posted on Sep, 6 2011 @ 12:38 AM
For someone who did suffer from one of these "illnesses", isn't it just offensive for it to be considered an illness? I mean, I'm quite an
insomniac, maybe not to an extreme, but I live off of only a couple of hours of sleep a night and in no way do I believe I'm sick. Maybe it's
because I accept it and don't think there's something wrong with me?
I just don't understand how you can equate someone being depressed as an illness. Yes, people get depressed, anxious, overly nervous, but medicating
these people is doing more harm than good. Make a quick buck for big pharma and create a new disease to make people feel weak and helpless. It's
When you medicate people for mental illnesses they think the drugs are their cure when I believe most mental illnesses can be overcome with patience,
willingness to fight it, and support. Then these people wind up off the drugs somehow, "relapse" because they never actually changed their life to
begin with besides being pumped full of chemicals, and start a new rotation of pills. Where did our willpower go?