The Red Sox won the World Series, amid an emotional connection to the year's Marathon bombings in Boston. Life and sports sometimes intersect, as I learned from an old friend after the 2004 World Series.
Critics make fun of psychiatry for making diagnoses when symptoms are "obviously" due to life events, to stresses in life. This obviousness is based on common sense, which is always wrong as soon as a person crosses the threshold of a mental health clinician's office. The biggest fallacy of psychology/psychiatry is the psychological fallacy.
The NIMH has asserted clearly that DSM is scientifically invalid. Finally, the "pragmatic" cynics about science who have led DSM editions are being challenged, as are the anti-biology critics of psychiatry. It is the beginning of the end of two generations of futility in psychiatric progress.