Is this beyond a diagnoses? The tragic decline of my father.

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LukeLantern

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I was skeptical about opening up on this particular forum, but what do I have to lose when I feel my father is already being tormented? My Dad(64 yrs old) has been married for 40 years,1 year ago he left his family to become a transsexual under the influence from an unethical and amoral group of vermin. This "group" consists of trans agenda pushers at the personal level, at the professional level he was influenced by these shambolic psychiatric spin doctors who bewitched him via drugs and suggestion. Eventually I confronted him about his behaviour(in addition to his gender dysphoria, he has been abusive to my mom by gloating and withholding money),his responses to me over the phone started out with denial which than morphed into gradual admittance. He could vaguely acknowledge he was in the wrong,and all he could muster in defence of his perversion was that "I was offensive" and that he "didn't agree"(all said in a passive tone of resignation and guilt. I did not use any profanity or energetic aggression, infact I felt like the archetypal philosopher in comparison).


Upon discovering his Facebook page, I saw first hand pictures of my dad wearing women's make up and dressed in female clothing. When I looked into his eyes, I saw a man possessed. I do not see my dad doing wrong, I see someone else. It is important to note that my pre insane dad had high repulsion for such perversions(in 2016 he even criticized me for adopting a "girl" diet by focusing more on a vegan diet). Intuitively I know this is not my dad being a gender non conformist(terms that the politicalized pseudo psychology uses), it is clear to me that the late onset of this mental ailment is that of a gross impurity;a blight within the mind.

Now that I have given you the abstract of the problems we face, all I ask is for any helpful input on potential techniques or recommendations. The psychopathological literature pussyfoots around this topic due to it being intertwined with divisive political agendas, hence why I created this thread.
 
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I think (personal opinion) that where his change is something he has wanted or something he has been influenced towards the process of any trans change should be supported by professional help... So maybe you could gentle encourage that ? Xx
 
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I think (personal opinion) that where his change is something he has wanted or something he has been influenced towards the process of any trans change should be supported by professional help... So maybe you could gentle encourage that ? Xx
I do not want to help ease his transition,I want this problem to be detoxed like carbon therapying the emergency ward. I feel his scenario is beyond any of the specialist topology on this forum(encompassing the entire field). I feel as though I need to practice some form of divination to turn his plane around before it enters a blackhole.
 
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You know your dad, so if you see a very odd change in him you need to look into getting him the help he needs, because it may be he's suffering psychosis, or dementia, or maybe something wrong with his brain. People who are very ill can have an odd vacant look in their eyes and behave out of character. Look into how you can get a doctor to exam him.
 
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Maybe this is something your dad wants and has wanted all along.Maybe at his age he feels it's time to live his life how he truly wants and to be who and how he really is inside.

It happens.Look at Bruce Jenners story and how he is now Caitlyn Jenner.

It doesnt mean your dad is possessed or mentally I'll just because you are against it.