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  1. #1 Is there a mental disorder characterized by a reluctance to take responsibility / job? 
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    This person uses his cunning to evade all liabilities.
    He manipulates his father (he is also apart indulgent and somewhat lazy) in order to evade responsabilities.

    Pretends to suffer from depression, insecurity, but all his ills dissapear when the oportunity of diversion comes!


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    It's called a Leech.

    Though his depression is probably real, as nobody who has a life will fake a depression, as it is depressing to fake a depression.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zwolver View Post
    It's called a Leech.

    Though his depression is probably real, as nobody who has a life will fake a depression, as it is depressing to fake a depression.
    Wow! very interesting...

    Who has no life is depressed, and to feign more depression would be very uncomfortable and depressing.

    But why this guy always hated every form of work (handwork too) and responsibility? This condition is biologycal? Has a technical name? A treatment?

    He always showed an absolute secretiveness on his concerns and feelings, but he have a lucid mind (sometimes feign a ridiculous paranoia, contradictory because the nocturnal bars he frequents exposes him to danger; also he takes any taxi, and usually go out alone [without cell phone] at night).
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    Why did you feel the need to post this as a separate topic from your other thread about your brother?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleoichneum View Post
    Why did you feel the need to post this as a separate topic from your other thread about your brother?
    Because my second hipothesis is he could have an organic disease characterized by an absolute reluctance to take responsabilities.

    Im sure he always tried to evade every form of work/responsability. This is the main feature of his personality.
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    WHY the separate thread though. Just cover this in the FIRST thread and stop spamming multiple postings. If he really is a major problem, get help. WE are not here to diagnose medical issues of any sort.
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