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NOT A JOKE: Therapists Confirm Trump Derangement Syndrome is Real

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Wow.

That’s all I can say. Just…wow.

While the term “Trump Derangement Syndrome” seems like it’s mostly tongue-in-cheek, we’ve started using the label more seriously over time as celebrities, MSM outlets, and Democratic politicians themselves all seem to display very real derangement and disassociation with reality at the fact that Donald Trump is still in the White House.

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I mean, we all knew they were freaking out when he won, but we all kind of expected they’d chill out and get used to it, especially when their paychecks got bigger and their streets safer, right?

Um…no. The more Donald Trump succeeds as a President, the more insane they seem to be.

And, according to therapists around Washington DC, those suffering from TDS are becoming so common, there’s actually a more official name for it: “Trump Anxiety Disorder.”

Again…this is not a joke. 

The Daily Caller reports:

Therapists around Washington, D.C., are noticing a sharp increase in patients describing symptoms of what has been called Trump Derangement Syndrome.

“There is a fear of the world ending,” said DC Counseling and Psychotherapy Center founder, Elisabeth LaMotte, referring to some of President Donald Trump’s decisions. “It’s very disorienting and constantly unsettling.”

LaMotte described an uptick in her patients describing what the right refers to as Trump Derangement Syndrome, CBC reported Saturday. “Is he gonna blow us all up?” one of her patients asked.

Clinical psychologist Jennifer Panning calls it “Trump Anxiety Disorder” because “symptoms were specific to the election of Trump and the resultant unpredictable sociopolitical climate.”

In my humble opinion, this is the result of both the MSM hype and the detrimental psychological effects of social media. Public discourse seems to have reached increasingly violent levels over the last few years, and you can’t deny how much rather insignificant events, like Roseanne’s tweet about Valerie Jarrett which would have been nothing more than a brief PR headache for her agents and ABC, snowball into mass hysteria across social media and MSM outlets.

If people are going insane, they’re being driven insane by a media structure that thrives on controversy and outrage, so the general public continues to be more and more ginned up by a fear-and-hysteria based media that is thriving on their derangement.

 

 

 

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