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What is Normal?

I can't answer your question but I can help you diagnose them...this is from DSM-XV, not yet released but I am working on it...I am almost done categorizing the main disorder. Okay here it is:

Diagnostic criteria for NPD: Normal Person Disorder

  1. A chronic feeling of normalness.
  2. A tendency to bore others easily.
  3. A nagging sense of constantly meeting one's goal.
  4. Lack of difficulty getting organized.
  5. Inability to be humorous.
  6. Knowing how to count without forgetting what number you are up to.
  7. An inability to be creative and intuitive, no seat of pants to fly by.
  8. Highly stimulated by lectures, speeches, dead cockroaches and other normals.
  9. An unbroken remote control.
  10. A To-Do list which gets done.
  11. A chronic interest in each or any of the following for more than a week:
    1. Job
    2. Relationship
    3. Schedule
    4. Patience
    5. Passing Grades
    6. Sex
    7. Normals
  12. A methodical nature.
  13. Affectionately known as "Bump on a log" or "Nytol Substitute"

From: Marvin Wilson <maw16@konichiwa.cc.columbia.edu > Newgroups: alt.support.attn-deficit Subject: Re: What is normal??????

Modified December 11, 2002

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