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    Default Mathew Newton - Bully or Mental illness sufferer?

    http://m.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-19072761

    http://m.guardian.co.uk/society/2004...5/mentalhealth

    A few discussions on personality disorders if anyone is interested. A pd is included as an axis II diagnosis, whereas mental illnesses such as major depression, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder are axis I disorders.

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    Default Mathew Newton - Bully or Mental illness sufferer?

    http://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/publi...disorder.shtml

    http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/per...orders/DS00562

    Both articles describe personality disorders as illnesses.

    I've looked after my share of PD's, they have the ability to create varying levels of conflict, as Matthew Newton seems to have done here! Well, a differing of opinions at least

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    Default Re: Mathew Newton - Bully or Mental illness sufferer?

    Mental illness or not his behaviour is completely unacceptable

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    Default Mathew Newton - Bully or Mental illness sufferer?

    I do believe he has a mental illness I don't believe the interview did him any favours.

    He should of just sat there and said yes I am sick, I take full responsibility and am deeply ashamed for anyone I hurt physically or mentally. I am working with professionals to ensure this will not happen again.

    Instead he ducked and weaved questions and tried to gain sympathy with each answer. My favourite was when asked about the footage at the hotel and what his thoughts are and he replies "I feel sorry for the guy (himself) - he seems so lost" ummm how bout sympathy for the man who just got punched in the face while his hands were behind his back.


 

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