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Laddy It's like being kidnapped,held hostage and tortured,all legally.
Larissa Ruckstuhl How is medical non-compliance a reason to enforce treatment on a person?if you say that you just Don't want the medication,why do people contribute to admitting them,"psycho-educate" people on meds,forcing them to take medication like only letting the person back on station from emergency room if they promise to take them
Lars Christoffersen Hello. I have been part, of the psychiatric system, for some years now, and somehow, i cannot get them, to stop giving me injection, every 14'th day. They are forcing it on me, because i have a penalty for 5 years, after spitting after a psychiatrist. I feel, they gave it to me, to have more control over me. Do any of you have any suggestions, of what i can do, about it, or should i just accept it, and don't think about it anymore, because i really don't anyway, feel any effect, by them, giving it to me? I am just worried, because i have to take, it for so longtime, and that is what bothers me!
Lars Christoffersen i want to say sorry to Daniel, who is controlling this group. Me and him, are on the same side. They are forcing me with a needle, every 14'th day, with chemicals which i do not want inside of me. If i don't want the medication, they will drive me directly to the facility, where i hate being. My situation is poor, because i live a place, where the others, seem more sick then i am. I don't like living here, because it reminds me of the facility. They forced me to live here, or else they would have kept, me for a longer time, in the other facility. Very difficult situation i am in right now, but i feel and believe things soon will begin changing, because they cannot keep on, having the kind of power over us, as they are currently having. The time is soon, over for them. I'm pretty sure it is!
Laura V Draiss In April, three Albany police officers (Michael Mahany, Joshua Sears and Charles Skinkle) stopped a member of our community for having his hands in his sleeves. He was questioned, detained, and ultimately tased to death. That community member's name was Dontay Ivy—a father, and former Albany High athlete and honor student, who graduated from Virginia State University. Dontay had a history of heart problems and was living with schizophrenia.
On Oct. 28th, after a sloppy 7 month investigation dragged out by an incompetent District Attorney's office, a grand jury chose not to levy any charges against the officers that killed Dontay. This has left members of Dontay's family and the community devastated.
When Dontay was originally taken from us, over 200 people came out to protest his murder. This Friday, we will be back in the streets demanding justice for one of our own.
Join us as we demand the termination of all three officers, the end of the use of tasers by APD, and the immediate resignation of DA Soares.
We demand Justice for Dontay!
Laurie C Parker next month i see my Dr. I am feeling so sick from what i assume is Clozaril. I am on 600mg per day. When i get up around 2.30pm most days i just feel so sick, i have no energy. Its hard to be motivated to go to the gym, but i do every day during the week. Its ironic that these drugs are meant to help people cope and live a normal life, but thats just not possible for me. I never used to feel this bad. I can hardly eat even though i am hungry. I hope he might put me on something else or reduce the dose. My stomach feels awful
Laurie C Parker It seems supporters of psychiatry is rife. It is hard to change people's opinions on it. They are perhaps more brainwashed than those that have experienced it. They are living with a delusion themselves, that we are in the best place for us. That we are dangerous or somehow not worthy of being alive. It sad and once that srigmatism has taken effect we are the mindless. Which couldn't be further from the truth.
Laurie C Parker in the plastic rooms, far removed from wombs, in dining halls with rubber walls, inside a system, removed from time, the endless pain, the torture, and want to dance in blue rain, from psychic to psychotic, chemicals, broken skulls, bad posture. No life , no death, no love no money, with other ways of currancy. Abuse is authority and that is there fun, their game, their power their regin
Laurie C Parker Why is it you have more rights in taking a pair of shoes back to a shop, than in complaining about your treatment in a psychiatric hospital?
