and he stopped his fainting spells and returned to school.

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#3: The Law of Narcissistic Selective Dysfunction (NSD) EDS-7.7.3.NSD: People will choose to become dysfunctional in tasks they dislike and functional in tasks they like.
A key observation of the annoying, unemployed and unemployable "mental patient" or "street person" is that while they can never get up in the morning for a job, get to work on time, they have a perfect punctuality record in getting to the place where free food is being handed out or to the mailbox the minute their welfare check arrives or arrive before the "bed and breakfast" shelter doors close for the night. While dysfunctional in most areas of their lives, they function to the highest efficiency in matters of gifts, free money, food consumption and sex. Full functionality in areas the self likes to participate in and dysfunction in areas the self dislikes, underscores the fact that insanity is a moral choice and not a disease. If it were a disease, the areas of function and dysfunction would not be divided exactly to correspond with selfish interests. For example, if someone is on psychiatric disability but the rules state they must try to "get a job", they will deliberately sabotage their new job with strange behaviour choices, in order to get fired. In this case, the person can report to the government welfare agency that they got a job, but were fired because of their mental illness. After a while, their caseworker just gives up asking them to get a job, assuming they are dysfunctional and simply unemployable.

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#4: The Law of Domino Problem Transference (DPT) EDS-7.7.4.DPT: People are quite happy creating problems for others in an attempt to solve their own.

Insanity is a selfish transference of one's own personal problems to those whom they come in regular contact with. These in turn, seek relief of the annoyances they suffer at the hands of the mentally ill. This is how the psychiatry industry had its historic origin. Historically, people would take their dysfunctional, annoying, offensive and troublesome relatives to the local preacher for relief. Today, mental illness and insanity are wrongly viewed as medical diseases rather than sinful behaviour habits, so the first place relatives seek relief from the problems their relatives have caused them, is the doctor rather than the church. Relatives find relief from their psychotic relatives through psychiatric drugs prescribed to their troublemaking relatives which functions as a chemical lobotomy or straitjacket to control the annoying behavior. Like three falling dominoes, the mentally ill transfer their problems to others who in turn transfer the problems to doctors who "fix" them with drugs.

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#5: The Law of Annoyance Toleration Threshold (ATT) EDS-7.7.5.ATT: Relatives, who endure the annoying behaviour choices of the insane, will seek relief when their maximum threshold of toleration is crossed.

In medicine, a diseased person seeks a doctor for relief of his own personal suffering when it becomes unbearable. In psychiatry, relatives seek relief from the personal suffering they experience at the hands of their insane family members. The sick seek a doctor to dispose of their disease but the family of the insane, seek a psychiatrist to dispose of the relative altogether by committing them to an asylum or getting them on welfare or psychiatric disability or psychiatric drugs. Doctors bring relief to the physically ill. Psychiatrists bring relief to the relatives of the "mentally ill". Relatives find the company of the "mentally ill" unpleasant but will not take actions to seek relief until the suffering they endure becomes intolerable. Some families have a high threshold of annoying behaviour they will endure before they are triggered into action to find relief, other families have a low threshold. Families with high annoyance toleration thresholds will often endure for years. Families with low annoyance toleration thresholds seek immediate relief. Like a teenager who keeps turning up the volume of his music, so too the insane will gradually increase the trouble they cause until they cross their families ATT. There are only two solutions available for the families of the mentally ill: 1) Banish the bothersome person from contact with the family by either throwing them out of the house to care for themselves, getting them welfare or psychiatric committal. 2) Prescribe psychiatric drugs to sedate a person into a chemical lobotomy which will reduce the annoying behaviours below the "annoyance toleration threshold". A drugged relative who smokes cigarettes all day in a quiet stupor is better than a noisy, mischievous interfering one. This is exactly how Ritalin brings relief to teachers from bright, active students who don't want to quietly sit in a chair for 5 hours. The "mentally ill" do not want to change in their annoying, embarrassing behaviours but those whom they come in contact with seek relief of such behaviours. The "mentally ill" come in first contact with psychiatrists, when their behaviour choices cause enough trouble for enough other people, who in turn seek relief when they can endure it no longer. Psychiatry and asylums are to immoral behaviour, what police and jails are to criminal behaviour.

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#6: Law of Symbiotic Treasury Parasitosis (STP) EDS-7.7.6.STP: The insane and the psychiatrist need each other to "feed off" public treasury for mutual financial survival.

