Not sure if it's 90%, but definitely some.
Usually the term of "losing it" is related to not being able to take it anymore ( consciously or not). You think you may handle stress and you can find yourself clinically depressed in one year and have no clue how it happened.
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Can you please clarify what you mean by legitimate pain?
I do not think that the discomfort of life's ups and downs suggests an unwillingness to endure "legitimate pain". In some cases, mental illness has a genetic component and a physical imbalance. It is true that some conditions arise from personal pain, but I would suggest that this is acute pain and not discomfort. Finally, I would suggest that for the remainder (minority) it is more likely that they are unable rather than unwilling to endure or manage their pathology.
Well, I cannot speak to the quality of healthcare in US. Even if what you say is true, you cannot assert that 90% of people diagnosed around the world are 'unwilling to endure' the discomfort of everyday life.
No it is the full moons fault or the republicans.
Most "mental illness" today is just insecurity and its effects on behavior. People are idiots.
I survived a fire,that disfigured me,and killed my mother,my father took it out on me,and my girlfriend is cheating on me,I also can't have kids,and weak up screaming....so you're saying.....I was diagnosed as mentally ill because I have no real pain? You can go **** yourself.
Yes it very much is,but I'm glad that I don't have to go through much anymore,other than looking in the mirror,but I can break them all! Or just drink a lot.
Thank you,but I won't,I hope,you will never understand.
No you won't because you arn'ty bruned. Fcking drunk
Any form of suffering that can be effectively treated is not "legitimate pain" in my book. So, I don't agree with your premise that one should endure the pain of a treatable mental illness.
My answer is unchanged. No, it is not.