gustavopi wrote:I said STAR with wikipedia because is a reference article. I'd read about in magazines, but it's in portuguese and aren't short. I don't think it's interesting, my intention wasn't an academic level discussion (I'm not a doctor).
When I read your text, it's seams that you are in avoidance. Even if we agree with another diagnosis (I gess ou mean avoidant personality disorder), we can ignore the symptoms that are common with a lot of conditions. If you have a persistent headache, you can't say there is nothing that indicates a brain tumor!
If you think is just avoidance, you can post your diagnosis and support it instead just depreciate my opinion. Do you think I cant read an article and have my opinion about the game? Yes, I can!
Lets see your psychology degree then, because your posts tell me you have absolutely no idea what you're even talking about. I may not have a degree in the subject but I have studied it extensively in school, and while psychology isn't an exact science, it's the best we've got. My opinion is definitely not a professional opinion, but certainly more educated than yours. If your intention wasn't an academic level discussion, perhaps you shouldn't have brought this up in an academic context.
What I'm not getting is why you're so stubborn. You keep saying "IT CANT BE THAT SIMPLE LOL 1" But I hate to break it to you-it is. This is very much a "what you see is what you get" kind of game as opposed to the first 3 games.
Now you keep insisting that Cheryl has dissociative identity disorder. Your evidence being
-She paints her mother in a very bad light, no matter which way she does it. It's clear she doesn't think of her mother very highly.
-And a game mechanic that things change depending on the way you play the game.
That seems about it, holding on to the memory of a loved one, and refusing to let go, and a game mechanic isn't a sign of a neurological disorder.
You can say "YOU JUST DONT UNDERSTAND DERP" all you want, but you've lost me. You're trying to make things more complex than they actually are.