a gut-wrenching, self-immolating process

This (below) was before the second brain injury in which I almost died in ICU….and so the alienation and isolation continues as I enter a healing phase that cannot be discussed in most circles, yeah, even this one for the most part…still, it remains a gut-wrenching, self-immolating process…and that is simply what is happening people. I watch.

(this is the article I refer to in the below “memory:  This is what it’s like

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AND SERIOUSLY. I could use some compensation for the many 100s of hours I’ve worked with folks over the years. Working like we do and not getting any sort of compensation that I might live more comfortably in the face of continued challenges continues to teach us what we’ve learned from psychiatry. We must not be worth it. Lets change that patterning. If I helped you or a loved one out, please help me back now. thank you.

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2 Responses

  1. mariellen

    I certainly experience the same issues. The first doc was more into control than helping. Once I saw the pattern, I became much more cautious about choosing docs and following medical advice. There’s a tendency to blame Big Pharma. We need also better screening of Big Doctoring. We also need to tell the world that abused children are more likely to have non-standard responses to meds. I just love stories of docs who hear patients complain that they’re still depressed, and they also are experiencing x and y wide effects, and the doc doubles the dose. Fi on the medical profession, for not weeding out such jerks!

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