Bipolar vs Unipolar. A unique argument of unfactoids.
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I would suggest that if you do not get mad or sad at anything then you are unipolar.
I have not been diagnosed, by capitalist or communists.
I know myself.
What is your self diagnosis?
A) Not bipolar?
D) none of the above?
Lets have a verbal skirmish.
The truth in my mind is that Unipolar people, those with all the power and control over the many have not the courage to debate this.
The truth in my mind is that folks that are gleeful or pissed off, make the biggest difference.
The truth in my mind is that if you have been diagnosed, then you have been labeled by they as not receptive to the establishment, Unipolarists. Those without feeling, except self esteem.
The lesson is that you should not let anyone diagnose you, or you will be hooked on their pills, and be a commodity to they.
Welcome all debaters, over the age of comprehension.
The BoP, whatever the poop that is, is on the taker of this.
Thank you Pro for creating this debate.
Pro has labeled many "lessons" that have been supposedly learned in his first round.
There is only one note of a premise, and a side that Pro has taken to this debate:
"I would suggest that if you do not get mad or sad at anything then you are unipolar."
Pro is suggesting "Unipolar" means having one emotion at all times. Inversely, any of us who feel any range of emotion towards happy or angry are to be considered Bipolar.
I am arguing this point.
Unipolar, while not considered a diagnosis, is the general normalcy of one's emotions. Good things making one happy, bad things making one sad/angry. However, Unipolar, as Pro describes, is a controlled response of emotions.
Bipolar (disorder) is considered to be a "manic-depressive illness." Extreme ranges of emotions that are unusual and mostly unprovoked causing detriment to ones daily life and activities. Bipolar disorder is a hindrance caused by one's own unstable emotions.
The link I posted is from the National Institute of Mental Health explainging various things regarding Bipolar Disorder. (Causes, Populations at Risk, Signs and Symptoms, Treatments, and Clinical Trials)
The link states nothing of unipolars. Nor does 'unipolarism' have any relationship with one's wealth.
I am not sure what change my opponent is referring to.
My arguments have not been refuted.
Max.Wallace forfeited this round.
Thank you for the debate and thank you all for reading.
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