Just the other day a person not named asked a serious question: Has the paranormal become a playground, for the mentally disabled?Or mentally ill if you chose to reference by that definition?
Their does have some interesting regularities,where we see folks with mental handicaps getting involved inside the Paranormal.Based on the things we are all seeing, these types of folks seem to have nothing but time on their hands. A lot of these folks do not work and live off the backs of others and off of social security.
This article is not in any ways referencing kind people, that have a serious disability,but is referencing some folks that have made the Paranormal into their own private circus.
Mental Disorders in America
Mental disorders are common in the United States and internationally. An estimated 26.2 percent of Americans ages 18 and older or about one in four adults suffer from a diagnosed mental disorder in a given year. When applied to the 2004 U.S. Census residential population estimate for ages 18 and older, this figure translates to 57.7 million people.
Mood disorders include major depressive disorder, dysthymic disorder, and bipolar disorder.
- Approximately 20.9 million American adults, or about 9.5 percent of the U.S. population age 18 and older in a given year, have a mood disorder.
- The median age of onset for mood disorders is 30 years.
- Depressive disorders often co-occur with anxiety disorders and substance abuse.
With the fast acting internet, social sites,webpages and Holly-Wood producers,expanding the Paranormal world.It is been vastly stated, that certain folks are drawn, enticed into a field they may not quite be able to comprehend.Some of these folks already have borderline or underlining behavior problems.So ask your selves,can this be good for anyone in the field who is or becomes a said victim of someone else’s own delusional reality?