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Posted by: SUE | 2010/03/01

Does this have a label?

ubject: RE: EMOTIONALLY INTENSE
Posted by: Sue | 1/3/2010
Would she have a ''''label?''''
Intensely and fiercely defends or argues with people. If crossed, wipes people out of her life and will not have any dealings with them again, even family members.Cries in frustration at least three times a day.
Family members are nervous of her reaction to new subjects, because she may ''''errupt'''' one way or another.
Tasks that others find normal and part of everyday life, are an enormous big deal for her. (eg. having friends over for a meal)
She may regularly end up in tears, and or fighting with her husband who tries to help.
Smokes and drinks ferociously, as well as smokes dagga at least four times a day.

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What would be the purpose or use of a "label" ? Medical diagnoses are helpful where they point the way towards the right treatment, etc. Sounds more like a form of personality disorder ( that is, not a disease, but a problem arising from the sort of person she is, which she can with help learn to modify usefully. And of course the dagga and alcohol will not help promote emotional stability ( I hop[e her psychologist has been made aware of this ) - as both tend to make a person more emotionally unstable and exciteable

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Posted by: cybershrink | 2010/03/01

What would be the purpose or use of a "label" ? Medical diagnoses are helpful where they point the way towards the right treatment, etc. Sounds more like a form of personality disorder ( that is, not a disease, but a problem arising from the sort of person she is, which she can with help learn to modify usefully. And of course the dagga and alcohol will not help promote emotional stability ( I hop[e her psychologist has been made aware of this ) - as both tend to make a person more emotionally unstable and exciteable

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