Symbiosis in nature is when two very different living things find a mutual benefit from a relationship in feeding off of each other. A parasite feeds off the host to its harm. "Parasitic symbiosis" in psychiatry is where the doctor and the patient symbiotically need each other for their survival, as they both feed like parasites off of the same tax dollars "host". The insane cannot get monthly psychiatric disability welfare checks without the certification of the psychiatrist who in turn cannot bill the government for monthly income without the insane as a customer. Patient and doctor openly and willingly, with a mutual wink of the eye, use each other as a source of income that comes from taxation. The insane gets "cash for life" from disability and the psychiatrist gets rich from state "medical" budgets. The patient and psychiatrist are symbiotic parasites feeding off of taxpayer's money for their mutual nutritional needs. If the symbiotic relationship is terminated they both starve to death.

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#7: Law of Diagnostic Anosognosia Relativism (DAR) EDS-7.7.7.DAR: The insane reject the diagnosis of the psychiatrist and deny claims they have a chemical imbalance because they know all behaviour, including the psychiatrist's is plotted on the same bell curve.

In Medicine, anosognosia is the delusion of an Alzheimer's patient who denies they memory loss. In psychiatry, anosognosia is the delusion of a psychiatrist who denies he has misdiagnosed brain damage (chemical imbalance) that causes schizophrenia. Schizophrenics commonly say, “I am not sick. I don't need your help. I will not take your psychiatric drugs.” This is because a "Schizophrenic" knows their odd behaviour is the result of a conscious chose, not a disease. The schizophrenic know their psychotic thoughts and actions are personal freewill and voluntary choices of their human spirit, not robotic and involuntary misfiring's of broken brain wiring. Furthermore, schizophrenics know full well that their behaviour is on the outer edges of the bell curve of human behaviour.  They know their odd behaviour is viewed by others as odd and their strange thoughts are viewed by others as strange. Schizophrenics are always in full control of their behaviour, therefore psychotic behaviour is a freewill conscious choice. They can continue to practice odd behaviour if they chose, and they can stop practicing psychotic behaviour any time they have a change in will. Those who engage in behaviours associated with "mental illness" are fully aware they bother, annoy and concern others. They reject they are medically sick because they know they have made a rational decision to behave the way they do. They know they have full control over their behaviour and the power to change if they really wanted to. Biopsychiatrists deny the human spirit, freewill and view man as a collection of chemical wires, shocks and soups. Biopsychiatrists reject freewill and believe all behaviour, both good and bad, even their own behaviour, is 100% chemically driven and that bad behaviour is fixed by man-made chemicals called "neuroleptic drugs". This is because biopsychiatrists are really atheistic evolutionary humanists who hate the Bible, Christianity and God. The hypocrisy in their atheism is that they have appointed themselves gods and priests to decide which chemically driven behaviour are morally bad (their patients) and which chemically driven behaviour is good (their own). Psychiatrists do not view themselves as mentally ill, and if a schizophrenic offered to "fix" their behaviours so they were more psychotic, the psychiatrist would reply, “I am not sick. I don't need your help. I will not take your psychiatric drugs.” At this point, the schizophrenic can follow the example of the psychiatrist and diagnose the psychiatrist with anosognosia with great confidence. The psychiatrist's behaviours may be in the center of the bell curve of human behaviour and the schizophrenic's may be on the margins of the bell curve, but both are simple behaviour choices and not disease because both are plotted on the same bell curve. Insanity is difficult to define because its definition is relative to the individual who defines it. For example, in Sodom and Gomorrah or Gibeah, gang raping a visitor to town was considered normal (in the middle of the bell curve) because the majority of the townsfolk consented. However, to the townsfolk form which the raped visitor lived, such behaviour was considered psychotic because it was at the fringe of the same bell curve. Chemical imbalances and disease are not a factor. It all comes down to that silly grade nine class we all had where we tried to define normal behaviour which we learned, was defined as behaviour in the middle of the bell curve. Psychiatrists want to define those who drift too far from "normal" as having their behaviour driven by bad genes, broken brains and chemical imbalances. The insane therefore reject the diagnosis they are broken, sick and diseased merely because their behaviours, relative to the psychiatrists are nothing more than behaviour choices each has made freely. So when schizophrenics say to the psychiatrist, “I am not sick. I don't need your help. I will not take your psychiatric drugs”, it is the doctor who is in denial when told his diagnosis is invalid. We call this phenomenon, "diagnostic anosognosia" because the psychiatrist does not believe the schizophrenic who tells him his diagnosis is wrong.

