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Re: watching a triggering movie**trigger Muffled

Posted by B2chica on November 6, 2007, at 8:09:23

In reply to Re: watching a triggering movie**trigger, posted by Muffled on November 5, 2007, at 13:55:57

>>>well, you got people to advocate for you. It would be OK. Not that i want you to try S. obvo, but that if you ever DO need to keep yourself safe, well, it would proly be OK to goto hosp.

thanks for reply muffled
but it doesn't really work that way here. the State 'pdoc and T's override your own.
last time they didn't even tell me they were planning to commit me but kept just kept holding me and not telling me ANYTHING, i felt so trapped. you can imagine with my hx how i felt. the typical stay was 2-3 days. they held me 8. it was on that 8th day that the "normal" T came back and he saw me and argued no. i thank god he came back ONE day before they sent me to the state institute! because then...only state people decide. my T AND pdoc both said i shouldnt be, but it didn't matter to the state. they were basically saying well, she WAS seeing you and she still tried to OD. so now we're in charge.
and the psych caregivers i've met for the state are horrible...substandard and should not even be practicing. in fact a few weeks after i was released (the second time) the pdoc for the state was in the paper for sometype of abuse of power and embezelment or some such....yet he still remains in charge there. funny isn't it.
that's how much they care about the care of people in that facility.




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