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Public Stigma Perception

Posted by Nickengland on November 17, 2005, at 14:36:23

In reply to Re: I'm sorry everyone med_empowered, posted by Emily Elizabeth on November 17, 2005, at 13:06:07

Maybe its just me lol

I was just wondering with the title

"Young, Assured and Playing Pharmacist to Friends"

And with what other things are mentioned, when you read inbetween the you feel any level of sarcasium is in the title of the article?

I need to think about something else (after my long post to Amy!) but I can't help but feel that parts of her story gives the message that, we, (and a growing number) of mentally ill people are firstly - breaking the law ~ whilst at the same time playing.... Also suffering from Genetic mental illness?!!!!!

This doesn't sound very good for millions of readers to think about psychiatric people with what is already a big enough problem throughout the world with stigma?...that a growing number of the young generation is acting illegally - also playing?

To me I think the news story only touches the surface, of such a deeper issue which requires large amounts of investigation and research - then the title would perhaps read differently because it was touching on more of the core issues. Maybe i'm wrong. However, if I had afew months (Like Amy) to investigate this! LOL Of course my version would be UK-ish ;-)
But i'd provide a global prospective. I might start playing reporter as a part-tme job to my already media portrayed Pharmacist Job ;-) (joke) lol




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