Our expert says:
"Disorder" is generally a matter of degree. If whatever state of mind it is, grows to the point that it causes harm, interferes with one effectively and efficiently carrying out one's daily duties at home, at work, and in relationsips, it could be a disorder. If someone is cheerful and can use that positively, No. If they're so unrealisticalyl cheerful that they take needless risks and ignore rdangers, Yes.
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