Good grief! You really think people who know they have to take the medication every day think it's "curing" them?Scattered said:The answer to these questions will put a different more realistic view of psychiatry and medications into the heads of the people who need to realize that medications are not cures. When we talk of chemical imbalances alot of people auotmatically assume that a mental illness is an imbalance that is cured with medication. I think this idea is ridiculous because medication helps, but it seems as if it rarely completely cures. The continuation of this model of mental illness is extremely advantageous to those who profit off of medication but is deleterious to those who actually have to experinment on their brains under the supposition that doctors know exactly what to do because they are in positions of authority.
But of course blunt honesty is way too much to ask when billions upon billions of dollars of profit each year is part of the equation.
Its not CONSCIOUS memory, it is through deep therapeutic work including regression. Not Primal Therapy, but dealing with very very early issues.Can I ask you a question? I find it very hard to believe that you recall what occurred when you were in an incubator. Such an early memory is basically unheard of -- in fact there's a term for the phenomenon of most people not recalling anything before age 3 or so, "infantile amnesia."
Here's the question: How did you come to remember what happened to you that early?
lol Terri, you are just so adorableI know I'm too sensitive and I hate seeing other people seemingly getting jumped on and I am trying hard to work on being openly aggressive instead of passive/aggressive. see...