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    Default psychforums.com - Psychological Disorders Forum

    Every now and then I'll visit this forum. They have about 200 sub-forums for people with every major psychological disorder. Lots of interesting reading.

    Besides this place, there is probably nowhere else on the internet with that many troubled people.

    Has anyone else been there?

    Here are all the categories they have:

    List of Psychological Disorders

    * General Topics
    o Living With Mental Illness
    o Just For Fun
    o Poetry Corner
    o Hope
    o Grief and Loss
    o Anger Management
    o Self Esteem
    * Relationship Issues
    o Relationship Forum
    o Sexuality Forum
    * Abuse Issues
    o Bullying Forum
    o Child Abuse Forum
    o Cult Abuse Forum
    o Domestic Abuse Forum
    o Elder Abuse Forum
    o Rape and Sexual Assault Forum
    o Sexual Abuse and Incest Forum
    o Verbal Abuse Forum
    * Anxiety Disorders
    o Acute Stress Disorder
    o Agoraphobia
    o Anxiety Disorder NOS
    o Generalized Anxiety Disorder
    o Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
    o Panic Disorder
    o Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
    o Social Phobia
    o Specific Phobia
    * Adjustment Disorders
    o Adjustment Disorder
    * Childhood Disorders
    o Asperger's Syndrome
    o Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
    o Autism
    o Childhood Disintegrative Disorder
    o Childhood Disorder NOS
    o Childhood Eating Disorders
    o Conduct Disorder
    o Disruptive Behavior Disorder NOS
    o Dyslexia
    o Learning Disorders
    o Mental Retardation
    o Mixed-Receptive-Expressive Language Disorder
    o Oppositional Defiant Disorder
    o Pervasive Developmental Disorder NOS
    o Reactive Attachment Disorder
    o Rett's Disorder
    o Selective Mutism
    o Separation Anxiety Disorder
    o Stuttering
    o Tourette's Syndrome
    * Cognitive Disorders
    o Alzheimer's Disease
    o Amnestic Disorder
    o Cognitive Disorder NOS
    o Delerium
    o Dementia
    o Huntington's Disease
    o Parkinson's Disease
    * Dissociative Disorders
    o Depersonalization Disorder
    o Dissociative Amnesia
    o Dissociative Disorder NOS
    o Dissociative Fugue
    o Dissociative Identity Disorder
    * Eating Disorders
    o Anorexia Nervosa
    o Binge Eating
    o Bulimia Nervosa
    * Factitious Disorders
    o Factitious Disorder
    o Malingering
    o Munchausen by Proxy
    o Munchausen Syndrome
    * Impulse Control Disorders
    o Compulsive Lying
    o Gambling Addiction
    o Impulse-Control Disorder NOS
    o Intermittent Explosive Disorder
    o Kleptomania
    o Pyromania
    o Shoplifting Addiction
    o Trichotillomania
    * Mood Disorders
    o Bipolar Disorder
    o Cyclothymic Disorder
    o Depression
    o Depressive Disorder NOS
    o Dysthymic Disorder
    o Postpartum Depression
    o Seasonal Affective Disorder
    * Personality Disorders
    o Antisocial Personal Disorder
    o Avoidant Personality Disorder
    o Borderline Personality Disorder
    o Dependent Personality Disorder
    o Histrionic Personality Disorder
    o Narcissistic Personality Disorder
    o Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder
    o Paranoid Personality Disorder
    o Personality Disorder NOS
    o Schizoid Personality Disorder
    o Schizotypal Personality Disorder
    * Psychotic Disorders
    o Brief Psychotic Disorder
    o Delusional Disorder
    o Schizoaffective Disorder
    o Schizophrenia
    o Shared Psychotic Disorder
    * Sexual Disorders
    o Gender Identity Disorder
    o Paraphilias
    o Sexual Addiction
    o Sexual Disorder NOS
    o Sexual Dysfunctions
    * Sleep Disorders
    o Breathing-Related Sleep Disorder
    o Dyssomnia NOS
    o Hypersomnia
    o Insomnia
    o Narcolepsy
    o Nightmare Disorder
    o Parasomnia NOS
    o Primary Sleep Disorders
    o Sleep Terror Disorder
    o Sleepwalking Disorder
    * Somatoform Disorders
    o Body Dysmorphic Disorder
    o Conversion Disorder
    o Hypochondriasis
    o Pain Disorder
    o Somatization Disorder
    o Somatoform Disorder NOS
    o Undifferentiated Somatoform Disorder
    * Substance Abuse Disorders
    o Alcohol Addiction
    o Drug Addiction

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    WOWW!! I had no idea there are so many things that can go wrong with your mind...

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    i'm sure it would be very interesting...but i'd feel like i was intruding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    i'm sure it would be very interesting...but i'd feel like i was intruding.
    ohhh they won't care if you intrude, depending on the disorder. I'm sure the Narcissists would like the attention.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    ohhh they won't care if you intrude, depending on the disorder. I'm sure the Narcissists would like the attention.
    haha...i'm not sure if they would be the interesting ones...maybe??
    maybe i'll go look...thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Every now and then I'll visit this forum. They have about 200 sub-forums for people with every major psychological disorder. Lots of interesting reading.

    Besides this place, there is probably nowhere else on the internet with that many troubled people.
    After I read this far, I thought, "Wow, cool! It's just like being air-dropped into a zoo full of wild animals, so you can see them up close! If you can survive."

    Since web navigation/access and mental coherence (enough to type posts) is a criteria here, that will screen out some of the worse cases; but probably the more articulate members of each grouping will be able to interact.

    I will have to look at it, thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    haha...i'm not sure if they would be the interesting ones...maybe??
    maybe i'll go look...thanks.
    Yeah they aren't really. I like the schizophrenics and the people with multiple personalities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Yeah they aren't really. I like the schizophrenics and the people with multiple personalities.
    oh yeah me too! so so interesting to me...love books and movies on the subject...just terrifying for them i can imagine but oh so interesting what the mind is capable of.
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    So what is "paraphilia?" Liking part? Does it mean people who love to leave things part-finished? I looked for it in the dictionary and it's not there.
    You can't spell "justice" without ISTJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    After I read this far, I thought, "Wow, cool! It's just like being air-dropped into a zoo full of wild animals, so you can see them up close! If you can survive."

    Since web navigation/access and mental coherence (enough to type posts) is a criteria here, that will screen out some of the worse cases; but probably the more articulate members of each grouping will be able to interact.

    I will have to look at it, thanks!
    Yeah that seems to be it. Most are coherent, but there are some fairly extreme cases there.

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