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Diagnosing HA members' psychological issues :)

Postby newlifeinphilippines » Sun Oct 19, 2014 8:29 pm

Sometimes I wonder if you have to have some mental issue to want to move abroad.

This is just a joke by the way but lets just take a guess

Winston - Bipolar, OCD
Pueblicduende - neuroticism, OCD
Newlifeinphilippines - Social anxiety disorder
Outwest - Clincal depression
Marcoszeitola - paranoid schizophrenia
zboy - clinical depression
Paloaltoguy - narcissism, sociopath
will n dowd - narcissism, bipolar
eurobrat - hypochondriasm, bipolar, narcissm
s_parc - psychosis, narcissm

Those who are diagnosis free:

Hero, Taco, Hammanta, pete, davewe, Mr. S, rock
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Re: Diagnose Happier abroad member Psychological issues :)

Postby Jonny Law » Sun Oct 19, 2014 8:51 pm

Nice job Doctor newlifeinphilippines :)
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Re: Diagnosing HA members' psychological issues :)

Postby Taco » Mon Oct 20, 2014 12:23 am

That's great news! I'm glad to hear I'm normal Doc.
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Re: Diagnosing HA members' psychological issues :)

Postby newlifeinphilippines » Mon Oct 20, 2014 12:51 am

Taco wrote:That's great news! I'm glad to hear I'm normal Doc.


LOL

anyway that says middle class women are crazy has my vote. :lol: Don't know what the obsession is for women with money and attitude. :roll:
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Re: Diagnosing HA members' psychological issues :)

Postby S_Parc » Mon Oct 20, 2014 3:33 am

Oh Cmon, I'm dating an American lesbian, obviously, I've got to have some issues?
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Re: Diagnosing HA members' psychological issues :)

Postby newlifeinphilippines » Mon Oct 20, 2014 5:01 am

S_Parc wrote:Oh Cmon, I'm dating an American lesbian, obviously, I've got to have some issues?



narcissism
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Re: Diagnosing HA members' psychological issues :)

Postby OutWest » Mon Oct 20, 2014 5:41 am

newlifeinphilippines wrote:Sometimes I wonder if you have to have some mental issue to want to move abroad.

This is just a joke by the way but lets just take a guess

Winston - Bipolar, OCD
Pueblicduende - neuroticism, OCD
Newlifeinphilippines - Social anxiety disorder
Outwest - Clincal depression
Marcoszeitola - paranoid schizophrenia
zboy - clinical depression
Paloaltoguy - narcissism, sociopath
will n dowd - narcissism, bipolar


Those who are diagnosis free:

Hero, Taco, Hammanta, pete, davewe, Mr. S, rock


Only clinical depression? Wow...cool. I feel better already! My wife says I'm a complete maniac! (But HER maniac.
Take two and call me in the morning.) This is one of your more entertaining and flattering posts!
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Re: Diagnosing HA members' psychological issues :)

Postby newlifeinphilippines » Mon Oct 20, 2014 5:48 am

OutWest wrote:
newlifeinphilippines wrote:Sometimes I wonder if you have to have some mental issue to want to move abroad.

This is just a joke by the way but lets just take a guess

Winston - Bipolar, OCD
Pueblicduende - neuroticism, OCD
Newlifeinphilippines - Social anxiety disorder
Outwest - Clincal depression
Marcoszeitola - paranoid schizophrenia
zboy - clinical depression
Paloaltoguy - narcissism, sociopath
will n dowd - narcissism, bipolar


Those who are diagnosis free:

Hero, Taco, Hammanta, pete, davewe, Mr. S, rock


Only clinical depression? Wow...cool. I feel better already! My wife says I'm a complete maniac! (But HER maniac.
Take two and call me in the morning.) This is one of your more entertaining and flattering posts!


well im only going on the information I have your quite obscure in your information you give out. I was pondering other things but I couldn't really find anything to grasp onto.


Im not so sure if being called a maniac is a compliment though. It seems like they use that as a derogatory term over there. I dont like it when girls say that to me even though I am I know its not a compliment even if used as a joking manner. It means your wife isn't into sex as much as you "Hint hint".
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Re: Diagnosing HA members' psychological issues :)

Postby starchild5 » Mon Oct 20, 2014 6:46 am

Ohh No...The list is as usual in reverse....When will humanity wake up... :( :(

Dude...There is nothing whatsoever wrong with humans...Its the Evil that does all the sins and puts the blame on humanity and calls its karma. I understand the context you are putting it up light heartedly but why negative first....It would have been more fun if you also put the positives of members here.

Its the force of darkness that is messing with humanities sanity. We are perfectly normal, because of its presence, humanity is becoming abnormal with the symptoms you described. Bipolar, OCD, Neuroticism, Social anxiety disorder, Clincal depression, paranoid schizophrenia, clinical depression, narcissism, sociopath, bipolar is the issue with this force of darkness NOT WITH US.

