Re: Dissociative identity disorder is More "Normal" Then People Think
i think the point Darth is making is meant to create deliberately confusion - it's one of those opinions that one can't imagine any sane person having (like the other i just saw on this forum, which is too fantastic for me even to begin to reply, that there'd actually be nothing wrong with the NWO). There are certain opinions people on the net often seem to promote that are just so unreasonable and ununderstanding that one simply must label the people promoting them automatically as agents. One can never find such opinions from people in real life in the circle of one's friends or their friends.
It's true people differ psychologically from each other, but the line between a mental disease and eccentricity is drawn in water. There are no clear definitions when something is an issue of mental health and when it's just eccentric/personal behaviour. Sure, we all can dissociate from certain actions or things we say or do at the moment of doing them, like when flying into a rage, but multiple personalities that dissociate from each other are not normal.
And it most certainly is not normal if one's mind has been artificially messed up by other people - do you really think the CIA and the military use resources money and time for mind control and come up with nothing? Or do not use what they come up with for anything at all that would increase their upper hand and control? To imagine thus is extremely foolish.
As for your silly DBSD, it is not up to you to tell anyone else that their beliefs are delusional. You are not the judge of why someone believes what they do, what inner reasons and associations they have. They may be mistaken in your view, and you may try to explain this to them, but that is where your right ends. i encourage empathy and tolerance. The one who seems most insane may turn out to be the best of the lot - even if not according to your standards.
Last edited by zacatecas : 04-08-2009 at 02:49 AM.