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Re: Diagonstic labeling confusion

Posted by JayDee on July 20, 2004, at 22:54:39

In reply to Diagonstic labeling confusion, posted by Glydin on July 19, 2004, at 22:05:52

> ---I used to think a "diagnosis" was really important, and, after a fashion, I guess it is. Now, I feel more strongly about "symptoms" because there is so much mixing, comorbidity, and overlapping. Let's face it, we have not advanced so far to get individualized meds (that would be wonderful) and many meds cover many symptoms that are, indeed, stirred all up together - or at least that the way it's suppose to work (smile).

wow!! excellent post Glydin. Ive been doing ALOT of research on psychology myself recently to try to get some insight into my own problems. And I think I can honestly say I've found symptoms that directly(strongly) relate to me in just about EVERY personality disorder, and 'mental illness' out there, except for delusions.
to me it seems the best way to approach things for folks like me, psychopharmaceutically(is that a word?),is to go symptom by symptom rather than try to make a single or even bother to make multiple diagnosiss'
everything is connected, possibly moreso then most people realize.




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