We all have stories and context — diagnosis try to strip that away from us

Everything that happens in our lives (and all our encounters with psychiatry) are SITUATIONAL. Always. There is no such thing as a clinical depression without a "situation." That is a ludicrous and destructive fantasy. The same is true for anyone with any diagnosis. Schizophrenia, bipolar, anxiety, OCD. We all have stories and context. Diagnosis try to strip that away from us. The fact is EVERY single person with a diagnosis has an individual, unique story and context. Everything matters. Diagnosis (as currently most frequently used) are reductionistic lies that try to remove us from the fabric of our lives. … [click on title for the rest of the post]

How are psychiatric diagnoses made?

Prof. Sami Timimi child psychiatrist and visiting professor University of Lincoln speaks. Also additional links to consider. Psych labels are descriptive of behavior but do not represent any sort of discreet biological reality. … [click on title for the rest of the post]

A message from a Grassroots Group to End Harm from Psychiatric Diagnosis

If you or someone you love or care about has been harmed because of getting a psychiatric diagnosis, or if you are a therapist, member of the clergy, attorney, nurse, orderly, aide, teacher, or anyone else who works in the mental health system or has observed it and has been upset because of seeing people harmed because of getting psychiatric diagnoses, or even if you are "just" a neighbor or concerned citizen, please read this.

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