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#8: Law of Psychopathic Modal Catalyst (PMC) EDS-7.7.8.PMC: The insane ignore requests to change their annoying or odd behaviours, but instead seek behaviour changes in others regardless of the harm they cause. In a cold and calculating way, the insane welcome and encourage others to counsel them to change because they view such efforts as evidence of having achieved enough bargaining power to make changes in how others treat them. After all, their behaviour is so powerful, that it the catalyst that has caused huge asylums to be built and millions of dollars spent in order to cater to their personal needs. The trouble, work and annoyance they cause others, don't bother their conscience at all, but are in fact part of their strategy to catalyze modal changes in others for their own benefit. They don't want to change their behaviours because then they lose their leverage to bring about changes in others. It is the odd behaviour that brings them special treatment and consideration. Only when they are annoying to others, do they receive the attention and control they need to get others to change. The behaviours of insanity are the tools of persuasion for achieving their ultimate goal of changing the way others relate to them. In order to solve their own problems and achieve their own personal goals, they cause problems for others. When they seem to show sorrow, say sorry and profusely apologize, it is gain relief from criticism without change. They have learned that saying "sorry it won't do that again" brings an immediate end to the verbal spanking they know they deserve. Take notice that they never actually make the corresponding changes in their behaviours. Such displays of sorrow, without any changes in behaviour is a deliberate, calculated, insincere psychopathic deception which should be marked, exposed and rebuked. The "insane" do not want to change, nor are they bothered by the trouble they cause others.

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#9: The Law of Manipulative Rhetorical Malingering (MRM) EDS-7.7.9.MRM: People who are unable to get what they want with normal modes of communication, will manufacture odd behaviors and conditions to "do the asking for them" in place of words to communicate or achieve their goals.

Schizophrenia is an intelligent language without words and a message that can be decoded as long as you ignore everything a Biopsychiatrist may have to say on the subject. All psychotic behaviour is a clear message "in code". People know they will be denied public disability if they just walk up and request it, so instead, they let their psychotic behaviours "do the asking for them" in the presence of a psychiatrist. People know they will be denied time off from work or house duties if they ask without a good reason, but instead they let illness, sadness or depression "do the asking" for them. Rape or incest victims may be unable to tell anyone with words, so they will manufacture psychotic behaviours as a communication that something really bad has happened to them and with a bit of wisdom you can "decode the message". Depression is when someone is sad for a specific reason for a period of time that is much longer than normal. Some depressed people will lie to others that they don’t know why they are sad all the time. If a person is depressed, they always know why. But most of the time if they told you the real reason, your patience and sympathy would quickly end. For example, when a child pouts in the corner and withdraws from playing with the other children, a mother will ask the child why they are choosing to behave that way. When the child says, "no reason, I am just sad today", the mother doesn't call a psychiatrist and drug the kid with Lithium. The mother wisely rejects the "I don't know" and says, "Are you sad, or mad, that I took the toy away from you and gave it to your sister to play with?" All human behaviour is a moral choice and when someone chooses a psychotic behaviour, you first need to identify the behaviour, and then determine what benefit the person derives from the psychotic behaviour. "All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely actors: they have their exits and their entrances; and one man in his time plays many parts, his acts being seven ages." (William Shakespeare) These "coded messages" sent through psychotic behaviour are manipulative because they are a vehicle to achieve a specific personal selfish benefit.

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#10: Law of Habitual Smokescreen Decoy (HSD) EDS-7.7.10.HSD: Psychotic behaviour is a smokescreen to defect attention away from the truth.

The mentally ill are chronic liars in both their words and actions. The insane always invent lies that serve as a decoy away from the truth they want to hide. Asking the insane why they act in offensive and annoying behaviours that cause trouble and work for others is futile because they will never tell you! Counselors, psychoanalysts and psychologists get paid by the hour so they silently listen to stories rather than demanding behaviour changes. Why someone has chosen to behave in a certain way is like asking a criminal to supply the evidence for his own conviction by confessing to the crime. Asking the insane why they act the way they do, is like watching a soap opera that draws you away from the reality into their fictional and emotional "never-never land" where they write the script. When you ask, "Why are you depressed" and they answer, "I don't know", or "the colour yellow bothers me, bla bla bla", only a fool would believe them. Only someone who gets paid $125 per session would listen! They know exactly why they are depressed but if they told you, they must take personal responsibility for their actions and cannot blame it on that mythical chemical imbalance of the brain. Delusion and paranoia are solutions to some problem they wish to avoid, or some benefit they seek. Asking them why they think aliens are trying to kill them is the wrong question. Asking them what sin they are trying to cover up by claiming aliens are trying to kill them, will draw out the truth. A Christian or a church minister must reject the first 3 or 4 lying, absurd answers until they realize you are not going to be conned or waste a lot of time with them. Only then, will they finally tell you the truth, that they have been having a homosexual affair with another member of the church, etc. All behaviour has a rational motive. If the answer to your question is not rational, reject it and ask the same question again and again and again until they finally tell you the truth. The behaviours of mental illness are a smokescreen to hide a problem they face. The correct approach is to recognize that if psychotic and schizophrenic behaviours are the solution, you need to discover what problem they are trying to solve.

