I think what Zero is trying to say is that there are many, many people who exhibit the same symptoms and are generally just called lazy. In fact, most of them call themselves lazy, even if they do actually try.|darc| wrote:EVER HEARD OF A DISORDER? fudging RETARDS, IT EXISTS, STOP TRYING TO FIND SOMETHING TO COMPLAIN ABOUT.zerotype wrote:Boo hoo I just am unorgnized .
I need pillz to make it all betters yeses.
It isnt real get over it, and stop blaming your stuff on that. i got that on my report card as well so what. Ever heard of taking responsbility for your own actions?
For example, I can actually focus myself on something if I care about it. However, I can't make myself care about something. There's an underlying "meh" attitude that I can't break through. Though those few things I can usually focus on (let's say 4 out of 7 days).
Even if you really want to focus, you can't. So, do you diagnose the person with ADD, depression, or any number of other disorders that fit the bill?
Maybe it's just me, (and possibly Zero), but I've tried many a thing to break out of that, including medication and the like, and whether or not it's normal for the rest of the population, I dunno, but I consider it normal. In fact, I blame it on a boredom of life.
I know myself, and the days that I can actually focus, it's almost manic. I can get anything done in little to no time. I understand it, I retain it, and it's great. I just really hate to try living off of pills.
Back on topic though:
I personally would try to ignore everything. However, the problem with that is that he's exhibited violent behaviour, ignoring it may increase the violence. Unfortunately, reciprocating would likely lead to more violence, and by more forceful needs.
Basically, given the violence, I'd take him to the doc. And if that doc didn't do something, I'd take him to another.