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Basically, I was looking into some stuff about Mormons and Egypt... then all of a sudden my thumb went all red, only to dissipate after a few minutes. I could feel a pin-prick and it was slightly warm, but there was no pain. A logical cause might be an insect bite but I did not notice anything until I felt the warmth, and there was no lasting mark or anything to suggest the presence of venom aside of the redness. That was the same day I wrote this...An Ode to a Sinner
originally posted by: ladyinwaiting
You know there are medications you can take to help with that.
“Biological psychiatry is a total fraud.” — Fred Baughman,
“Psychiatry” has NO, and I mean ZERO medical basis whatsoever.
Psychiatry is a Total Fraud
The diagnosis of mental illness is always a weapon ~ Dr. Jeffrey Schaler
originally posted by: seeker1963
I was a victim of being fed these toxic poison for the past five years. I quit taking them about 8 months ago. Other than my anger coming back, I feel 100% better! If I would write a book about the thoughts I had and my struggles fighting my evil impulses during my years of being a victim of Big Pharm, I would be a very wealthy man!
originally posted by: MrUncreated
... I started taking my carbamazepine, which is supposed to help with my psychosis. Instead, I am now more depressed than I ever have been, and I have very long and vivid dreams which make me remember stuff that I have long since buried deep within my brain. This has led me to feeling quite suicidal, as of late... almost to the breaking point. I'm in no condition, mentally or physically, to do anything anymore. Seriously...wtf... I think I am in hell.
Started taking medication... now I feel even more suicidal than before...
originally posted by: Trajan
Look, for everyone who is saying 'take meds' or 'see a therapist' You are all brainwashed into believing Pills make it better. They don't. Meds DO NOT help in anyway, shape or form (unless you are the manufacturer making billions a year) and here is why;
1. Pills change the chemical make up of your body and make you feel happy, sleepy, relaxed etc. But your body is still suffering from whatever is making you feel that way in the first place and then the chems are adding to that.
2. As soon as you think its safe to come off the drugs, you will crash back into depression and anxiety/paranoia.
So, basically, DO NOT take ANY kind of medication they give you. It will just screw you over in the long run. It is better to get rid of your anxiety and sh1t naturally.
originally posted by: liejunkie01
I have friends that Are on head meds and quite frankly I feel that they seem to make it worse.
originally posted by: Darkblade71
Edwards enquirers should be aware that the 1992 Edition of the International Genealogical Index compiled by the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints contains a number of entries relating to the births of members of an Edwards family at Edwards Hall, Cardiff.
“Head meds”, never heard it put like that before! Yes, it's a scam... everything I ever told the mental health team was regarded as “psychosis”. Like, “People keep calling me Jesus” and they say, “Oh, we always get people coming in who think they're Jesus”... no, that's what everybody else says. I mean, if they ask me “Does the television talk to you” and I say, “Yes, Ned Flanders keeps on telling me he's God” then it's safe to bet that I'd wind up with a 28-day residential.
That's true to an extent because some people are clearly unstable and might present an immediate danger to themselves or others. However, mental health workers often overlook or just outright ignore the primary causative factor in one's problems. I'd say that rape is a good example; a woman might be extremely sensitive due to significant mental and physical trauma, but the practice might be to treat her as a lunatic when the reality is that she's a victim of a terrible crime.a reply to: Murgatroid
Yes they are, but it seems like an excessive use of money and fuel to use a Eurocopter. In any case, it was being very aggressive over a residential zone and I cannot see a single power line from my garden where the craft was banking and hovering just a few hundred feet up.a reply to: Darkblade71