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#11: Law of Locus Pentaphasic Transmutation (LPT) EDS-7.7.11.LPT: People take 5 years to get from where they do not want to be in the present, to where they want to be in the future.

When people are trapped in undesirable life situations AND are determined to escape, psychotic behaviours will appear then vanish once they achieve their new life destination at the end of five years. Before the era of psychiatric drugs invented in 1950's, the average duration of psychotic behaviour or committal to an asylum was 5 years, based upon historic records. Some people would enter the asylum as an escape and leave in a whole new life situation. Some would enter the asylum and accept their life situation and be restored. Some would never leave the asylum, because that is where they wanted to live. Sometimes is it very difficult to determination what problem the psychotic person is trying to solve. When all else fails to shed light as to the etiology of the psychosis, look at where they were when the behaviours started, then look at where they end up five years later. The law of Locus Pentaphasic Transmutation does not checklist psychotic behaviours, instead it documents structural and lifestyle changes between the beginning and end of the five years. Such an approach can unlock and totally solve the toughest cases. For example, a hard working business man suddenly develops psychotic behaviours and no one knows why. However, at the end of 5 years he is now a stay at home dad being supported by his wife. The etiology of his psychosis was a desire to escape the rat race of executive life. Another example is a preacher's wife of 25 years, who suddenly develops schizophrenic thought and behaviours and no one knows why. Simply wait five years and notice that she has left her husband and remarried. The etiology of her delusional and paranoid thinking was her unhappiness with her first husband. In both these examples, their "locus" in life "transmuted" in a predictable phase of five years. Why is five years the phase instead of 2 or 7 years? It is an instinctive function of our God-created spirits.

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#12: Law of Pediatric Multifarious Obfuscation (PMO) EDS-7.7.12.PMO: People desire complex explanations for psychotic behaviour because simpler ones can be understood by children.

Psychotic people love to overcomplicate their motives and reasons for their chosen behaviours and psychiatrists love to invent equally complicated diagnoses. The insane are delighted when they become the object of intense study and observation by highly intelligent and educated doctors, psychologists and therapists who in turn, fabricate complicated theories that are as bizarre as the psychotic behaviour itself! The history of psychiatry is an endless road of discarded biological causes of insanity. Historical causes of insanity included bad humoral blood, eating raw vegetables, hot baths, bad nerve fibers, overthinking, chemical imbalances in the brain, a uterus that moves around in the abdomen etc. All of these must be discarded because a child cannot understand it. While children are ill equipped to understand medicine, they are capable of deciphering human behaviour. Everything you ever needed to know about human behaviour, you already knew as a child. Mental illness is not a medical disease, but a behavior choice. Children see things in simple terms that adults often miss. A child observes various examples of psychotic behaviour and says to his mother profoundly simple etiologies for that behaviour: "he enjoys acting like a clown, he is angry about something, sad about something, he is a bad man, he needs a spanking, he likes people to give him stuff" etc. When all else fails, forget all the theories of Biopsychiatric and look at the psychotic man from the way a young child would see him. Dylan wrote good advice to psychotherapists: "I was so much older then, I'm younger than that now."

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#13: Law of Anticipatory Warthog Psychosis (AWP) EDS-7.7.13.AWP: Schizophrenia is how the mind rationalizes the irrational.

