A. Excessive avoidance for a period lasting longer than a few weeks, for reasons not related to economic austerity, of normally effective medications or over-the-counter remedies for common discomforts such as cold symptoms, allergies, headaches, muscle soreness, hangover, or difficulty falling asleep.
B. Failure to visit a medical doctor for routine checkups for a period lasting longer than two years.
C. Failure to obtain health insurance; or consistent failure, neglect or refusal to answer official communications from insurance authorities, complete necessary forms and questionaires, or otherwise responsibly attend to administrative details which are recognized as necessary for fair and effective medical insurance coverage.
D. Habitual or repeated patronage of internet websites which puport to "expose psychiatric violations of human rights" or "advocate prosecution of psychiatric crimes".
E. A confirmed record of any four or more of the following statements of effective opinion, not subsequently disavowed:
- Mental illnesses are not real brain diseases.
- Mental illnesses can be controlled by individual will.
- There is no objective medical test to diagnose or rule out any DSM disorder.
- Psychotropic medications have dangerous side effects.
- Children can become addicted to Schedule II stimulants.
- Psychiatrists perpetrate fraud and abrogate the right to informed consent.
- Psychiatry kills.
- The insanity defense should be abolished.
- Involuntary commitment should be abolished.
- Psychiatry is pseudo-science.