LOL... Rudy Shows Us How Insecure He Is - He Doesn't Mind Forging Others' Nyms, But Forge HIS, and He Freaks Out

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AlleyCat

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Rudy's neuroses, also called psychoneurosis or plural psychoneuroses, mental
disorder, causes a sense of distress and deficit in functioning.

Rudy's neuroses are characterized by anxiety, depression, or other feelings of
unhappiness or distress that are out of proportion to the circumstances of a
Rudy's life.

They may impair Rudy's functioning in virtually any area of his life,
relationships, or external affairs, but they are not severe enough to
incapacitate the person, hence his constant posting on Usenet.

Psychiatrists first used the term neurosis in the mid-19th century to
categorize Rudy's symptoms, thought to be neurological in origin; the prefix
"psycho-" was added some decades later when it became clear that mental and
emotional factors were important in the etiology of his disorders.

An influential view held by the psychoanalytic tradition is that Rudy's
neuroses arise from intrapsychic conflict (conflict between different drives,
impulses, and motives held within various components of the mind).

Central to psychoanalytic theory, which was founded by Austrian neurologist
Sigmund Freud, is the postulated existence of an unconscious part of Rudy's
mind which, among other functions, acts as a repository for repressed thoughts,
feelings, and memories that are disturbing or otherwise unacceptable to the
conscious mind.

Rudy's repressed mental contents are typically homo-sexually or aggressive
urges or painful memories of an emotional loss or an unsatisfied longing dating
from childhood.

Anxiety arises when Rudy's unacceptable and repressiveness drives threaten to
enter consciousness; prompted by anxiety, the conscious part of the mind (the
ego) tries to deflect the emergence into consciousness of the repressed mental
contents through the use of defense mechanisms such as repression, denial, or
reaction formation.

Neurotic symptoms often begin when a previously impermeable defense mechanism
breaks down and a forbidden drive or impulse threatens to enter consciousness.

(like when AlleyCat kicks his ass)

While the psychoanalytic theory has continued to be influential, another
prominent view, associated with behavioral psychology, represents neurosis as a
learned, inappropriate response to stress that can be unlearned. A third view,
stemming from cognitive theory, emphasizes the way in which maladaptive
thinking-such as the fear of possible punishment-promotes an inaccurate
perception of the self and surrounding events.
Types

Obsessive-compulsive disorders are characterized by the irresistible entry of
unwanted ideas, thoughts, or feelings into consciousness or by the need to
repeatedly perform ritualistic actions that the sufferer perceives as
unnecessary or unwarranted. Obsessive ideas may include recurrent violent or
obscene thoughts; compulsive behaviour includes rituals such as repetitive hand
washing or door locking. The drug clomipramine has proved effective in treating
many patients with obsessive-compulsive disorders.

Somatoform disorders, which include the so-called hysterical, or conversion,
neuroses, manifest themselves in physical symptoms, such as blindness,
paralysis, or deafness that are not caused by organic disease. Hysteria was
among the earliest syndromes to be understood and treated by psychoanalysts,
who believe that such symptoms result from fixations or arrested stages in an
individual's early psycho-sexual development.

In anxiety disorders, anxiety is the principal feature, manifesting itself
either in relatively short, acute anxiety attacks or in a chronic sense of
nameless dread. Persons undergoing anxiety attacks may suffer from digestive
upsets, excessive perspiration, headaches, heart palpitations, restlessness,
insomnia, disturbances in appetite, and impaired concentration. Phobia, a type
of anxiety disorder, is represented by inappropriate fears that are triggered
by specific situations or objects. Some common objects of phobias are open or
closed spaces, fire, high places, dirt, and bacteria.

Depression, when neither excessively severe nor prolonged, is regarded as a
neurosis. A depressed person feels sad, hopeless, and pessimistic and may be
listless, easily fatigued, slow in thought and action, and have a reduced
appetite and difficulty in sleeping.

Post-traumatic stress disorder is a syndrome appearing in people who have
endured some highly traumatic event, such as a natural disaster, torture, or
incarceration in a concentration camp. The symptoms include nightmares, a
diffuse anxiety, and guilt over having survived when others perished.
Depersonalization disorder consists of the experiencing of the world or oneself
as strange, altered, unreal, or mechanical in quality.


Rudy Canoza

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Dec 8, 2021, 10:41:21 PM12/8/21
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On 12/8/2021 7:14 PM, AlleyCat wrote:
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AlleyPussyBitch is truly fucked up.

> AlleyPussyBitch's neuroses, also called psychoneurosis or plural psychoneuroses, mental
> disorder, causes a sense of distress and deficit in functioning.
>
> AlleyPussyBitch's neuroses are characterized by anxiety, depression, or other feelings of
> unhappiness or distress that are out of proportion to the circumstances of a
> AlleyPussyBitch's life.
>
> They may impair AlleyPussyBitch's functioning in virtually any area of his life,
> relationships, or external affairs, but they are not severe enough to
> incapacitate the person, hence his constant posting on Usenet.
>
> Psychiatrists first used the term neurosis in the mid-19th century to
> categorize AlleyPussyBitch's symptoms, thought to be neurological in origin; the prefix
> "psycho-" was added some decades later when it became clear that mental and
> emotional factors were important in the etiology of his disorders.
>
> An influential view held by the psychoanalytic tradition is that AlleyPussyBitch's
> neuroses arise from intrapsychic conflict (conflict between different drives,
> impulses, and motives held within various components of the mind).
>
> Central to psychoanalytic theory, which was founded by Austrian neurologist
> Sigmund Freud, is the postulated existence of an unconscious part of AlleyPussyBitch's
> mind which, among other functions, acts as a repository for repressed thoughts,
> feelings, and memories that are disturbing or otherwise unacceptable to the
> conscious mind.
>
> AlleyPussyBitch's repressed mental contents are typically homo-sexually or aggressive
> urges or painful memories of an emotional loss or an unsatisfied longing dating
> from childhood.
>
> Anxiety arises when AlleyPussyBitch's unacceptable and repressiveness drives threaten to
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