___ Leah Harris, psychiatric survivor, mother, and social justice activist tells the story of how she overcame a legacy of oppression to become a part of the global movement working for rights, dignity, and justice for people labeled with mental illness, mad people, and people living with emotional distress.
Forget safety. Live where you fear to live. Destroy your reputation. Be notorious. I have tried prudent planning long enough. From now on, I'll be mad. - Rumi More Rumi on Beyond Meds.
Sent to me from a recovered benzo friend. Though this is a positive affirmative prayer for any withdrawal from any drug. From this website: I may not understand this complex withdrawal process, but I accept that positive changes are taking place. I trust that the outcome will be full recovery of my nervous system. In... Continue Reading →