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Re: OCD and schizotypal happyflower

Posted by B2chica on June 28, 2006, at 10:22:23

In reply to Re: OCD and schizotypal B2chica, posted by happyflower on June 28, 2006, at 10:11:34

> And I believe there are a lot of myths and misinform about personality disorders.

i definately agree with that.

>It isn't something you do or not do, it is something you have and usually will always have it, but the symptoms can be greatly reduced with some medicines. But it isn't like you wake up one day and say I am not going to be such and such, it isn't a tempory state. But I think it is like astma, when you have it, you always have it, it might be in remission, but it is still there. At least until they can cure it. My book is published 2005, so it is rather current. But then again, this stuff is changing so fast, my book probably is already outdated.

kinda off topic but about the books, it's great that they get info out as quickly as they can, but in cases of classes it s@cks because usually you can't get many 'used' books because they are always changing...good for us unless we're students huh!
thanks HF





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