Mitchell Rosen: Bullying, mocking can be significant emotional disorders

The book of psychiatric diagnoses, the DSM V, tries hard to be exact and specific. Emotional disorders however are rarely exact; they are often so nuanced and subtle they do not neatly fit into any category.

Take disorders involving anger. An individual who has impulsive, aggressive outbursts could be labeled

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