Its the craziest MF Force of Darkness that has all of the above symptoms but it puts the blame on us pretending to be the sane guy...LOL...Joke of the Era :lol: :lol:

We need to wake up to this presence guys. Winston feels it as Murphy Law, However, that is coming from an AI like thingy. It has put perfectly sane humans into Amnesia. I have seen this force.

Atleast, we should know we are SANE before even trying to be free. How can a human being be truly free, if he thinks he is sick? WAKE UP to the madness that is surrounding you...You are not crazy
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Re: Diagnosing HA members' psychological issues :)

Postby OutWest » Mon Oct 20, 2014 6:56 am

In the Philippines, literally, a maniac is a rapist. Of course, all kinds of humor has also come from the term.
Women refer to men as maniacs just based on their wanting some. They also say things like "Dreaming of my handsome maniac."
when they are teasing. Sexual innuendo is rampant in the Philippines. My wife also refers to herself as "Girl maniac".
The term could literally be used referring to a rapist, or it might be referring to an "oversexed and inconsiderate male" or it might be used in just plain humor. Of course, Filipinos love double entendre, so figuring out just when they mean what is part of the plot.

Of course my wife hates sex. She is just trying to use it to kill me with a heat attack. I told her a few years back that I had a weak heart and all I needed was a bit of over-exertion between the sheets, or on the balcony, or in the kitchen or in the garden or at the beach or in the car or in a nipa hut and I was a goner for sure. Now after some years of a very intense effort to kill me,
she finds herself with and adorable child and me with my heart still ticking. Fiendish I say, FIENDISH!
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Re: Diagnosing HA members' psychological issues :)

Postby hammanta » Mon Oct 20, 2014 3:26 pm

newlifeinphilippines wrote:Sometimes I wonder if you have to have some mental issue to want to move abroad.

This is just a joke by the way but lets just take a guess

Winston - Bipolar, OCD
Pueblicduende - neuroticism, OCD
Newlifeinphilippines - Social anxiety disorder
Outwest - Clincal depression
Marcoszeitola - paranoid schizophrenia
zboy - clinical depression
Paloaltoguy - narcissism, sociopath
will n dowd - narcissism, bipolar


Those who are diagnosis free:

Hero, Taco, Hammanta, pete, davewe, Mr. S, rock


Hammanta - insecurity issues due to micropenis :wink:
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Re: Diagnosing HA members' psychological issues :)

Postby davewe » Mon Oct 20, 2014 3:55 pm

newlifeinphilippines wrote:Sometimes I wonder if you have to have some mental issue to want to move abroad.

This is just a joke by the way but lets just take a guess

Winston - Bipolar, OCD
Pueblicduende - neuroticism, OCD
Newlifeinphilippines - Social anxiety disorder
Outwest - Clincal depression
Marcoszeitola - paranoid schizophrenia
zboy - clinical depression
Paloaltoguy - narcissism, sociopath
will n dowd - narcissism, bipolar


Those who are diagnosis free:

Hero, Taco, Hammanta, pete, davewe, Mr. S, rock


davewe = dacog otin - at least according to the wife :)
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Re: Diagnosing HA members' psychological issues :)

Postby publicduende » Mon Oct 20, 2014 4:50 pm

(from Wikipedia)

Neuroticism is a fundamental personality trait in the study of psychology characterized by anxiety, fear, moodiness, worry, envy, frustration, jealousy, and loneliness.

Holey moley, if I knew lowlifeinthephilippines could define me so well in the space of a single post, and without even getting paid, I would have spared myself the £300 I gave to a London psychiatrist last year. :)

Genius.
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Re: Diagnosing HA members' psychological issues :)

Postby S_Parc » Mon Oct 20, 2014 6:19 pm

newlifeinphilippines wrote:
S_Parc wrote:Oh Cmon, I'm dating an American lesbian, obviously, I've got to have some issues?



narcissism


Actually, I was hoping that I was just plain nuts :)
16 years ago, the Best Picture of 1999, "American Beauty", telegraphed the message of Happier Abroad to the world.

Beware of long term engagements with AWs, you may find yourself in a coffin.

AB discussion thread

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Re: Diagnosing HA members' psychological issues :)

Postby hammanta » Mon Oct 20, 2014 6:27 pm

publicduende wrote:(from Wikipedia)

Neuroticism is a fundamental personality trait in the study of psychology characterized by anxiety, fear, moodiness, worry, envy, frustration, jealousy, and loneliness.

Holey moley, if I knew lowlifeinthephilippines could define me so well in the space of a single post, and without even getting paid, I would have spared myself the £300 I gave to a London psychiatrist last year. :)

Genius.


Hey, I'm just flattered to be named in the same category, albeit diagnosis free, with you studs :wink:
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