Just about every single person in the Western world has at least one mental disorder nowadays. You either can admit to it. Or you're lying. Which one, out of the most common ones, do you have?
And yeah, I left anonymous mode open this one time, for all the cowards out there.
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I was diagnosed with Paranoid Schizophrenia years ago. There was always an uncertainty, about the diagnosis, and the psychiatrist who gave me that diagnosis, based it off of a very real psychotic episode, but was not sure it was the right fit, he told me, that he needed to give me a diagnosis, to get me real help. Years in the system, and I've been "normal" ever since, I take no medication, and the system has "removed" me, from it, since there was no need for treatment. Since then, I have spend too many hours and too much money, seeing different therapists, and they all say the same thing, that it appears to have been a stress related episode, in a combination of events in my life, mostly from my childhood home (my mother was recently found to have a personality disorder), which seems to explain, well, everything. Its been a whole circus and a half.
Today I am clear, I am very aware of myself and for the first time ever, I feel that I bring value into the lives of the people around me. I keep seeing my therapist, just to make sure, I keep working on all the parts of me, that seems to have been broken, and what I broke in others, due to being in pain myself.