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    • avatar Minelabs 1

      Mood disorder = invented illness with not a shred of scientific evidence to prove it.

      • avatar MsSalmata 0

        Pls I would like to know how personality and personality disorder s can go awry? Just few examples will be OK thanks.

        • avatar RabbitSlippersBlog 1

          I am just starting out in school myself and this lecture was very helpful for me too! Thanks!

          • avatar After Midnight Tales 2

            just cause you had a crappy moment with who ever checked you and decided that something is wrong with you when nothing really is, dosnt mean you need to run down the street and yell " it's a lie" . so they made a mistake with you it dosnt mean it's a lie or fake or made up.

            • avatar After Midnight Tales 1

              LOOOL… listen, i get it that for you it's impossible to see through the eyes of the person who got a disorder but dont say that it's a made up thing. and no im not taking meds… you're a healthy person who got no issues with himself, good for you but dont tell a person who's in pain that it's all in his head, i thought that it's all in my head for a long time and one day i realized that it's not going away…so i guess it's not just in my head.

              • avatar After Midnight Tales 2

                think whatever you want, i know what ive been through…cause of my behavior i lost a lot of people who loved me cause i couldnt control my thoughts and actions and hurt them….

                • avatar After Midnight Tales 2

                  how can it be made up when suddenly the person's mood is changing so suddenly and for no reason? i got bipolar and it made me do things i thought i will never do like out of nowhere feel sad and thinking about sucide?

                  • avatar JT2012a 2

                    thank you for putting this up, very interesting.

                    • avatar skid728 1

                      Great presentation, thank u. One lesser known fact: Tylenol/Acetaminophen OD seams low risk, but it's a lethal attempt (an ER nightmare!). Acute acetaminophen poisoning takes so little & requires an antedote of: acetylcysteine/Mucomyst to stop rapid liver failure, & the window to get to the ER for life saving measures is encumbered because no one knew the lethality of it & the person seems fine. True, other methods allow NO time for intervention, but for a crisis response team – it's lethal!.

                      • avatar J Benedict 1

                        Thanks dr. Very helpful!

                        • avatar steve10286 1

                          Dr. Fiala, I just wanted to thank you because your lecture was a great helpf for me to review the material for my clinical diagnosis class for my MSW. Please keep helping us students with your great explanations!

                          • avatar Hellif Iknow 0

                            i salute the guy in the video for talking for almost 2 hours,,,, :) doesn't your throat hurt sir? heheh

                            • avatar Jasper Simon 1

                              So, if I had depressions and hypomania and mixed episode, I'm suposed to have Bipolar I, even if I NEVER had mania?
                              wtf? :o

                              • avatar dysvanlist 1

                                I think i'm dysthymic, not sure