You claim to be an “expert” in this attachment-related family conflict pathology. Post your vitae, let’s have a look at the actual substance of your claimed “expertise” in attachment-related family pathology – or are you expecting to be “recognized as superior without commensurate achievements” – let’s have a look at your vitae, Karen.
You are the one who is so prominently claiming to be an “expert” – back it up, Karen, because I don’t believe you are an “expert” in anything – I suspect it’s simply a grandiose delusion.
Craig Childress, Psy.D.
Clinical Psychologist, PSY 18857
DSM-5 Narcissistic Personality Disorder Criterion 1: “Has a grandiose sense of self-importance (e.g., exaggerates achievements and talents, expects to be recognized as superior without commensurate achievements).”
Karen Woodall, you assert that you are an “expert”… I have a quiz for you.
You’re a mental health person, right? So you should know symptom terms and definitions. I have one for you. I’ll describe the symptom and you give me the clinical term. Ready, okay here:
The Symptom: A fixed and false belief that is maintained despite contrary evidence.
What’s that called, Karen?
Right, a delusion. I was pretty sure you’d get that one. So here, let me give you a clinical application scenario and see how you do.
Say you have this person who thinks that they’re inventing something that will save the world, or that they’re making some earth-shattering new “discovery” but then it turns out that it’s not true. …
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