Does this mean people in mental institutions necessarily have VERY little physical illness then? You say they are unlikely to get cancer because their depression is still CA, so this means other conflicts cannot occur? I was meaning NEW conflicts which result from the original problem (i.e. anxiety) causing exponential increases in illness. But if a person can never have more than one shock, that would disprove the question.
As to your family members, does this mean a person could intentionally try to induce mental illness (maybe drink a lot if predisposed to depression or take a lot of mind-altering drugs if predisposed to schizophrenia) and then have carte blanche to do whatever they want with little to no ill health effects for life?
EDIT: Thinking further, this still confuses me. If GNM accounts for "mechanical" illnesses, then why would cigarettes and alcohol not affect them? Aren't nicotine and alcohol poisons??
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