Tuesday, August 23, 2016

How Crazy Is Donald Trump?


Since Trump and his surrogates have been all over everywhere questioning Clinton's health (She likes a little lumbar support when seated and has been know to sleep at night. She's obviously at death's door.) it's only fair if I look at Trump's mental health. The American Psychiatric Association has declared it unethical for psychiatrists to analyze Trump from afar but I'm not a doctor so I can.

I took the Self-Assessment on Psychopathy / Narcissistic Personality Disorder on Donald's behalf. I tried to answer the 42 questions like Donald would and while a few questions were difficult most were quite easy. Here are the results.
There are strong indications that you might have a psychopathic / antisocial personality disorder. You reached 100,00% of Factor 1 which captures the core personality traits of psychopathy that define the interpersonal and affective deficits of this personality disorder.
Psychopathy is distinguished by callous unemotional traits (e.g., glibness, pathological lying, shallow affect, and lack of empathy).
You reached 77,78% of Factor 2 which captures the traits of antisocial behavior (e.g. criminal versatility, impulsiveness, irresponsibility, poor behaviour controls) and is associated with reactive anger, social deviance, sensation seeking, anxiety, increased risk of suicide, criminality, and impulsive violence.
Antisocial personality disorder displays a sense of entitlement, unremorseful, apathetic to others, unconscionable, blameful of others, manipulative and conning.
There are strong indications that you might have a narcissistic personality disorder.
Narcissistic personality disorder is a mental disorder in which people have an inflated sense of their own importance, a deep need for admiration and a lack of empathy for others. But behind this mask of ultraconfidence lies a fragile self-esteem that's vulnerable to the slightest criticism. [Source]

We've all seen these traits in Donald. The incessant bragging about having "a very good brain" and being his own best advisor because he knows more about war than "the generals." And his obsessive maniacal reactions when criticized. He treats every little pinprick of criticism like it was a dagger to the heart. Do you remember when Trump was outraged that Clinton didn't congratulate him in her nomination acceptance speech? That was some serious neediness.
There are strong indications that you might have a histrionic personality disorder.
Histrionic personality disorder is characterized by a long-standing pattern of attention seeking behavior and extreme emotionality. [Source] You know, like feeling compelled to call reporters pretending to be his own publicist to brag about himself and his sexual conquests.
You meet 100% of the range of general personality disorder criteria. This further indicates that you might have to deal with a severe personality disorder. Thus, is strongly recommended you seek a professional diagnosis to be sure what exactly you are dealing with. It might turn out useful to print the previous page including your selections and take it to a psychotherapist, psychiatrist or psychologist.
Take the test on Donald's behalf yourself. Be fair. Answer the questions just like Donald would answer them. And if you know Donald, print out the results and put them on his desk. It would be a kindness. His life would be so much happier if he would address these demons that possess him.

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Anonymous said...

I stumbled upon your blog. It is interesting. I am sure you agree that what was once a Conservative is no longer --- umm --- mainstream? Just another word for bigot now - and since Rush's 'entertainment.'

Anyway, I think you could take tests for many politicians and determine that they are crazy. I have read that 10% of the general population are sociopaths - and, 30% of politicians are.

Trump is not my main concern, his 'millions' of followers are.

~Ess