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PM Pashinyan's health condition worries (video)

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A few days ago, I wrote about my anxiety about Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan's behavior, mental state, decision-making and the consequences of it in general.

It is noteworthy that there is a great deal of public interest in the concerns I am voicing.
From now on I will refer to Nikol Pashinyan's actions and speeches at different times, moreover, we will focus public attention on specific episodes with my psychic friends.

Dear people, Prime Minister Pashinyan's state of health is really worrying, and as we are in a state of war, our indifference can lead to the loss of statehood.

As a prologue, I present chapter ICD-10, Chapter 5, on Mental Problems, which should have general diagnostic criteria for a person's disorders that are listed in the preface to ICD-10 (International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems). These conditions are not characterized by a straightforward form, a direct global brain injury or illness or other mental disorder, they are personal disorders that are in a broad sense a state of mind that is different from a normal, healthy state, that is, a borderline state shvum to certain personal characteristics sratsmamb: Personal type personality or behavioral disorders represent a trend, which is characterized by discomfort and deviation from the norm and meet the standards of a particular culture.

• A marked disparity in personal attitudes and behavior, which often involves several areas of activity, such as emotional manifestations, cognitive processes, perceptions and thinking, attitudes towards other people, and so on. In different cultural settings, it may be necessary to develop specific standards for social norms,

• Chronic nature of abnormal behavior that has occurred long ago and is not limited by episodes of personality disorder; • Abnormal behavior is widespread and a clear barrier to adaptation to a wide range of personal and social situations;

• These traits typically occur during childhood or adolescence and continue to exist in adulthood;

• The disorder is not always accompanied by significant deterioration in professional and social effectiveness. The psychotype of our study person is very similar to ICD-10 described in Chapter 5, described in Chapter 5, F60.3, an emotionally abnormal personal disorder, in particular, an explosive personal disorder. .

According to the DSM-5 (Personal Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders), personality disorder is similar to Aggressive Disorders, Impulsive and Behavioral Disorders, particularly Intermittent Explosive Disorder.

The aforementioned personal disorders are characterized by instinctive level of tension, stickiness, and less flexibility. The most prominent feature is a tendency to develop dysphoria, which is a frustrated, irritable, irritable state of mind, with a mood that is accompanied by excessive anxiety in response to any external stimulus. During dysphoria, efficacy is observed. Dysphoria can last for hours or days and is distinguished by the moody and gloomy hues. In this case, the effect is distinguished not only by its intensity but also by its duration. Affective states can be manifested in the fact that the person is looking for himself or herself and creates an opportunity for conflict. Conflict is often a normal environment for them, whereby they subconsciously or consciously create conflict situations where they feel more "secure" and always fight (often fighters for justice or consider themselves such), and if the adversary They do not, they create such. Such people, as a rule, are unhappy with many things, pursue prudence, engage in debate at all times, displaying excessive warmth. The lack of flexibility, stubbornness, the conviction of one's own infallibility, and the struggle for permanent justice, which to a large extent lead to the struggle of one's own interests, rights and interests, bring their incompatibility into the mix and create problems at home and in the workplace.

In the following I will present the changes in Nikol Pashinyan's behavior in different situations.