When people have no options left but to face punishment, they develop schizophrenia in advance the same way warthogs begin squealing and stamping their feet before they begin to run through an electric fence. It is an amazing thing to witness warthogs cross through an electric fence in the Elephants Valley of Botswana. They tend to rev themselves up well before the event, hopping around on one little spot while they squeal and squeal and generally psych themselves up for the crossover. And then they let fly-straight for the nearest hole beneath the fence. Of course, the transition would be perfectly safe if it wasn't for the famous fact that warthogs can't run without holding their tails straight up in the air, like CB antennas on a techno-hippie's Ford Cortina in the 1970's. Seeing a warthog cross an electric fence really is funny, if you're the kind who likes to see animals act stupidly. Even more so if you like studying the Doppler effect being applied to the animal kingdom. You know? The well-known physical effect of sound as it changes pitch when, for instance, an ambulance with its siren on passes you on a long straight road. The sound keeps changing as the source nears and the sound waves are compressed. And then it becomes a long stretched-out wail as the vehicle passes and screams past you into the distance. A kind of "weeu-weeu-weeu-waa-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-u-u-uh-h-h-h-h..." sound. It is the same with warthogs. They start with a high-pitched squeal which becomes a long, distorted wail, until they hit the fence. But that's where the similarity to the Doppler effect ceases to apply. The moment the tail hits the bottom wire and grounds the current, the steady squeal turns into a brief, but hysterical shriek. But however terrible, the shock is brief, and a moment later the pig clears the fence and emerges on the other side in a cloud of orange dust and snorts of indignation, before dribbling away as if nothing had happened. Now, to my mind, a warthog crossing an electric fence is not the really funny part. The truly perplexing part of the whole story is why the pigs invariably decide an hour or two later that they simply have to return to where they had original come from. And then they go through the whole charging up ritual all over again-but this time in reverse. Pigs are said to be intelligent creatures, but I have my doubts. A 40 year old Christian suddenly develops psychotic behaviour that is entirely out of character because he knows sooner or later, his secret sin will be discovered. Just as the warthog starts squealing in advance of the shock, so too is a Christian who starts psychotic behaviour in advance of secret sin being discovered. The mind has no place to go. The internal stress of cognitive dissonance seeks to avoid the feeling of a guilty conscience. As the great war between the flesh and the spirit rages the mind is finally ripped in two in an effort to avoid confession and repentance. The impossible rationalization of a mind that wants to view itself as a Christian, while engaged in secret sin, is like trying to take the square root of -1. Schizophrenia is how the mind rationalizes two irreconcilable views of self. The mind rationalizes the irrational by moving itself from rational world into an irrational fantasy world of its own creation. Schizophrenia is the solution to the problem and unifies the divided self (an adulterous Christian) in the imaginary world. The result is in inner peace and a clear conscience whose foundation is self-delusion. The warthog fabricated psychotic behaviours of stamping around and squealing before it finally started to run and endure the punishment of the electric fence to reach a real inner peace and blessing on the other side.

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#14: Law of Total Nefarious Recall (TNR) EDS-7.7.14.TNR: If you cannot remember something, it either never happened, or it is not bothering you. You always remember things that bother you. In criminal cases, the chances a guilty person will claim they cannot remember details is directly proportional to how much that detail bothers them. The chances that someone being cross-examined in a criminal trial will be unable to remember something they did, is directly proportional to how self-incriminating that action is.

Repressed Memory Syndrome (RMS) or psychogenic amnesia is pure junk pop-psychology gone to seed. It is impossible to differentiate between true and fabricated memories without independent corroborating evidence. "Mandatory abuse reporting" laws lead police to lay charges based solely on the singular testimony of what a "victim" has suddenly remembered. Psychotherapists are responsible for the arrest of countless innocents. Electro-Convulsive Shock Therapy (ECT) uses huge amounts of electricity to damage the brain and cause the targeted memory loss. Repressed Memory Syndrome assumes that things you cannot remember will depress you but ECT assumes that you cannot be depressed by memories wiped out by shocks. ECT and Repressed Memory Syndrome are in contradiction with one another thus exposing both as junk science. RMS brings remembrance to forgotten memories but ECT does the opposite by making you forget things that bother you. The various "therapeutic" techniques used to surface so called "repressed memories" from the "Personal Unconscious" into the "conscious" do nothing more than provide a "face-saving" game for the person to feel secure and finally stop lying and tell you what they know has been bothering them all along. Church ministers have a similar therapeutic technique where people feel safe and comfortable to talk about things in their past that causes them depression in the present: confessional. When sinners confess to a minister they never confess sins that never happened. Psychologists get nefarious (false) memories which lead to the destruction of innocent men. Pastors get true confessions which bring salvation with the release of guilt to the forgiving God who loves them.

