Tuesday, March 3, 2009
My anti has IJED...Please help me!!!
Look at the symptoms In the picture. If your "anti" suffers from any of the above, Your anti has a serious condition known as Intermittent Jackass Explosive Disorder (IJED).
Intermittent Jackass Explosive Disorder falls in the category of Impulse-Control Disorders. The condition is characterized by failure to resist aggressive impulses, resulting in a serious jackassed-stubborn attitude. The degree of aggressiveness expressed during an episode is grossly out of proportion to any kind of provocation or situational stress. The individual may describe the episodes as "spells" or "attacks", (in which diarrhea is involved) the explosive behavior is preceded by a sense of tension or arousal and followed immediately by a sense of wanting to bite and lay in mud.
Most patients are members of PJ/AZU and their impulsiveness will often involve frequent traffic accidents, shitting in public, and possibly ""sexual impulsivity"". These patients exhibit extreme sensitivity to those that disagree with them. Intermittent Jackass Explosive Disorder is marked by several discrete episodes of failure to resist aggressive impulses that result in serious assaultive acts or destruction of property (like a stubborn jackass).
The aggressive episodes are associated with other mental disorders (such as Antisocial Personality Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, a Psychotic Disorder, a Manic Episode, Conduct Disorder, or Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) and are due to the direct physiological effects of being born stubborn.
Treatment should involve medication or therapy including behavioral modification, with the best prognosis utilizing a combination of the two. Studies suggest that patients with intermittent explosive disorder respond to treatment with antidepressants, antipsychotics, and mood stabilizers along with "whip therapy" or a bullet between the eyes as a last resort.
Does your anti suffer? Seek help immediately, DO NOT DELAY!
Thanks to Dr D. Logue!