You were told to keep your opinions to yourself, in the psych ward, because you’re crazy as shithouse rat

Re: Word is getting out there at long last.
« Reply #19 on: March 29, 2017, 10:14:46 pm »

[Buddie]

[…] is so right about our NHS service here in the UK. I personally have really been let down.

Having to spend 4 months twice on a psych ward being poly drugged because they wouldn’t believe me that I was having withdrawal symptoms
due to the benzos that I was prescribed.

Thankfully it was on my 3rd attempt that I became drug free and it is almost 4 years but have suffered with PTSD with what they put me through.
Was told that this should not have happened and yet I bet there are women right now on the same psych ward going through what I did.

You will be shocked at how many women I met that were there for the same reason as myself who were having issues regarding the menopause.
When I tried to explain that the symptoms they were having were more than likely due to their drugs. I was warned by the nurses to keep
my opinions to myself.

[…]

One thought on “You were told to keep your opinions to yourself, in the psych ward, because you’re crazy as shithouse rat

  1. Hmm. So it seems that even when admitted to a hospital, the benzobuddy is a psychopharmacology diagnotician and is, in her mind, better placed than highly-trained medical staff to diagnose other patients and advise them that their symptoms are “more than likely” drug related.

    In and of itself that’s quite an amusing little irony.

    Tragically, though, it highlights the epitome of benzobuddy culture – the blind leading the blind- but unfortunately (or should it be noted more dangerously) there aren’t any medical PROFESSIONALS at the forum to prevent deluded women from instilling pseudoscientific nonsense into the minds of the truly vulnerable there!

    I’m sad that this is something that I was once an active contributor to. 🙁

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