Kristin talks excitedly, and clearly shows an increased

Kristin symptoms are the physical issues such as chest pains, stomach cramps, and dizziness. She is very nervous due to her poor academic performance and the possibility of failing college and how her parents might take it. She is suffering an anxiety disorder with a psychosomatic tendency. The psychosomatic tendency appears when she fears of the suffering of a brain tumor, but the physical exams show her no symptom of this issue.Shelby symptoms are the methodic night rituals, and the need for checking through the “roll-call” on her family members point to a diagnosis of OCD (Obsessive-compulsive disorder). She has a very strict schedule on how things should be done and also, with cleanness and tidiness, if things aren’t done how she wants them to be she can’t go to sleep and won’t let others do so. Carl’s symptoms are the blackouts and memory loss. I would diagnose the patient with dissociative amnesia after living an emotionally traumatic event when he found out his wife was cheating on him with his coworker and wanted a divorce. Dissociative amnesia involves disruptions or breakdowns of memory, consciousness, awareness, identity and/or perception often caused by a traumatic or stressful event, and this is what Carl has been experiencing since the “worst day of his career”. It might look like Carl is suffering from dissociative fugue because of his first blackout, which took him about a 100 miles away, but he has not gone so far ever since and neither has he presumed a different personality. Concluding that Carl suffers dissociative amnesia. Lyndsi symptoms are hallucinations since she’s talking as if there was someone else in the room, self-harm, abnormal movements, and wild behavior. From her symptoms, we can conclude she suffers schizophrenia since her conduct is not lucid. Becky’s symptoms are extreme emotions and actions that will surely gain others attention. I believe Becky suffers bipolar disorder in a manic state. She is overconfident, ecstatically happy, talks excitedly, and clearly shows an increased activity since she was joyfully running naked through the park as a celebration after being in a sad mood for the last few days. Evidently, she wasn’t thinking in the repercussion of her actions, these actions point to the conclusion that she suffers a bipolar disorder. 

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