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Published: Thursday, April 17 2014 11:30 a.m. MDT

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So cool to know that it wasn't me! It wasn't that I was bored or tired in school (or work), just that I had SCT which can be solved with drugs and expensive counseling!


Kralon, I couldn't agree more. Heck, I'm in my mid 30s and I still daydream sometimes.

Mainly Me
Werribee, 00

Psychiatry and science fiction have two things in common: Both have a little background in science and both are fiction.

Psychiatry is nothing more than a flashy pseudoscience punctuated with made up terms and illnesses resembling gobble gook.

Boise, ID

I used to daydream. Now I mindlessly surf the internet. MSTI

Steven S Jarvis
Orem, UT

The Insurance companies had their grubby little hands on making the DSM-V very limiting as far as what could receive treatment and what couldn't, so I guess its the drug makers turn to go after the next edition by creating many more insurable disabilities to keep them in business.

Layton, UT

I am alarmed at the number of children who exhibit independent will. That should be the next thing we medicate out of our children.

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