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It honestly astounds me that you seem to think you know more about these things than a trained professional, unless you also studied these subjects extensively and are trained to diagnose.
In everything I've read on mental health websites written by professionals and everything I've been told by mental health specialists, they don't say anything about it being related to the things you have listed above.
So I'm curious, are you actually a trained professional? Or are you just another person who seems to think that because they've read a few articles, they're an expert on these subjects?
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