Is a diagnose (such as bipolar, depression, or an eating disorder) an obstacle for joining and being respected in the community?
Your medical issues are essentially your own business. However, if they lead to some unsatanic manifestations in your behavior, then of course people may notice that and rightfully judge you.
While I realize that clinical depression, bipolarism, etc. are real issues, they are in fact treatable. I've noticed that some people who have these conditions ultimately don't seem to want treatment, preferring to use the term as a crutch and play the victim card. Granted not all do so, but there's obviously nothing Satanic about it.
The bible talks about the masochist who enjoys self-torture, couldn't self-injury (cutting) be viewed in this way as well? I self-injure quite frequently, but I enjoy it. It is my only way of releasing anger, and I fell bloody empowered while doing it. Same goes for eating disorders: could they be viewed as a form of voluntary and conscious masochism?
The Satanic Bible also stresses the differences between indulgence and compulsion. Self-injury, as I understand it, is not a kinky thing but rather almost always a sign of underlying self-image issues. Self-loathing is very unsatanic. Likewise, there's a difference between indulgent gluttony and an eating disorder; the latter is a compulsion.
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