Healthy person has a million wishes, a sick one only one. Unfortunately, for these people, even the wishes won’t help. You can feel a little bit luckier after looking at this. Enjoy your life as much as you can do.
The picture of the eye titled Lamprey Disease is Photo shopped. There is no such disease. A lamprey is a water-bound parasite that latches on to fish. The mouth of the lamprey is edited into the photo of the man replacing his eye. Internet hoax that has been around for quite sometime.
trichotillomania is not a disease assholes. Its a obsessive compulsion disorder. Nice try though.
So then that must mean that Schizophrenia isnt a disease either?? Both fall under the DSM-IV categorisation of mental or psychological disorder/disease…
The DSM in DSM-IV stands for Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental DISORDERS.
How would either Schizophrenia or Trichotillomania be a disease? I think you are confusing disorder with disease.
mental disorder, otherwise known as a mental illness; illness, otherwise known as disease, OCD is bullshite anyway.
How DARE you say that you ignorant little shit. Do you suffer with it? No. Trust me, it is very real when you have it. Go to a library and enlighten yourself instead of wasting oxygen on being a cyberdick.
1. Lamprey Disease isn’t a real thing.
2. Trichotillomania is not a disease, it’s a mental disorder caused by stress.
There Is No Such Disease as LAMPREY DISEASE. It is not a real disease; a lamprey is a water-bound parasite that latches on to fishes. The picture on the Internet – with a guy who has a mouth as his eye – is actually just a lamprey’s mouth Photoshopped into his eye socket.It’s not a real disease
Maybe it’s because I have it, but I don’t consider trichotillomania to be weird. Or any of these, for that matter; “rare,” sure, but then again, I might be more empathetic and politically correct when it comes to syntax because I have an affliction that most do not have.
That said, while most of these are certainly rare–except Lamprey’s, it’s fake and photoshopped, as someone mentioned–trichotillomania is not. It affects 3-5% of the population, and that’s not including the percentage of compulsive skin-pickers (dermotillomania) who are believed to have the same basic condition.
Long story short, I’m not offended–I know people without TTM find it “weird” that I pull out my hair–but I don’t think it deserves to be in this list. It affects WAY more people than these other conditions.
It is weird and it is strange and it is not a disease. It is an aberration which in no way enhances one’s survival. You should stop doing it.
Trolling does not enhance your survival. You should stop doing it.
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