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Antismokers' Dysfunction Syndrome, or ASDS, is a psychological disorder that anti-smokers suffer from. However, not only does it affect the anti-smoker, it, and its symptoms, adversely affect those around them. Its symptoms include[1]:

  • Narcissism
  • Megalomania
  • Phobias
  • Hypochondria
  • Victim Complex
  • Projection
  • Paranoia

Those in the anti-smoking cohort suffering from ASDS can be split up into 9 categories[2]:

  • The Innocents
  • The Neurotics
  • The Truly Affected
  • The Bereaved
  • Ex-Smokers and Victims
  • The Controllers
  • The Idealists
  • The Moralists
  • The Greedy