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Weegy: The freshly baked bread is very good, crisp on the outside and yeasty on the inside. They occasionally have good imported cheese. Stay away from their cooked food section. The two soups I got this week were greasy and absolutely tasteless. [ For the borcht it was if they put cabbage and onions in a cauldron of plain water and boiled it for six or seven hours. No salt or any kind of seasoning. Horrible. The meatball soup had a quarter inch of grease floating on top and had been cooked so long the meatballs fell apart. Ignore the well meaning servers who offer statements about how delicious and healthy the soup is. ] (More)
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what do you think abnormal behavior is?
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Abnormal behavior is a behavior which is regarded by society as deviant or maladaptive; according to DSM, an individual must be suffering or show maladaptive functioning in order for behaviour to be described as abnormal.
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what do you think abnormal behavior is?
Weegy: I believe there are different definitions for it. Behavior that would cause harm to ones self, surroundings or others can be classed as abnormal. [ I think also society/culture/tradition/religion (etc) can dictate what is normal, proper behavior and what is abnormal. Those who do not behave in the manner that the majority have accepted and become accustomed to as the standard correct way to be will be ostracized and thought to be "abnormal" when they are simply thinking and living 'outside the box' in a way that is beneficial to them. ] (More)
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