Whereas I partly agree with you about what you said about Rygar and his issues I wouldnt have probably said it in that way which is why I usually dont answer to these posts anymore. I just cant find the time to go over the same issues over and over again and its like all these people who offer advice might as well talk to their plants (at least thats supposed to have a positive effect). But this is more directed to your comment about psychology. Psychology isnt an either/or sience and in fact, it has contributed to solving a lot of issues. Psychology draws from different approaches like neurology, biology, chemistry and many more. No psychologist would disagree with you about the effects of different testosterone levels and it is a simple cliché to think its all about Freud and "tell me about your mother". What it actually says is, that e.g. in Depression or addiction, there isnt ONE single cause but an unfortunate combination of aspects that come together, some of them biological (also genetic), some of them social.....Vice versa, social changes can influence your biology, like a divorce can influence your seratonin levels - and if your mom hasnt taught you appropriate coping techniques, you might have seen from your dad that drinking helps and if you start doing that, your serotonin cant balance itself out and your in the cycle and noone knows what was there first and where it started. Anyway, just meaning to say its not as black and white.