Winnie Monsod: Duterte`s health was a national problem
On her column in Inquirer.net, Solita "Winnie" Monsod said that President Rodrigo Duterte was suffering from "“Antisocial Narcissistic Personality Disorder."
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Monsod started her article by citing signals that something is terribly wrong on Duterte's physical and mental health.
"rumors of his physical incapacities—falling asleep during meetings with international counterparts, fainting spells, inability to perform scheduled duties," Monsod wrote.
Monsod also said that when Duterte and her wife Elizabeth Zimmerman decided for annulment, they were required for a psychological evaluation. It was Dr. Natividad Dayan who is a former president of the International Council of Psychologists did the evaluation.
According to Dr. Dayan, he found out that Duterte was suffering from “Antisocial Narcissistic Personality Disorder,” a condition characterized by “gross indifference, insensitivity and self-centeredness,” “grandiose sense of self-entitlement and manipulative behaviors,” and “pervasive tendency to demean, humiliate others and violate their rights and feelings.”
She found Duterte to be “highly impulsive individual who has difficulty controlling his urges and emotions.” And she described him as having a “pervasive tendency to demean, humiliate others and violate their rights and feelings,” and was “unable to reflect on the consequences of his actions.”
Although the article of Monsod was published, there was no copy of Dr. Dayan's report to the court.
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Winnie Monsod: Duterte`s health was a national problem Reviewed by Newsinfo Learn on December 12, 2016 Rating: