We're always in one, it seems. What a wonderful cartoon... can tell where you get your talent from, GG. xx
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Of course! I remember your father's work from my youth! But I never associated him with you. Thanks for jogging my memory.
Great - I'm surprised they had Dysmorphobia in those days.
I didnt know that your father also had drawn cartoon.(It is difficalt for me to understand...)
Hi Masako...How are you? I'm afraid I dont know the Japanese word for dysmorphophobia.
I believe dysmorphophobia is similar to Anorexia (Unhappy with ones body) but don't take my word for it.
Or in other words Dysmorphophobia has been described for more than a century.1 This psychiatric condition, also termed body dysmorphic disorder (BDD),2 is marked by a fixation on an imaginary flaw in the physical appearance. In cases in which a minor defect truly exists, the individual with body dysmorphic disorder exhibits an inordinate amount of anguish. Body dysmorphic disorder often is encountered in dermatologic and cosmetic surgery settings.3 This disorder traditionally has been labeled dysmorphic syndrome. Dysmorphophobic symptoms in a dermatologic setting have been termed dermatological hypochondriasis, and in individuals without apparent cutaneous lesions, the condition is termed dermatologic nondisease.4
Geraldgee. I see you're a man of few words.So sayeth anonymouscol