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It's unfortunate that the patient came to seek therapy so late, but fortunate that he came to seek therapy at all. First, I agree with user30295 in general, and just want to explain why: In the question, you say: "He only developed it a couple of months ago because of his anxiety;" ie, anxiety led to his condition - but what anxiety? In a later comment, ...


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Generally, therapy is more successful, the more resources a patient brings to the therapy. For example, a generally healthy person will recover quickly from a flu, while an old person with fragile health may even die from it. The same goes for psychotherapy. The more "functional" a person was before he or she developed a psychological disorder, the more ...


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Personality disorders in general are difficult to treat for a variety of reasons: They are difficult to diagnose accurately. By definition, personality disorders reflect enduring issues in multiple areas of functioning. Patients often do not see themselves as having a problem. Patients are difficult to get along with and form a constructive therapeutic ...


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Yes, the effects of electromagnetic fields on the brain have been studied extensively, especially with respect to cellphone, WiFi, and other small devices that emit such fields. The results are typically mixed, but the overall consensus is that "it depends" - on the strength of the field, the environment, length of exposure, etc - and most modern consumer ...



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