Reasons for admission to an asylum

Diagnosis and treatment of mental illness, along with social tolerance and acceptance, has changed markedly in very recent history.

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  1. Conspiratoor

     /  May 30, 2017

    Deranged masturbation boggles the mind. My demons explained by no 5 …’Imaginary Female Trouble’

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    • Blazer

       /  May 30, 2017

      thats a good ..pair ….you…win!

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      • Conspiratoor

         /  May 30, 2017

        Gathering in the Head, Parents were Cousins or Feebleness of Intellect …spoilt for choice!

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        • Blazer

           /  May 30, 2017

          now you’ve got a …full house.

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          • Kitty Catkin

             /  May 31, 2017

            See Snopes-this isn’t what it looks like at first glance. These were things that exacerbated the problems of the patient in question-if novel reading was a certifiable illness, hardly anyone would be outside ! These are not reasons for admitting anyone who did or was them to asylums at any time in history.

            If it sounds too good to be true…

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  2. …and there’s the killer one. POLITICS.

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  3. Bill Brown

     /  May 30, 2017

    Is that The Standard?

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  1. Reasons for admission to an asylum – NZ Conservative Coalition

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