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Monday, July 30, 2018
Therapists report widespread cases of ‘Trump anxiety disorder'
Elisabeth LaMotte, the founder of the D.C. Counseling and Psychotherapy
Center in Washington, D.C., told CBC that there is a “collective anxiety” among
her patients related to President
Trump’s rhetoric and policies.
"There is a fear of the world ending," she said. "It's
very disorienting and constantly unsettling."
She said that Trump critics whom she treats exhibit similar behavior to
patients who have a parent with a personality disorder.
"Whether it's conscious or not, I think we look to the president
of the United States as a psychological parent," LaMotte said.
LaMotte told CBC that the “condition” is also common among
Trump supporters, who often say they feel “isolated” by friends and family for
aligning with the president or pulled into angry conversations.
Steve Stosny, another D.C. therapist, told CBC that he worked with a
Trump administration official whose liberal-leaning wife and daughter were
“starting to hate him.” The couple eventually decided to divorce, even though
the husband left his post.
“The wife couldn't take it anymore,” Stosny said. “It's tough when one
spouse is at war with the children."
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Multiple therapists told CBC that they observed symptoms, including
lack of sleep, excessive use of social media, feelings of losing control and
helplessness, in their patients that they attributed to Trump-related anxiety.
sleep, excessive use of social media, feelings of losing control and
helplessness" describes about 10,000 psychological conditions. Who is the
CBC trying to kid?
Indeed, note that the
report quotes only a couple of therapists and then describes what
"multiple therapists" indicated as "Trump related anxiety."
How many of those "multiple therapists" are virtulent Trump haters?
Could it be that a bit of "transference" is underway where the biases
of the therapists are transferred to the patient?
Nah. Can't happen.
There's nothing like
an appeal to authority for a reporter to buttress their case. In this instance,
the CBC cites an "online poll" which, as you can imagine, is about as
inaccurate a true measurement of sentiment as there is in the polling biz.
Find your 'Safe Space' and wear your P.J.s
The American Psychological Association (APA) found in a recent online survey that stress levels following
the election are the highest they’ve been in a decade. And the majority of
respondents reported stress over the 2016 election and the future of the nation
"Stress over the
2016" election could also mean that people were terrified of Hillary
Clinton becoming president. Not one word that indicates Trump would be the sole
cause of the stress.
"Trump anxiety disorder" what we have here is "Trump Derangement
Syndrome." TDS is running rampant in the media so it's no surprise that
hysterical reporting by the press would generate hysteria in the public.
Sounds like the
therapists themselves need a little therapy to overcome their own hysteria