Lawrence Stevens, Thinking about suicide is commonplace. In his book Suicide, published in 1988, Earl A. Grollman says "Almost everybody at one time or another contemplates suicide" (Second Edition, Beacon Press, p. 2). In his book Suicide: The Forever Decision, published in 1987, psychologist Paul G. Quinnett, Ph.D., says "Research has shown that a substantial majority of people have considered suicide at one time in their lives, and I mean considered it seriously" (Continuum, p. 12). Nevertheless, thinking about suicide is generally speaking frowned upon and by itself is enough to result in involuntary "hospitalization" and so-called treatment in a psychiatric "hospital", particularly if the person in question thinks about suicide seriously and refuses (so-called) outpatient psychotherapy to get this thinking changed. The fact that people are incarcerated in America for thinking and talking about suicide implies that despite what the U.S. Constitution says about free speech, and despite claims Americans often make about America being a free country, many if not most Americans do not really believe in freedom of thought and speech - in addition to rejecting an individual's right to commit suicide… http://www.antipsychiatry.org/suicide.htm
Leah I Harris "How wrong it all was I wouldn't realize until over a decade had passed and I began to educate myself about the psychiatric survivor movement. Now that I look back, I think it's obscene that a traumatized little child would be drugged up. It makes me sick. I want to reach out to that 7 year old child, to hug her and hold her to me and tell her that it was going to be OK, that she would get through it and she would be a better person for it."
Leni Ersulie Lenya I ran away from a ward three weeks ago
my mom has been in contact demanding that they discharge me but they refuse to do so
If they find me they will give me injections
what can i do ?
Leonard Frank We have to be witnesses for those millions who are not speaking up now for whatever reason. That’s the role that I feel our movement needs to play right now in society--to speak up, tell the truth about what we have known, what we have experienced in our own lives."
Lillian Nore We do have statistics showing that the vast majority of people who commit acts of violence do not have a diagnosis of mental illness and, conversely, people who have mental illness are far more likely to be the victims of violence than the perpetrators."
Lillian Nore Psychiatric human rights violations are often denied and trivialized, even distortedly re-defined as “human rights” and “right to necessary health help”. The UN convention for the rights of persons with disabilities, CRPD, is changing that. CRPD demands an absolute prohibition of forced psychiatric treatment and involuntary commitment." … http://agteien.blogspot.co.il/2016/03/we-are-not-violating-human-rights-yes_74.html?spref=fb
Lilly Rush Not all protesters there are scientologists - some are parents who have actually LOST their child through psychiatric drugs - nice spin APA
Lisa Emma Trefonis One of the hardest things to realize in life is that you are ultimately responsible for the condition you are in." Empowering, but if you are born through generations of opression, your inherit genetics that structure & continually predispose suffering. This is reflected by the institutions of society. An individual born through generations of supremacy, often inherit predispositions also, to be, perhaps, less empathetic & more content. Dominant ideologies amplify this. Individuals do collaborate with their opression for a variety of reasons, but this is a poor identification with the general situation of oppression-related suffering. https://www.facebook.com/groups/speakoutagainstpsychiatry/
Lisa Melight Waz Monaghan An aggreieved person shouting about injustice is not symptoms of disorders its thier "symptomania" falling apart south shields
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Lisa Mitchell The Texas Tribune first asked the state for foster care psychiatric stay data in November and received it in late March. It shows that children as young as two years have been hospitalized for mental illness has created a 37 percent increase in Child Protective Services removals from January 2015 to January 2016. Psychiatric facilities which can cost $650 a day just for that child's room and board also prescribe psychotropic drugs to children as young as three. Shame on YOU! These drugs are not pediatric approved by FDA for children under 18-24… https://www.texastribune.org/2016/04/08/the-brief/
Lizzie Lapin another person who needed compassion and care has died...my close friend done a runner from the ward and killed herself last night....how many times has this not happened!
Lo Bundy Who would like to get involved in a class action lawsuit against the makers of Haldoperidol ?
Louise Bark It's a catch-22 isn't it? Bad psychiatry has traumatized us and, in order to get the trauma treated, we must go to... a psychiatrist.
What's helped me to cope is to realize that psychiatry is not the answer and I must avoid psychiatrists at all costs.
I've learned to recognize that the system is corrupt, they damaged me, I did nothing wrong to invite that damage, and I can't undo that damage.
I can, however, develop a mindset of telling others to stuff it when they judge me. If anyone wants to criticize my meltdowns in public, I say let them. I defy anyone to live the hell I lived through inside the psychiatric system and come out as healthy, and as full of life as I have…
Luc De Bry It concludes: "So psychiatry didn’t really abandon its psychodynamic insights; it just found new, subliminal ways to profitably use them. Today’s psychiatrists may be unaware that they’re master manipulators, but I think they know. It’s one of those trade secrets that everyone knows but no one talks about. But it must be brought out in the open in order to stop their parasitic sucking of the life from our culture."
Lydia Penrod Washington, DC I object to any child being tortured. I cannot believe that this is tolerated.