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How much medication must I take to be well?

Posted by 64bowtie on October 9, 2005, at 2:47:58

If mental wellness is the goal of mental health professionals, then how much medication must I take to be well???

Or, are medications only used to help me suit-up and show-up to my places of responsibility, thus I must wait for a miracle to happen if I expect to ever be well???

If I must take medications or no therapist will work with me, since without being properly medicated I could be deemed unstable, is there a point that I could be overmedicated such that no amount of talk-therapy will register in my brain??? Perhaps...

Does FEMA have a strategy for medicating the unmedicated after a disaster (scarey question)??? Didn't they have this problem in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina??? Wouldn't it be cheaper, quicker and more secure to employ a strategy to evoke small degrees of wellness over time so that the lack of medication(s) will no longer be a critical concern in these trying times???

What did mankind do for 3,000 years before Freud??? Lock the mentally ill away??? Isn't that how folks report they feel while under the influence of their medications??? Why is that better???

Hmmmmmm..... Sounds like the same old denial all over again.....!





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