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Have you taken a nude photo yourself apple at -- ever.
Anyway have you ever tweeted such a thing or put -- -- -- -- public consumption anyway.
I'm hoping and betting that most of you would say no put a lot of people seem to do it.
Anthony we know for instance.
What on earth was he thinking.
And that it would please remember the series glee or you know the -- everybody knows it had a Morris.
Has recently the being and found -- -- Published.
Nude photos of -- -- so why do people do it would join in the studio now.
By adopted dale archer it.
Good to have you here adopted gaga talked to by the way is the -- of this new book better than normal how what makes you different.
Can make -- exceptional we'll talk about this in a -- it's a fascinating book and the doctor also has be some foxnews.com.
Where you can read about that there it is a psychiatrist tells the truth it's okay not to be normal -- -- -- that in a moment but it doesn't seem very normal delta.
To be taking nude photos of yourself at any point of the mind tweaking them -- one of them.
But I think the average person would certainly -- -- review but you gotta get into the mindset of a celebrity.
And so these are people that are blatantly and secure.
And they're constantly looking for validation and if they can't get it from their fans.
For as much as they wide then what better than to take a picture of yourself a look at -- a hot.
I'm still hot digital got it right.
Then the next thing you know so well maybe -- to a couple of fronts but of course now what's happening is the phones -- getting -- they're getting my act.
And they're going oh -- I just never thought it would make it to the general public -- C writes in -- adult as saying.
What's wrong with them it's surely they just do it to get attention.
I wrote a piece on this as well and actually what I think is first of all a fourteen year old knows that anything you do electronically can end up on the Internet and a whole new meaning -- fourteen year old doesn't know that these I think the average fourteen year old has gotten us very very clearly not to say there are exceptions.
But in terms of a celebrity really look at Kim Kardashian or Paris Hilton -- their sex tapes made them.
And now they have billion not million dollar cars multi million dollars -- -- -- -- -- only -- 65 million dollars last -- and -- was nothing gentler -- taken out.
So the your photos get linked to take -- -- -- glee for example.
She goes oh well I guess it could have been worse she -- -- -- it'll just I look good and a little research punish is that this is not the first time it's happened.
And I would have liked that idea that I have no idea whether Heather Morris looks good naked I have not viewed those photos and I do not intend to.
But she yes she was she really embraced and said -- he's -- a look back when I'm old and a little -- here and say no I've enjoyed it and it's turn heads and should she did say that and she goes.
-- hurt my career to be kidding this is gonna hurt my career so that's a very interesting point that.
That people young people have perhaps -- the cut action -- Paris Hilton until this is a way to become famous that's.
It's a reflection of our society is not a reflection of our society but it.
I mean obviously it has what -- dance and you look at these people and you go you go from no one knowing who you are.
To being the 65 million dollar woman -- And the space of a few years and your career starts the day that's expect gets leaked and it's always a week.
If I never heard that -- we put me get out there then I get out shocked and dismayed and say oh my goodness I can't believe it got out there.
And I'm -- and we're gonna sue but of course that just increases the demand.
Right and a Sara west it says here we should all know -- That there is no such thing is sending a picture to a couple of friends that's very -- is now -- goes everywhere and -- -- -- I think for -- a figure that out -- -- -- -- -- actually finals what about somebody like Anthony -- yeah the democratic congressman who was forced to resign in the wake of him sending -- and naked in semi naked photographs of himself.
Where does that come from he's obviously not trying to further his Korea.
What is that just a citizen or not.
Susan what is it that that's pathological narcissism and -- a guy who thinks the rules do not apply to him it's a guy who thinks that he can do whatever he wants.
And he also means that validation politicians need to be validated that people like him that they get on that -- they're popular.
And so here he wanted to get that validation of course from a young woman American -- And necessarily weighs in -- west -- it again in the case of we knew he was just showing off.
He did have some good -- -- -- another -- at all right let's take a let's get -- better than normal how what makes -- different can make -- exceptional like a what does that mean exactly well in 1952 were the first psychiatric diagnostic -- -- -- -- -- 106 diagnosis when -- Manuel came out in 2000 or 352.
Diagnoses so we gained 200 diagnoses in the space that thirty some odd years.
Are we really that screwed up.
Is America really that bad national institute of mental health doesn't serve it.
Finds 26% of Americans have -- -- will psychiatric illness are you kidding you won four of all of us really yeah.
I've plowed little Chris that is so -- what the book says is we are over diagnosing or treating and over -- America.
And we basically taken these psychiatric diagnoses and we're trying to define normal.
The eight PA is defining normal and more make -- -- smaller and smaller and smaller.
And as a gets smaller the abnormally universe expands to include almost everyone -- -- a hot don't worry we can make you normal here's -- no matter yourself don't we -- so we're sending a message that bit.
Did the different things about us the things that can make as exceptional are wrong and -- -- -- you've got to conform they're not good little bit of anxiety -- -- -- -- a little bit of perfectionism not -- get rather uphill into the track really sediment racing that.
You know 25 years ago I started psychiatric practice.
No one wanted to see assuring everyone bought at the stigma was overpowering so the people that finally came and were really really sick people -- but over the 25 -- -- gone from -- stick with ties to glamorize.
Now everybody wants to come in and get a -- because they think that after a little depressed -- a little anxious for a little liberty.
The back can be fixed and they don't want it and it's a horrible horrible really trajectory and it what are we talking -- hit drugs like a -- it and I guess those kind of things it and to -- -- -- -- over prescription those -- everything's over -- -- everything's overnight -- government struck probably no better example than ADHD right five million kids today are carrying that diagnosis.
And over half of those dramatic five and 8%.
Of American kids about one and twelfth.
Now do want to twelve American kids really have ADHD right I don't think that killed it just being kids there what you got and not -- that man it was a great comments on the flight that arrived -- look you know I don't want my child like -- -- but the teacher in the school system we're forcing me to do it.
Because he won't sit still and he won't be able to go back to school unless he's Medicare.
Fascinating all right and there's a lot more evident in the doctor's book is -- a better than normal how what makes you different can make -- exceptional available at the iTunes bookstore.
Amazon.com Barnes & Noble.
For those -- and nobles -- still exist.
And thankful that had on the bookshelves the various books a real bookshelves and also to bookstores okay thank you very much don't tell.
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