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#15: Law of Misfortune Culpability Aversion (MCA) EDS-7.7.15.MCA: People avoid taking responsibility for the contribution they have made in creating their own problems.

A person psychiatric disability is depressed and unhappy with his life given he can only find menial low paying employment. He avoids any discussion that this is a consequence of dropping out of high school in grade 9 and living at home as a bum until his parents kicked him out at age 18. He blames society, the school system and his parents for his misfortune rather than himself.

 

Conclusion:

1.      Schizophrenia, insanity, madness are synonymous terms that describe an individual who has chosen to allow themselves to form the habit of engaging in sinful behaviours that annoy, bother, offend, threaten others and create their own false reality of self-delusion for the purpose of personal gain or escaping some personal life problem; which they achieve through the control of others through lies, manipulation, and sympathy through outward displays of self-created sickness, suffering, hardship and victimhood.

2.      “The way of the wicked is like darkness; They do not know over what they stumble.” (Proverbs 4:19)

a.       Many people are hurting without ever knowing why.

b.      Living the way Jesus commands, is the pathway to a happier, joy-filled life!

3.      We are all sinners but Jesus died on the cross so that all your sins could be forgiven and forgotten. You can look up all sins in your own Bible: Gal 5:19-21; Rom 1:29-32; 3:23; 13:1-13; 2 Cor 12:20-21; Eph 5:3-5; 1 Tim 1:8-10; 2 Tim 3:1-8; Lev 18; Job 31; Deut 18:9-12; 22:5; 2 Chron 33:6; Titus 1:5-12; Matt 6:7; Lk 15:12; Jas 4:17; 1 Jn 3:4; Rev 21:8; 22:15.

4.      You have now completed Self Help Biblical Psychiatry Test #3 and have all the information you need to correct your own behaviour problems without bothering anyone else about it.

a.      Remember that church ministers were the historic experts on insanity and all aberrant, sinful behaviours. There was a medical takeover from church ministers, so that today people go to professional atheists whose moral foundation is very different from what the Bible reveals. These "professional counselors" today, will do everything in their power to get you to have as many "paid sessions" as you are willing to agree to. They have a dis-incentive to tell you things that will anger you, so they tell you what you want to hear rather than the truth.

b.      Church ministers view your problems as a distraction from their central work of saving the world from sin through the gospel of Christ. They do not get paid and they have no incentive to engage in long term counseling sessions. That is exactly why you can trust them completely to tell you the truth, the same truth that "professional counselors" avoid. Church ministers give much better advice than paid counselors, that is, if paid counselors ever give you any advice at all! A professional counselor views your problems as the central focus of their purpose and their primary source of their income. Church ministers view your problems as a hindrance and distraction to their primary purpose and derive no income from fixing your problems.

c.       We have told you the truth and it probably angered you. That's another problem you need to deal with.

d.      Once you confess your sins and repent (make changes) church ministers will do everything they can to help you with the same compassion, love and empathy Jesus gave to penitent sinners. The problem is that you have been lied to and deceived by the devil into believing the myth that behaviours are caused by brain chemistry and that mental illness is a medical problem rather than a behaviour choice.

5.      If you are really ready to make sweeping changes in your life and give your life to Christ, the best way to improve yourself is to start reading your Bible daily and begin attending a Bible believing church in your own home town: Find me a church in my own home town now!

 

 

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1.         "The spirit of a man can endure his [physical] sickness, But as for a broken spirit who can bear it? " (Proverbs 18:14)

2.         "Anxiety in a man's heart weighs it down, But a good word makes it glad. " (Proverbs 12:25)

3.         "A joyful heart makes a cheerful face, But when the heart is sad, the spirit is broken. " (Proverbs 15:13)

4.         "Words from the mouth of a wise man are gracious, while the lips of a fool consume him; the beginning of his talking is folly and the end of it is wicked madness. " (Ecclesiastes 10:12-13)

5.         "The hearts of the sons of men are full of evil and insanity is in their hearts throughout their lives. Afterwards they go to the dead. " (Ecclesiastes 9:3)

6.         "The heart is more deceitful than all else and is desperately sick; Who can understand it?" Jeremiah 17:9

7.         "And hearing this, Jesus said to them, "It is not those who are healthy who need a physician, but those who are sick; I did not come to call the righteous, but sinners." Mark 2:17

8.         "God heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds. " (Psalm 147:3)

 

 

 

By Steve Rudd: Contact the author for comments, input or corrections.

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