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exhibitionism

exhibitionism

/ɛksɪbˈɪʃənˌɪzəm/
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compulsive display of one's genitals for the purpose of sexual gratification
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One is exhibitionism.

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gender dysphoria

gender dysphoria

/dʒˈɛndɚ dɪsfˈoːɹiə/
noun
the condition in which a person is overwhelmed by distress or impairment due to a mismatch between their biological sex and their gender identity
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And this can lead to a form of emotional pain commonly called gender dysphoria.

This is not to be confused, though, with gender dysphoria.

And stay tuned for my video on gender dysphoria.

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hyperactivity

hyperactivity

/ˌhaɪpɝækˈtɪvɪti/
noun
a state where a person is unusually active, is unable to stay focused or quiet for long, experienced mostly by children
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I think it's even more apparent when the main manifestation of ADD is hyperactivity.

But stimulants and hyperactivity seem like a weird match.

The main illnesses are major depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and schizophrenia.

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hypochondria

hypochondria

/ˌhaɪpəˈkɑndɹiə/
noun
a mental condition in which a person is constantly anxious and worried about their health
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How to deal with health anxiety and hypochondria.

What's the difference between general anxiety with physical symptoms and hypochondria?

The person without hypochondria recognizes that they feel anxious, and can put the symptoms into context.

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hypochondriac

hypochondriac

/ˌhaɪpəˈkɑndɹiæk/
noun
someone who is constantly concerned about their health or an illness coming back
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I am not a hypochondriac.

Hypochondriacs beware: you don’t even have to leave your apartment to get Legionnairesdisease.

And I was a hypochondriac.

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inferiority complex

inferiority complex

/ɪnfˌiəɹɪˈɔːɹɪɾi kˈɑːmplɛks/
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an unrealistic feeling of general inadequacy that causes one to believe they are not as competent, smart, or attractive as other people
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People with inferiority complexes who wanted to shout with the crowd.

If you've got an inferiority complex you suffer from an over-modest self-regard.

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instability

instability

/ˌɪnstəˈbɪɫɪti/
noun
tendency to unpredictable changes of mood or to behave erratically
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Although the railroad service continued, its problems with ridership and financial instability remained.

So all signs point to financial instability and negative economic growth.

Will it be deployed by a foreign nation looking to cause instability?

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kleptomania

kleptomania

/klˌɛptəmˈeɪniə/
noun
a mental condition in which one is obsessed with stealing things without any financial motive
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So that's kleptomania.

Today, I'm answering a viewer question about kleptomania.

Patrice asks, "Dr. Marks, can you please make a video on kleptomania.

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maladjusted

maladjusted

/ˌmæɫəˈdʒəstɪd/
adjective
(of a person) characterized by being emotionally unstable and incapable of coping with the demands of a normal social environment

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manic depression

manic depression

/mˈænɪk dɪpɹˈɛʃən/
noun
a chronic mental disorder marked by excessive mood swings ranging from depressive lows to crazed highs
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He identified schizophrenia and manic depression, which he termed manic depressive insanity.

And this is how Kraepelin conceptualized this illness of manic depression.

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manic-depressive

manic-depressive

/mˈænɪkdɪpɹˈɛsɪv/
adjective
relating to or suffering from bipolar disorder
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Keep in mind that bipolar spectrum or the original manic-depressive insanity did include having recurring depressions without a manic episode.

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megalomania

megalomania

/ˌmɛɡəɫoʊˈmeɪniə/
noun
a mental condition in which a person believes themselves to be more powerful and important than they actually are

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melancholia

melancholia

/mˌɛlənkˈoʊliə/
noun
a severe mental condition in which the patient suffers from depression often without any apparent reason
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There's a melancholia to it that matches 2020.

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mental

mental

/ˈmɛntəɫ/
adjective
relating to the health or state of the mind
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What we perceive as pitch is a mental image of those vibrations.

Like, we're making fun of his 'mental illness' "but we're not...

So, I've done the myths video about mental illness, chronic pain, deafness.

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mental disorder

mental disorder

/mˈɛntəl dɪsˈoːɹdɚ/
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a severe health condition associated with depression, emotional disturbances, and abnormal behaviors that causes significant distress or impairment of personal functioning
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Another psychiatric discovery, in 1933, was insulin shock therapy to treat schizophrenia and other mental disorders:

Then over time because a lot of different features, we were classified as a mental disorder.

This is no longer a mental disorder.

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mentally

mentally

/ˈmɛnəɫi/, /ˈmɛntəɫi/
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of or relating to one's mind
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and I am not a mentally well person.

Another reason why I really wanted the break is because I wasn't doing well mentally at all.

Yesterday was so bad mentally and physically.

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mentally ill

mentally ill

/mˈɛntəli ˈɪl/
adjective
suffering from wide range of mental health conditions ranging from mild to severe
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But a series of unfortunate incidents where mentally ill tourists hurt themselves turned politicians against the sacred mushroom.

Dozens of new drug addicts and mentally ill offenders continue to arrive every day.

Or have your mentally ill son fall off a cliff and break his head?

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monomania

monomania

/mˌɑːnoʊmˈeɪniə/
noun
a condition in which someone is obsessively enthusiastic about one thing in a way that it is unhealthy

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nervous breakdown

nervous breakdown

/nˈɜːvəs bɹˈeɪkdaʊn/
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a period of overwhelming mental or emotional distress that occurs suddenly
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So she starts to exhibit the signs of a nervous breakdown.

She had a nervous breakdown, and ended up in a mental hospital.

Others are of the opinion that he came close to a nervous breakdown.

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neurosis

neurosis

/nʊˈɹoʊsəs/
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a mental condition that is not caused by organic disease in which one is constantly anxious, worried, and stressed
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Freud attempted to invent a treatment for our many neuroses: psychoanalysis.

C.A. claims that these models were the heart of how they profiled you your neuroses and other exploitable traits.

One of my things is I think as artists we have to submit to our neuroses a little bit.

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non compos mentis

non compos mentis

/nˈɑːn kəmpˈoʊz mˈɛntiz/
adjective
not sane or unable to think clearly

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OCD

OCD

/ˈɑːkd/
noun
a disorder causing a person to have recurring unwanted thoughts or to do something such as cleaning or checking on something over and over
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OCD is considered a neurobiological disorder.

And, in reality, OCD itself, the illness has different components.

And if you could just click here, it would really satisfy my OCD.

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orthorexia nervosa

orthorexia nervosa

/ˌɔːɹθoːɹˈɛksiə nɜːvˈoʊsə/
noun
an eating disorder characterized by refraining from eating food that is considered unhealthy at all cost

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paranoia

paranoia

/ˌpɛɹəˈnɔɪə/
noun
a mental disorder that causes a person to think they are very important or that others are trying to harm them
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It’s not paranoia if they really are out to get you.

There’s paranoia in America that German spies might cross over from the Mexican side.

And so, through history, new technology has inspired waves of fear and paranoia.

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paranoid

paranoid

/ˈpɛɹəˌnɔɪd/
adjective
suffering from a mental condition that causes one to believe other people are trying to harm one
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Do deaf people get paranoid when farting in public?

They are paranoid little guys.

Then the psychiatrist will write you off as suffering paranoid schizophrenia and he will give you medication.

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paranoid

paranoid

/ˈpɛɹəˌnɔɪd/
noun
someone who is suffering from a mental disorder that makes them believe other people's intentions are deceitful or that people mean to harm them
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- You got a little paranoid about the guilt?

Now, that may sound a little paranoid, but we have good reason to be suspicious.

Do deaf people get paranoid when farting in public?

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