Best show to ever exist

CASEY AND IZZIE FOR LIFE
Friend 1: hey, what’s a rly good show?
Friend 2: Atypical dude, it’s the best.
by Sierraaaa April 12, 2021
Best show ever !!!!!!!!!!!!!! On Netflix!
Have u watched season 4 of atypical?
by AtypicalStan July 12, 2021
Not typical; abnormal or out of the ordinary in nature. Irregular or not conforming. Not a prime example of a species, a behavior, etc. A deviation, differing from the norm.
Amy's yelling and shouting was extremely atypical of her.
by Kamaria November 3, 2007
Atypical Anorexia (AAN) is a legit but highly specific Eating Disorder sub-type that started being misused for social media reasons in May, 2021.

HAES-supportive nutritionists, wellness advisors, and other non-physicians from within the ballooning "not-weight-loss" industry hand out the AAN "diagnosis" like a "get out of jail free" card for morbid obesity.

This social media trend harms the person (by not seeking further real medical advice) and harms those in the actual ED-supportive community due to the public now considering AAN as fake ED or joke.

Practically, one with actual AAN has quickly lost a lot of weight, is still being driven by an intense fear of weight gain, uses Pro-Ana behaviors and methods, and (despite achieving a normal weight) still wishes to lose further toward an "anorexic" < 17.5 under weight BMI.

AAN is not a "diet", nor failed attempt at dieting declared as "recovery" from "anorexia".

This identity-politics-driven misclassification of a specific real disorder, Binge-eating Disorder (a type of OSFED) into an entirely different class of eating disorders (Anorexia) could be considered grounds for medical malpractice.

However, the "wellness advisors", "nutritionists" and "intuitive eating specialists" that most commonly hand out AAN affirmations are not a regulated field like the practice of medicine or psychiatry, and are not subject to malpractice.

Such a false-diagnosis of Atypical Anorexia is considered to be Tessorexia.
Tessie: I briefly flirted with a diet and excercise for weight loss, but realized from my social media followers that the whole concept of ob*sity is a dirty patriarchal word and that the "BMI" scale itself is racist. "I am a recovering anorexic."

Sasha: Going on a diet and quitting is NOT "recovering" from Atypical Anorexia. I've seen your channel. You clearly demonstrate eating disorder behavior, but it's called "binge eating disorder". Lots of real people suffer from that. There are legit medical and mental health treatments available for that eating disorder.

Sasha: Unless the DSM-5 requires a special secret decoder ring or red-tinted sunglasses (like out of the back of a cereal box) then no, no you don't. If you're just trying to stay "relevant" to your social media followers because of your "brand" and otherwise reject the BMI scale itself then the only "rexia" you have is a social-media condition called Tessorexia.
by SmurfberryDreams July 31, 2021
Leg coverings that are not usually found on the leg.
"Take those atypical pants off! They're not supposed to go your legs!"
by G. Thomas August 8, 2006
An atypical antipsychotic is a drug used to return individuals with psychotic disorders (schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, major depressive disorder {when used with antidepressants}) back into a normal or sedated state.
There is no generalization for how these drugs work, but they mostly focus on dopamine and serotonin activity.
Examples include:
Zyprexa (olanzapine)
Seroquel and Seroquel XR (quetiapine)
Risperdal (risperidone)
Abilify (aripiprazole)
Clozaril (clozapine)

The image is the 3D structure of olanzapine free base (meaning no modifications to the molecule such as in quetiapine's fumaric acid salt, quetiapine fumarate.)
Atypical antipsychotics are used in the management of psychotic conditions.
Free-spirited husbitch; a husbitch who acts as a husbitch when with their partner, but doesn't bend to their will outside partner contact. Often found in the realms of public houses moaning about their husbitch status.
You're such a husbitch, you're wrapped around her little finger" "No, I'm an atypical-husbitch, she thinks I'm doing the shopping"
by Lardcake January 18, 2011