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  • Writer's pictureRalph Goodwin

Sociopathic Political Actors File

Published By : Goodwin-RC : CEO +1News Central

MAY 3RD, 2024

THIS PUBLICATION IS A PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION OF TWO PRINCIPAL DILEMMAS : COMPARABLES IN CORRUPTION CONSPIRACIES - AND - COMMON SENSE IN PUBLIC GALLERIES : NAMELY. WITHIN MODERN ERA US MAINSTREAMS.

"Inappropriate affect can be a symptom of different underlying physical or mental problems, but it can also be a disorder itself. Psychiatrists and other professionals have recognized inappropriate affect as a problem among patients for over 100 years, reporting events such as laughter or tears without any cause."

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"Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a serious psychological condition characterized by unstable moods and emotions, relationships, and behavior. During a BPD episode, a person may act impulsively, engage in risky behaviors, switch moods quickly, have higher levels of anger, appear numb, or experience paranoia.

An estimated 1.4% of the adult population has borderline personality disorder, with roughly three-quarters of the diagnoses occurring in women; although, it is suggested that this is due to high rates of misdiagnosis in men.1"

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"Autonomy versus shame and doubt is the second stage of Erik Erikson’s stages of psychosocial development. This stage occurs between the age of 18 months and around age 2 or 3 years. According to Erikson, children at this stage are focused on developing a greater sense of self-control."

"Emotional lability is the tendency to shift rapidly and dramatically between different emotional states. People with high emotional lability are often described as "sensitive" or having "thin skin."

They may quickly transition between positive emotions like happiness, joy, excitement, enthusiasm, and amusement. But they also tend to experience negative feelings such as sadness more deeply than others.

The term comes from the Latin word labilis meaning "to totter, sway, or move in an unstable manner." Other terms for emotional lability include labile mood, labile affect, and reactivity.

Emotional lability is commonly seen in people with personality disorders such as borderline personality disorder but can also occur in conditions like bipolar disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)."

FOOD FOR THOUGHT

Stage 1: Trust vs. Mistrust (Infancy from birth to 18 months)

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Published By : Goodwin-RC : CEO +1News Central

MAY 3RD, 2024

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