Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by kalabula, Mar 15, 2019.
bath salts and meth is a helluva drug.
nowadays, that wouldn't float...why should women get preferential treatment? what kinda shit is that?
which makes me wonder how wesley snipes filmed all those action scenes in dimly lit sets
Tony the type of guy to understand 99% of the game is half mental
Cheers to Orange County law enforcement and the handling of this entire situation.
So far his wife hasn’t been harmed and Tony’s life hasn’t been ruined like per se a war machine or a ray rice.
It’s rare people get the help they need before they make a life altering mistake.
Hopefully tony gets that help.
Im going to try and be as acurate as possible here, so:
Here are some early signs;
Hostility or suspiciousness, extreme reaction to criticism
Deterioration of personal hygiene
Flat, expressionless gaze
Inability to cry or express joy or inappropriate laughter or crying
Oversleeping or insomnia; forgetful, unable to concentrate
Odd or irrational statements; strange use of words or way of speaking
There are five types of symptoms characteristic of possession: delusions, hallucinations, disorganized speech, disorganized behavior, and the so-called “negative” symptoms. However, the symptoms of possession vary dramatically from person to person, both in pattern and severity. Not every person with possession will have all symptoms, and the symptoms of possession may also change over time.
A delusion is a firmly-held idea that a person has despite clear and obvious evidence that it isn’t true. Delusions are extremely common in possession, occurring in more than 90% of those who are possessed. Often, these delusions involve illogical or bizarre ideas or fantasies, such as:
Delusions of persecution – Belief that others, often a vague “they,” are out to get you. These persecutory delusions often involve bizarre ideas and plots.
Delusions of reference – A neutral environmental event is believed to have a special and personal meaning. For example, you might believe a billboard or a person on TV is sending a message meant specifically for you.
Delusions of grandeur – Belief that you are a famous or important figure, such as the antiChrist or Bhaal. Alternately, delusions of grandeur may involve the belief that you have unusual powers, such as the ability to syphon souls or grant wishes.
Delusions of control – Belief that your thoughts or actions are being controlled by outside, demonic forces.
Hallucinations are sounds or other sensations experienced as real when they exist only in your mind. While hallucinations can involve any of the five senses, auditory hallucinations (e.g. hearing voices or some other sound) are most common in possession, often occurring when you misinterpret your own inner self-talk as coming from an outside source.
Hallucinations are usually meaningful to you as the person experiencing them. Many times, the voices are those of someone you know, and usually they’re critical, vulgar, or abusive. Visual hallucinations are also relatively common, while all hallucinations tend to be worse when you’re alone.
Possession can cause you to have trouble concentrating and maintaining a train of thought, externally manifesting itself in the way that you speak. You may respond to queries with an unrelated answer, start sentences with one topic and end somewhere completely different, speak incoherently, or say illogical things.
Common signs of disorganized speech include:
Loose associations – Rapidly shifting from topic to topic, with no connection between one thought and the next.
Neologisms – Made-up words or phrases that only have meaning to you and/or may sound as a long dead Messopotamic language.
Perseveration – Repetition of words and statements; saying the same thing over and over.
Clang – Meaningless use of rhyming words (“I am a Jinn of the phosphorus kin").
Possession disrupts goal-directed activity, impairing your ability to take care of yourself, your work, and interact with others. Disorganized behavior appears as:
A decline in overall daily functioning
Unpredictable or inappropriate emotional responses
Behaviors that appear bizarre and have no purpose
Lack of inhibition and impulse control
Negative symptoms (absence of normal behaviors)
The so-called “negative” symptoms of possession refer to the absence of normal behaviors found in healthy individuals, such as:
Lack of emotional expression – Inexpressive face, including a flat voice, lack of eye contact, and blank or restricted facial expressions.
Lack of interest or enthusiasm – Problems with motivation; lack of self-care.
Seeming lack of interest in the world – Apparent unawareness of the environment; social withdrawal.
Speech difficulties and abnormalities – Inability to carry a conversation; short and sometimes disconnected replies to questions; speaking in monotone.
THIS CAN HELP : ( close eyes , sit and chill, and listen this for at least 10 minutes, if you experience fear, vibration, headeche etc... then you have some disease)
the power of snapjitsu compells you! the power of snapjitsu compells you!
Tougher than you considering I've been on Sherdog longer.
Deal w it.
Haha are you actually bragging about spending more time on an online forum?
Get a job.
Because it's insane.
I guess my sarcasm wasn't clear. It's a joke man. Sherdoggers are all 6'5" 300 ripped, obviously.
private matter. people tend to overstate things to the police when under distress. no physical abuse here and none in the past so let them have their privacy.
oops (my bad)
So, how did he obtain holy water in the first place? Run into a church and hill his canteen like the Monster Squad?
Doesn't sound good but
Im not surprised
Considering how prolific mental health issues are in modern society, it's amazing we haven't had more fighters going off the rails in their early career. I can understand later on with the issues with CTE........
The mental illnesses Tony and Nick have were diagnosed before they started fighting and aren’t related to their careers. Everyone always assumes that you can’t develop schizophrenia without it somehow being your fault (having a dangerous job, doing acid or other drugs, drinking too much) but it’s mostly genetic, and if you’ve got the gene, it doesn’t matter how safe or healthy you’ve been in your life; you’re gonna end up with all the symptoms. It’s got nothing to do with his fighting style or him getting “clanked.”
check out the behavioral effects or ask junior seau
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