I am on a boat in the middle of nowhere and I just want to publicly confirm that all psychs involved in psych torture should be strung up
— End Psychiatry (@EndPsychiatry) June 20, 2017
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If you’re not familiar with psychiatry, here is my story very briefly; I was forced brain altering chemicals that take away the ability to self regulate dopamine, and inhibit the ability to experience life, happiness and dignity. I was not suicidal, I was not guilty of a crime. (Message me at End Psychiatry if you have a question). Welcome to dystopia.
Be a benzo warrior… blah blah blah.
Excoriation disorder (also known as dermatillomania, skin-picking disorder, neurotic excoriation, acne excoriee, pathologic skin picking (PSP), compulsive skin picking (CSP) or psychogenic excoriation) is a mental disorder characterized by the repeated urge to pick at one’s own skin, often to the extent that damage is caused. It is defined as “repetitive and compulsive picking of skin which results in tissue damage.”
There are several different classes of pharmacological treatment agents that have some support for treating excoriation disorder: (1) SSRIs; (2) opioid antagonists; and (3) glutamatergic agents. In addition to these classes of drugs, some other pharmacological products have been tested in small trials as well.
Typically, individuals with excoriation disorder find that the disorder interferes with daily life. Hindered by shame, embarrassment, and humiliation, they may take measures to hide their disorder by not leaving home, wearing long sleeves and pants even in heat, or covering visible damage to skin with cosmetics and/or bandages. Activities such as typing may be painful for those who pick at their fingers or hands, or walking for those who pick at the soles of their feet
Was this poor person forced to stop taking their medication by the anti-psychiatry maniacs at Benzo Buddies?
As if I had Tuerettes . . . . . . . . « on: July 26, 2016, 03:00:25 pm »
The constant picking of my scalp. I have a lot of little tiny pimples and I keep feeling my scalp for them.
Healing From Psychiatry: The Artist’s Perspective
Alee seems to be full of hatred toward medical science. She comes across as a perpetual victim – blaming doctors, psychiatry and Big Pharma (who have literally saved hundreds of millions of lives with their skill and their medications) for her tragic situation. The book has the feel of a hateful and vulgar masturbatory exercise for a tiny subculture. Not recommended.