I’m assuming that Joan’s response is as sad an attempt at satire disguised as insult as the…
Chase Robertson
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Before she blocked me, Joan responded: “Joan was very present at university as she was earning her doctorate in psychology. And it had nothing whatsoever to do with satire. Except, of course, writing a response to the little cute note written by this little naive person.”

A naïve person would not diagnose someone whom they have never met.

A naïve person would not claim they had not made that diagnosis in jest.

A naïve person would refuse to defend how a diagnosis of someone they had never met aligns with either DSM or ICD, and then block the person who pointed at that faulty logic.

By the way, I have DSM-III on my bookshelf…

For everyone else, the DSM is The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, and is published by the American Psychiatric Association.
https://www.apa.org/monitor/2009/10/icd-dsm.aspx

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