|Originally posted by Chimney |
Sorry, you're wrong. I say this as a person who's worked, interviewed and currently does his dissertation in depression and personality disorder.
I understand your view and why it would make sense to an uninformed person, however these pathologies enter the realm of disabilities to the point where said people cannot function at all anymore. And this is not only psychosis related, mostly neurosis.
have you ever experienced it personally?
what people term "psychosis" ?
all great philosophers and most intelligent people would advise you the same thing.
"do not comment on things which you have not experienced personally, for you know nothing of them, and nothing about them"
you do not have more knowledge than me on this. do not assume you do. do not call me "uninformed" when you lack experience. the studies you try to learn are all external based.
you cannot observe how a person actually feels. especially when they're unresponsive or the feelings they have are hard to be expressed in words.
studying the brain is not studying the mind or consciousness itself.
im a really popular topic at the secret society conventions