Anonymous
Anonymous asked in HealthMental Health · 1 month ago

Why do psychiatrists diagnose personality disorders?

Personality disorders are not mental illness

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Most of their diagnoses are wrong And they only come up with them very quickly after hardly even knowing the patients so they can bill the insurance company because they need a diagnostic code for that. And then they will put somebody on a medication even though it’s probably not a good idea and many of those medications are extremely dangerous. The field of psychiatry relies on fear to ply its psychopharmacological wares manufactured by its criminal co-conspirator Big Pharma.  They want people to be terrified by giving them a scary diagnosis so that they can put them on neurotoxic medication and keep them coming back for refills to bill the insurance companies. Making somebody afraid by giving them a scary label which may not even be correct is not going to help the person. Psychiatrists don’t care about people. They only care about making money. Psychiatry is by and large a fraudulent and criminal enterprise protected by the government. Welcome to corporate America.

  • 1 month ago

    Optometrist frequently end up diagnosing people for a brain tumor. A doctor will diagnose you with anything they find. They will then send you on to a specialist in that field. 

  • Mark
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    They are, or they would not be called DISORDERS, but rather something like "personality quirks".

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