Hello doctor. You are who I will be writing these letters to. You are a combination of every doctor I have ever had and you will be the address to these letters. I am seeking to write this blog not to increase the stigma that is tied with getting help with mental disorders but to change the online rhetoric surrounding mental disorders by acknowledging the multiple discourse communities. I am hoping by you reading these articles, you will be able to inspire changes in higher institutions.
See, I saw your video. I will link it here.
You have been a fascinating psychiatrist of mine. Moreover, you are set to change the conversation of mental illness by acknowledging only the psychiatrist’s perspective, not the patient’s perspective. You do not believe that those who have not benefitted from psychiatry should be included as a rational perspective involving mental illness. However, I’ve done some lurking around Twitter in the threads that are against Big Pharma and what I’ve understood from some of the more rational websites like Beyond Meds and Mad in America (not Scientology people) that the main frustration that people have with Psychiatry is not seeking help but not having the information they want about medications.
This is an interesting article. It’s interesting because this same man, directed by Dr. Jefferey Lieberman, interviewed people who had tried anti-psychotics and had success. He did not include the perspectives of those who had not suffered with anti-psychotics and had to get off them but selectively chose people to further his agenda that anti-psychotics work for everyone as demonstrated by a comment from another MD below the article: