There is no Canadian class action suit.
Facing the unfortunate fact: for some of us, it's permanent « on: January 28, 2017, 06:30:13 am »
Title says it all.
I’ve seen enough two, three, five year even 10 year off posts to know that there seems to be a set of preconditions which disposes some of us to permanent brain damage. Not sure what those are and of course the science isn’t there yet to tease this all apart. It’s an unfortunate truth.
11 months off, complete brain damage feeling in my head. Can’t think complex things anymore.
I’m puzzled just looking at this now?
Use of Benzo while withradwing « on: January 24, 2017, 10:16:50 am »
Tomorrow I have a meeting with a customer of my company and am of course scared to death.
I know it’s not good, but after dumping all my Valium, I bought a couple of xanax tablets for just in case.
I am really thinking of taking one pill of 0,5 mg only for tomorrow.
Anyone been in the situation in which you have the urge to take a benzo for just the most difficult situation?
10 ways mental health professionals increase misery in suffering people « on: January 21, 2017, 06:47:41 am »
« Last Edit: January 21, 2017, 07:30:03 am by [Buddie] »
Re: 10 ways mental health professionals increase misery in suffering people « Reply #1 on: January 21, 2017, 07:14:40 pm »
Good article LorazepamFree. I ran into one psychiatrist who incorrectly diagnosed me based on an intake form, even before talking to me, and immediately recommended a high amount of anti-depressants. He said I had to get sicker to get better and called himself “Nurse Ratchet” (like the one in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest movie) and would strictly monitor whether I was taking the drugs. He didn’t care about the fact that I was in tolerance withdrawal from benzos. I was stunned and resisted, so he got mad and stamped his feet and told me to listen to my husband (he was stunned, too). Unbelievable-never saw him again Fortunately, my other counselors have been compassionate and helpful. One of them said that “Nurse Ratchet” shouldn’t be practicing. I hope sites like madinamerica can help bring awareness to patients and providers alike.