Highlights of part one in brief: * The radical decision to stand up to the authority of psychiatry. * education as a first step toward building the infrastructure, with an emphasis on solutions * Nature of finding a psychiatrist that will support “non-compliance.” * The journey towards getting off psychiatric medication. * Society doesn’t want to feel, thinking life has to be happy all the time. Being non-compliant is about taking responsibility. * the withdrawal process as a dark night of the soul * husband’s support during her withdrawal period * holding the gap between people off meds and still taking meds Highlights of part two in brief: * Healing as a process of learning to live well. * Anger and other emotions. * The danger of the power of psychiatrists * Iatrogenic illness discussed: illness as the result of a physician’s action * Taking your health into your own hands. * Power of nutrition * Creating community online and Monica’s personal community and more... [click on title to read and view more]
By and large, we have to find our own way
As individuals on the spiritual journey we may continually meet with steps not described by anyone else, for our journey is unique to us. It is inconceivable that all along we merely fit into the footsteps of those ahead; no one's foot print will be a perfect match – we must be under no illusion in this matter. Our experiences and milestones will strike us as different. Sometimes we are lucky to even find any similarity, or enough to tell us we are still on the path. … [click on title to read and view more]
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