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Making my general topic Psychoanalysis was an understatement- so far I’m not sure what to name this segment. Moving forward, the entirety of the message and knowledge will never be clear, this is strictly to allow all of you to expand your mind and ultimately ask if there is more to this life regarding love, nature, comprehension of what is “seen” and what will never be seen. In the end, to all my lovely people, you are what moves this world (that includes your choices .) With saying that- let whatever my research and opinions just reside in your mind as a willing component about yourself and everyone else around you. I will leave it to you to discover your own distinct opinions.
Alright. My first thoughts of Psychoanalysis weren’t developed due to the lack of knowledge I had on the particular subject. With saying this- let’s start with the definition of Psychoanalysis.
Psychoanalysis is psychological theory and therapy to attend to mental disorders. This is done specifically investigating the interaction of conscious and unconscious thoughts, reactions, etc. By doing this, it allows the conscious to be aware of what it may be hiding ” underneath the iceberg.” Low and behold we get glimpses of what is causing the disorder, what might trigger the disorder and if there is a way to suppress or confront the defiant reasoning’s behind the distortions of reality for this individual.
So, in a way psychoanalysis isn’t to hurt a person’s psyche by any means. It is supposed to be used to allow this person with a mental disorder to be conscious of why they are the way they are and to give them options to deal, cope, comprehend, contain, expel their mental disorder correctly whatever way is most structural to themselves.
Next question; When you come across someone you think is quote on quote a little out there. What makes you think that way? How do they act? What is explicitly allowing you to perceive this notion accordingly? Is it their body language? Their distinct twitches, outbursts, cognitive reactions, or just an overall eerie feeling that you receive when you are in the person’s environment? Digging a bit deeper; instead of dismissing their noticeable actions or non-noticeable actions – try to put yourself in their shoes, invite yourself into their perception. What caused this; a mishap in childhood development, PTSD from a source of being a victim of circumstance, or something much, much deeper than a conscious interactions. All-in-all, let us not dwell on the problem but the SOLUTION! How could we help the mentally disorderly- not forcefully but carefully? Instead, this process generally takes the individuals view of “right” and ” wrong”, applying it while making the person aware of themselves consciously and unconsciously.
Furthermore, to assist these people in their day-to-day life, this process universally is to make the individual knowledgeable of his/her surroundings while also making them knowledgeable of how they react, intervene, or retract themselves from the circumstances at hand.I would like to speak of opinions.
I personally believe that a large amount of individuals are more than capable of being assisted without the aid or support of a medically prescribed drug. But with addressing this issue I tend to observe, time and time again, Psychiatrist’s analyzing these individuals just to figuratively throw their documents away and give them medication to “zombify” them. Making these people feel helpless, unworthy and incapable of being a part of “regular” society. Regardless of where the individual’s disorder lies on the spectrum, it only affects the amount of prescription given. That is entirely unacceptable. These people, yes they are still people, are in need of someone who can identify where their disorder lies on that spectrum. Too often this power is taken advantage of. Now I do understand the procedure’s of this particular field, but it is beyond careless to send those people in need of personal assistance to the closest drug store.  Nevertheless, it happens all the time, and in the end, these minorities are outcast for the particular aspects of their mind that they have no control over.
I would like to speak of opinions. I personally believe that a large amount of individuals are more than capable of being assisted without the aid or support of a medically prescribed drug. But with addressing this issue I tend to observe, time and time again, Psychiatrist’s analyzing these individuals just to figuratively throw their documents away and give them medication to “zombify” them. Making these people feel helpless, unworthy and incapable of being a part of “regular” society. Regardless of where the individual’s disorder lies on the spectrum, it only affects the amount of prescription given. That is completely unacceptable. These people, yes they are still people, are in need of someone who can identify where their disorder lies on that spectrum. Too often this power is taken advantage of. Now I do understand the procedure’s of this particular field, but it is beyond careless to send those people in need of personal assistance to the closest drug store.  Nevertheless, it happens all the time, and in the end, these minorities are outcast for the particular aspects of their mind that they have no control over.
Psychological disorders are defined on a general basis to be deviant, distressful, dysfunctional patterns of thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Deviant being different from the accepted norm. Distressful, a relatively subjective feeling something is really wrong. And dysfunctional,  when the individual’s ability to live and to work is noticeably a challenge. Psychological disorders have psychological causes that can be diagnosed from the basis of common symptoms, treatments, and individuals relieved of disorders or distinct curability. And as the infamous YouTuber’s, Crash Course instructors John and Hank Green explained the Psychological Approach- “Everything psychological is simultaneously biological.” that poses to be entirely accurate. But what do I mean by saying that everything psychological is simultaneously biological well that’s where the simplistic words of John and Hank Green come in handy. They explain having a psychological disorder has influences and those influences derive from aspects of biological origins (individual genes, brain structure, and chemistry); social-cultural origins (roles, expectations, definitions of normality and disorder); and psychological origins (stress, trauma, taught selflessness, mood-related perceptions, and memories). With all that being set on stage every little thing that we encounter from the day we are born forms us for the good, the bad and inevitably the ugly. Every experience, every circumstance, every dream and every memory defines who we are and what we become. But not just that- to be more specific, it is our reactions and perception that shapes our reality.
Our caretakers shape our morals and beliefs if they are around. Our friends help us cope, comprehend and convert to societal norms. Our perception drives our love, belief, comprehension of reality and much more. We are molded by what we see and how we feel. Feelings power thought and emotions power drive. Out of this rant, open your eyes to what we are as people, who we are as individuals, why we do the things we do but mostly what we have no power over. Enlighten yourselves, or allow ignorance to remain bliss like the rest of the country.
                                                            Sincerely Yours,
                                                                                        Jay

About Jay Bird

Jay is an electic individual that strives to uncover the factual knowledge about the mind and body- living vicariously through each other in unison. The questions lie within us all, the determination pushes us to question everyday events but very few of us do. The answers have always been there. In the end, it is truly your perception that gives you a solution. Jay gives the ability to choose for yourself. Take them as you will. Enjoy!

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