In laymen's terms: if your personality paradoxes human society, you have a personality disorder.
Apparently, I have a personality disorder. Haven't been diagnosed on what exactly, but my shrink claims that I do and need to get a full psychiatric evaluation.
I'm not crazy or anything. I just don't follow rules and laws, not because I am an impulsive, rebellious teenager (which I find worse), but because I find them to be a concept invented by man and that the only way it is still enforced is due to decades and decades of practice that has brainwashed us into following them.
That apparently is the main trigger to my having a personality disorder. Just because I don't fall into the standards set by society.
But to go further on:
Most of the time, I have odd explanations for life and the things I do, but so has philosophers in the past. Not to say I am a philosopher, but I am a thinker. It's what we do.
I find things to be "magical" and tend to interpret things in intangible "spiritual" ways.
I used to think that I was psychic for a number of reasons, still do.
I'm narcissistic. I think I'm made for this great purpose, and find myself to be lowering down others to make myself appear better than they are. That they are just "sheep", and I'm something greater.
I tend to think that I am an Empath and can read people, not in the way most people would do so, but through my third eye chakra.
I looked up some personality disorders and apparently I fall into Schizotypal and Narcissistic personality disorders.
But really, these "magical" interpretations actually tend to be be someone true and help explain life in a different sort of way. Also, none of the things I do really hurt people. I think I am better than a lot of people, but I also know that I am not and that it's just part of my personality.
So, what do you think? Are personality disorders real?
Edited by The Orpheus, 08 February 2009 - 10:00 PM.