Is it sometimes better not to be diagnosed (for example, for a psychological disorder) because the stigmatisation with regard to diagnosis would be more severe than the diagnosis itself?

Maybe it helps the following.What is referred to here, in the question, is called “Classification”. A classification is a one-liner: ‘ Schizophrenia ‘, ‘ borderline ‘, ‘ flu ‘, ‘ diabetes ‘, ‘ depression ‘, etc. It doesn’t say so much yet. The forms of the BV borderline are so diverse (like the form of influenza) that it hardly offers any handles. These classifications have been realised for research; They all have a numeric code that is easy to enter.

A diagnosis is somewhat different.It consists of the words ‘ dia ‘ (through, through, transparent) and gnosis (knowing, knowing, fireplaces). A diagnosis is therefore a ‘ review ‘, a ‘ reflection ‘ of the essential question: ‘ Why does this person, at this time, have this complaint ‘. This is not a one-liner: This fills a quarter to a half A4-piece and gives handles to treatment. We now understand the complaint and its wearer in its context.

Whether a classification is stigmatising has nothing to do with classifying but everything with people.Not stigmatize classifications, to stigmatize M茅nsen. In a classification as ‘ flu ‘ you don’t have that. But why do you have a classification as ‘ schizophrenia ‘, or ‘ borderline ‘? It is (again) what people do to each other.

Incidentally: The curious alternative to the question is that we ‘ do not appoint ‘ things.A bit like in ‘ the disease/disorder does exist, but we don’t give it a name ‘. I do not know if that is a progress.

Years ago I got a label glued up by and psychiatrist.I was raised by a mother with a multiple personality disorder. And that made me an almost borderliner, because who was I, among all those mothers? And why did I found red ugly and sprouts dirty, for example? Because my mother then loved me or something?

I got pills, therapy and a label.And I’ve been picking that label for years.

It sat me in the way, it limited me and I wanted to be ‘ just ‘.

It has been a long struggle with a lot of therapy, conversations, alternative things and eventually I live without medication and the label has been soaked up.I still got to sit 1x on the couch, at a psychologist and he and I have the glue residue removed together.

I think that whether or not a diagnosis is a very personal experience, some people really need it, because they are really sick and need guidance.Other people need him to break out of the circle and move forward with willpower, and others may not know it, because they enjoy it too much, or abuse it, for example? Or just can’t take it out Of the feet, like I did at the time.

For me, the diagnosis was stigmatising than my ‘ disease picture ‘.And the medication I could do fine without, with a gang of willpower and perseverance. Learn tricks to not fail and a helpline in the background if it became very difficult. Even the helpline I don’t have now. Understanding yourself, your actions and your reactions can be a great help to rise above the stigma.

But giving a diagnosis should always be done by a professional, and luckily the current climate in the Netherlands is so that you can always talk to your caregiver and ask for alternative questions.

In that consultation, together with advancing insight, both can revise their opinion, help seeking and rescuer.

No, a diagnosis does indeed help and determines the treatment.It’s something for doctors. Professional secrecy means that this remains out of public life.
It is also important for the patient that he focuses his life on his disability.I am thinking especially of serious psychiatric conditions such as depression, bipolar disorder, borderline, autism and schizophrenia.
Stigmatizing is a much abused word and there is something of shame and shame in it. (Stigma = brand.) No one needs to be ashamed of a disease.Psychiatric conditions are still far too much in the taboo sphere and there is the problem, not in the diagnosis. Someone who is weird or does we find scary.
I have never come across a normal person.

Well no, you can only move forward when you know where you are.Even if you are only 7. Learn to have grind to stigma. You don’t have to buy it for sale, not everyone needs to know everything-because they can’t deal with it in their peas brain.

Very nice that diagnosis but then some more part of the medications is pussy side effects Enzo The Therapione who are commandments do not work.If I should stick to the DSM I have an antisocial personality disorder narcissistic traits autism add periods in which I am manic depressed suffer from depersonalization disorder pathologically lying satyrmania ect. Yes instead of going to diagnose everything and swallow pills. Just learn to deal with yourself. From okay I’ve been struggling with this this I’ve done because of this and this and this has happened to me. When you understand that your clinical picture comes from certain things, you can do some of the most practical stuff. The majority of the disease comes by not fixed and traumas. Something is traumatic you do not process that. That energy of that trauma that is yours remains in your body or in your conscious thinking. Because that energy is in that trauma, your body will show you symptoms. Example you are abused as a child you have not processed so you get bothered by your genitals or you have an aversion against sex or you become hypersekueel or unconscious you are just going to have relationships with guys who look like the guest you have abused. Let those things of the orginal trauma dissolve and tada you become better again. This does not go on for things like cancer and just genetic abnormalities, yes of course your body can pass it but that comes more by the people self-nourishment not moving your energy away giving traumas of others to take you. Stay seated with resentment anger but constantly walk in the midget of those traumas and not dissolve or let go. People do everything there to not sit quietly and just feel the balance on make everyone clogged all their dysfunctional behavior with food drug drink working too much to buy a lot of crap I know. Sit down go after thinking go is watch what you need to let go forgive and sometimes it is best just to continue with your life and make fun.

According to me, a diagnosis for a psychological disorder is funest.

You get another self-image.You are no longer a unique person with your peculiarities and shortcomings, but you get a label ‘ borderline disorder ‘, ‘ manic depressed ‘, ‘ autistic ‘ or even ‘ scizofreen ‘.

Because of the label you are no longer taken seriously.This is called the labelling theory. Normal people managed to get absorbed and one was no longer seen by the nursing, but more as an object treats. Dismissal of patients did not pass on his own request, but only at the request of family.

Another disadvantage of the label is that it is going to limit its own personality.The diagnosis becomes your identity and is no longer seen as a temporary phase. You are and remain a borderline. You don’t have to do anything about your tantrums, that can’t and doesn’t make sense, because you’re a borderline.

Such a diagnosis that is not based on anything is sometimes made in a few minutes.People who really stay in a long time are building a whole dossier, where it is always written, without speaking to man.

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