What Is Schizotypal Personality Disorder And Why Does It Matter?

What Is Schizotypal Personality Disorder and why does it matter?

I’m sceptical of giving things labels. It seems there are far too many labels going around these days and just as many people willing to abuse those labels for their own gain. In the past, it was finger-pointing. Today, it’s labelling.

In case you’re wondering what a label is – a label normally comprises of one or two words. Four example: racist, holocaust denier, left wing, right wing, good, bad, evil, saint etc. You get the idea. These are all labels, created by someone, to enhance or destroy a person or a group of people. They cause division, seperation and confusion – and they are a lethal political tool.

When you label somebody, you are judging them. This is exactly why i am sceptical about mental health labels. One in particular is called Schizotypal Personality Disorder. As if we didn’t have enough labels for mental-health already.

Schizotypal Personality Disorder is a very interesting one, as you are about to find out. Here is an interesting quote about this so-called disorder.

“ People with personality disorders have long-standing patterns of thinking and acting that differ from what society considers usual or normal.” WebMD.com

So what exactly is deemed “normal” by society? With over 7 billion humans on the planet, each with their own personality traits, experiences and family backgrounds, it would be useful to define what “normal” means.

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The article continues by saying:

“Schizotypal personality disorder is one of a group of conditions informally thought of as “eccentric” personality disorders. People with these disorders often appear odd or peculiar. They also may display unusual thinking patterns and behaviors.”

Again, what exactly constitutes “odd or peculiar” and what on earth are “unusual thinking patterns and behaviour”?

You can find the full article here.

Here are some of the things that people with this disorder may display:

Dressing, speaking, or acting in an odd or peculiar way
• Being suspicious and paranoid
• Being uncomfortable or anxious in social situations due to their distrust of others
• Having few friends and being extremely uncomfortable with intimacy
• Tending to misinterpret reality or to have distorted perceptions (for example, mistaking noises for voices)
• Having odd beliefs or magical thinking (for example, being overly superstitious or thinking of themselves as psychic)
• Being preoccupied with fantasy and daydreaming
• Tending to be stiff and awkward when relating to others
Coming across as emotionally distant, aloof, or cold.

So far I think you’ll agree that almost all humans display one or a few of these traits on a daily basis. So what is this dis-order really all about and where do physicians draw the line?

This net can be cast far and wide and going by the wording above – without restriction. In short, this gives the state a label that they can slap on almost any human on the planet that thinks or believes anything other than the official narative. If you say something they do not like, do something they do not like, think something they do not like, you can be labelled with this dis-order. Your credability will be demolished overnight – even if what your are saying is true. Whistleblowers, truth community, independant journalists, human rights activists, spiritual teachers, metaphysical teachers – beware!.

This will soon become another label designed to silence anyone who can think for themselves. You don’t believe me? Watch and see. THINK WHILE ITS LEGAL FRIENDS.

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  1. “ ‘ People with personality disorders have long-standing patterns of thinking and acting that differ from what society considers usual or normal.’ WebMD.com”

    Well, then that means I’ve been pathologically averse to this culture for quite some time…

    That quote from J. Krishnamurti comes to mind:”It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.”


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