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Re: The artificial nature of psychiatric diagnosis

Posted by sunny10 on December 3, 2004, at 11:38:38

In reply to Re: The artificial nature of psychiatric diagnosis, posted by simcha on December 2, 2004, at 23:29:44

I already have a label- it's my name. What I NEED is for someone to make me feel better.

To further Larry's analogy, whether or not you tell a car that it needs a need battery- you have to actually FIX the problem in order to make the car run.

Just because some dr gives me a label (which, by the way is scoffed at and replaced by the next dr who thinks HE knows better), doesn't make me feel better.

And, frankly, I don't care whether my problem stems from nurture or nature- I want it to go away...

So there you have it from the patient's (or car's) point of view...




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