Coercion, subtle or otherwise, is the rule in psychiatric care…

If you’re not aware of just how brutal and coercive psychiatry can be, it's well worth understanding. Some of it is so extreme it's hard for those uninitiated to conceive of but, sadly, it’s very common. The bottom line is psychiatry, in general, at best, is subtly coercive. Drugs are generally presented as necessary rather than one, often far less than ideal, possibility for treatment. This means one is made to believe through somewhat more subtle coercion that they have no choice but to take drugs with very dangerous adverse effects that include disabling physical illness and very early death.

Saturday mellow: “god on a ukulele”

A comment under the video on youtube: "this guy is a god on a ukulele" Beatles: while my guitar gently weeps And the TedTalk with Bohemian Rhapsody

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