Posted: Mar 04, 2018 2:41 pm
by LucidFlight
John Platko wrote:
LucidFlight wrote:I guess if your behaviour does not adversely affect you, then it is not a disorder.

What if it adversely affects someone else?

Yes, good point. Let us expand the notion of "you" to include those around you. That could be an indicator of some sort of disorder that might need investigating.


Or, how about... adversely affects you (which includes a range of meaning that extends the possibility that your behaviour has an effect others too).