Re: Titration, Patents, and Fantastical Claims
« Reply #11 on: November 02, 2019, 05:54:48 am »
The practice of granting secret, esoteric wisdom that is accessible only to the elect through loyalty to a charismatic but flawed figure who dispenses their occult knowledge through personal revelatory insight while shunning and then casting out members of the group who do not practice exact adherence to a set of seemingly arbitrary dictates while still accruing a devoted coterie of followers, may or may not be applicable to this person, but it sure seems like the attributes one would ascribe to a cult.
We need a method (or probably many methods) of healing that is public and reproducible. That is one of the goals of working together. Perhaps one day a Benzo-savior will appear before us, ready to bath our minds in the waters of true healing, and we will all be:
“remade in the way that trees are are new,
made new again, when their leaves are new,
pure and ready to ascend to the stars.”
But until then, I feel like there is a lot of real work to do.
Re: Watch "This is Life" With Lisa Ling
« Reply #9 on: September 24, 2019, 10:35:51 pm »
Totally cried watching this as I saw myself. Thanks for posting.
Petition to UK Govt nominating Prof Heather Ashton to be recognised by Queen
« on: December 20, 2018, 05:24:15 pm »
I very much hope that many people here will sign this petition. I am sure many of us would like to see Prof Heather Ashton honoured by the Queen in recognition of her work for the victims of benzodiazepines.
Thank you very much in advance.
“The signatories to this petition want to see Prof Ashton honoured for her selfless work supporting those effected by benzodiazepines and other addictive substances and drugs. A direct request to Her Majesty’s Government to honour Prof Ashton is in progress. This petition has been started by a small group of dedicated activists and supporters of campaigns to raise awareness of the affects of over prescription of all psychiatric drugs. Their aims are to ensure health organisations such as Public Health England revise their guidelines for the use of these drugs to medicine and psychiatry to avoid further patient suffering in the future.”
Caring for aging parents before during and after withdrawal
« on: February 05, 2018, 02:22:22 pm »
My mother is sick. She is 74 and in tolerance withdrawal herself. Having survived this nighmare, I recognize so much of her struggles to be benzo related. Add to that her weakened and elderly state, and I just cant find the way out for her. Let alone navigate through the storm.
I wanted to share experiences, ideas and thoughts from anyone else who knows this journey!
5 days out... superior stupidity
« on: January 19, 2018, 07:46:48 pm »
I am entering day 5, again, if you check my signature last time
I had 5 days I was running to the hospital and ended up 6 days in a psych unit.. put back on a rapid taper, 3 days, I feel the same symptoms coming on, cognitive impairement,
Confusion, brain zaps, head pressure, burning skin, twitching fingers… I am and will ride this out.. not going to the hospital again so maybe I know what to expect, the part that scares me the most are the mild hallucinations I experienced last time…
I will not dwell on it…
Just ride it out…
Re: 5 days out... superior stupidity
« Reply #1 on: January 20, 2018, 12:16:37 am »
How are you doing since being released from the psych ward? Did they help you? I was in the psych was Aug, Sept, Oct, and November. I’m pretty much like you-don’t want to go back so I’m riding it out at home. My newest crappy symptom is chest pain and racing heartbeat. I hope you feel better soon!
“according to her son, John, she is in failing health and probably won’t survive..she is now 88 years old… she deserves a sainthood”