My Speculation On Mental Illness and It’s Relation to Demonic Possession
Some hours ago (or right now), it occurred to me that some people with mental illnesses, might be mentally ill due to demonic possession, so that though there are genuine mental illnesses due to illogical beliefs, it may also be due to a demonic with a mental illness or causing the illness. It would explain why some mentally ill people seem normal at times, but then suddenly seem to lose normal emotional self-control, and for no apparent reason, that can’t be exaplined by them merely being frustrated or being lightly immoral, and who aren’t drugged or drunk, start acting insane. In that past 100 years it seems that everyone thought that mental illness was either from demonic posession or biological, but didn’t realize that some might be from demons (which may have mental illnesses or which know how to induce them) and others from parents’ bad training or neglect of their children that resulted in the absence of the development of emotional self control for certain circumstances (for example in which a person finds themselves in a situation where they aren’t the center of attention) and so. I’ve never heard it expressed like that, but that’s mine for you.
Personality disorder: A disorder characterized by the chronic use of mechanisms of coping in an inappropriate, stereotyped, and maladaptive manner. Personality disorders are enduring and persistent styles of behavior and thought, not atypical episodes. The personality disorders encompass a group of behavioral disorders that are different and distinct from the psychotic and neurotic disorders. The official psychiatric manual, the DSM-IV (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of the American Psychiatric Association, Fourth Edition), defines a personality disorder as an enduring pattern of inner experience and behavior that differs markedly from the expectations of the individual’s culture, is pervasive and inflexible, has an onset in adolescence or early adulthood, is stable over time, and leads to distress or impairment. Personality disorders are a long-standing and maladaptive pattern of perceiving and responding to other people and to stressful circumstances.