Posted by rjlockhart04-08 on July 31, 2012, at 13:06:58
In reply to Re: depression mindset » rjlockhart04-08, posted by Phillipa on July 30, 2012, at 20:57:53
yea phillipa, in the previous centuries they had the psych hospitals, well known back then for being the insane asylums. The state started to redo its system because some of their restraints where horrid treatment, this is before the release of thorazine. They used barbiturates much, but before barb's they used choral hydrate, and Paraldehyde. Before the 1800's I have no idea what medications they used besides opium and morphine. They had alcohol but its not really that effective for psyhosis because it can aggrevate its conditions to sedated drunk like behavior.
first of all, i don't go out in public and tell these things. I know people will react like they did in the similar with writing sciputres against the price of darkness and would not listen to anything else I told them once I had told them about that subject. It was a absolute mess up...i don't have religious stuff in the house...besides a couple bibles that are diffrent versions, and the book of mormon, and the uratania book. Plese don't think of me in this downward view, phillipa. The mind changes to develop new ways to view reality...during bad times, its adaptation. I started these beliefs as a relief and something new to the boring reality and sadness I've felt.
am not a scholar but I do understand distress.
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