Personality disorders among millennials on rise

From Ewan Morrison at PJMedia:

If you were to come across someone who cried in the streets, who saw the world in terms of black and white and made death threats against strangers, who cowered in a special room and made public displays of naked self-harm and blood letting, you might conclude that they were suffering from a personality disorder.

Alternatively, you might reason that these are the everyday behaviors of the modern Social Justice Warrior (SJW).

Of course, not every SJW has a personality condition, but sufferers from High Conflict disorders are often drawn to extreme beliefs and behaviors under the illusion that they are acting politically.

A 2016 UK survey found that, since 1990, rates of depression and anxiety among the young have increased by 70%, while the American Counseling Association has reported a “rising tide of personality disorders among millennial.” More.

Reality check: These behaviours are not disorders. They are Correct ways of being. They are also training for a future as an enforcer of irrational beliefs convenient to government. See Orwell’s Outer Party

See also: The social impact of the rise of a “useless” class

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