Since the old DSM is laughably antiquated, I thought to redefine it, as well as create a new DSM. Feel free to use it; I own neither my ideas nor my words, only my self.
Depression: The awareness of the hopeless aspect of the world, resulting in extreme helplessness and paralysis.
Schizophrenia: The ability to communicate with the outer simulation.
Mania: A good state of confidence in the ability to change the world, with appropriate action to accompany.
Bipolar: A swing between confidence and helplessness – usually caused by self-doubt.
OCD: The true belief that one’s physical actions can symbolically change reality.
Autism: The extreme sensitivity to the emotions of others.
Sociopathy: Machiavellian practice.
Here are some new ones:
FAD (Fear-Acting Disorder): The practice of acting on instruction of the lizard brain (amygdala) resulting in action solely for self-preservation.
ED (Ego Dysfunction): The delusional belief that one is more important than others.
CC (Control Compulsion): The compulsive need to control others, bending them to your will to create a world that runs by your rules.
MC (Mistranslation Condition): The inability to listen to others, hearing only the meaning you project.
Embrace the change.