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  1. The HDP should report up on its patients. And here is a good reason – another statistical unit, which is not written down to your account. Here, look, we are vigilant.

    It is difficult to say whether a particular patient with schizotypal disorder is dangerous for himself or others, at least without long-term inpatient monitoring. Schizotypics are similar to schizoids, but only a little more radical or something, “poochudakovatee”. You can't just make a differential diagnosis there in a couple of sessions. Usually these people are exceptional cranks and eccentric originals, a little detached from society and poorly adapted to life. They are usually harmless, clumsy, and funny, with a fairy-tale world living its own life in their head, unknown to others. The laws of this (our) world are only partially known to them, reality is intertwined with magic. Their logic of thinking differs markedly from the conventional one, but rarely reaches the paralogy of a schizophrenic. These people rarely show aggression, they need to be provoked to such a reaction, and even then they will not get stuck in it for a long time, preferring a short answer. From many challenges, the schizotypal person, like the schizoid, will simply choose to leave, to withdraw. A schizotypist is an ideal children's science fiction writer, storyteller, postmodern artist, alas, often deprived of the opportunity to realize his gift, to share his world with others.

    It is a fact that you have made life difficult for yourself by falling under a number of restrictions. Getting rid of them will be very difficult, and maybe impossible. I sincerely sympathize with you as your roommate. Society and the state are afraid of all people with psychodiagnoses, without making distinctions in the essence of their manifestations, mixing everything in a heap and calling everyone who is even slightly different from the average man in the street a psycho.

    PS Advice to all readers: if you feel problems with the psyche, then try at least at the stage of diagnosis not to shine in state institutions. The state is very fond of putting brands on people, including those that can never be washed off.

  2. You can be dangerous to yourself. A doctor can't just let go of a person who has a psychiatric diagnosis. At least because you need to choose a treatment, then you need to monitor its effectiveness, the course of the disease. The doctor is responsible for you with his head, and in the event of suicidal actions, God forbid, he will be the first to receive a cap, so it is his responsibility to monitor you.

  3. On the one hand, it might help… you. Avoid responsibility under a psychiatric article, for example.

    On the other hand, it can help your children. Отк Cut off from the army for the same article, for example.

    And on the third hand, mandatory notification can help your potential partners not to have children with you together, with an increased likelihood of more serious disorders.� For example.

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