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Has anyone here ever been involuntarily committed to a psychiatric hospital?

 
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My wifes on invega and something else,i know now its nexrad,the gov has been shooting the whole country with it for years also air craft and weather radar.when that punk shot that radar gun at our house three nights in a row,i knew then for a fact,because the next day my schizo wife triggered.i knew it as a fact.its all microwave related.almost all ptsd,mental illness,cancer,insomnia,heart attacks,immuno suppression.all from radar of one kind or another,with full moon being the very lowest.
It explains sooo much guys.
Seiously think about what im saying.we could save sooo many lives!
Lower the crime rate down to almost nothing.
Big pharma would have their balls in a vice!
Please take my advice and research it.we can make this country awesome with just a little fine tuning.
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YES!
And it's called LIFE.
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Re: Has anyone here ever been involuntarily committed to a psychiatric hospital?
Try your best to get your psychiatrist to try using a mood stabilizer on you instead of an anti-psychotic.

It will have less of a numbing effect on your emotions.

I would recommend Lamictal. If he doesn't think that is enough... try talking him into Depakote. Or both. Either or both of those will make you feel better than the Invega (or any other anti-psychotic).

Lithium is a mood stabilizer technically... but it might as well be an anti psychotic. It will make you feel numb like the rest.

I have been on all of these and more.

It sucks you have to take their shit. But sometimes you just have to play their game and go by their rules.

If they want to be able to give you an injectable to make sure you take it... you could offer that they test your blood every month for Depakote levels to make sure you are on it.

Changing from anti-psychotics to the right mood stabilizer changed my life and made me feel human again.
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Paliperidone is the other one,shes sleeping now,three hours yesterday.two so far tonight,just got up to pee and went back to sleep.crossing fingers.i was able to catch up on mine but yall know i was bent this afternoon.yes remember,i know the gig.wink.i have bad days too!
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yes to op.
i have pushed all my memories within those two weeks under the rug. because being triggered and killing people for whatever gain is a bunch of horseshit and even as i say it now. im not perfect. i might end up hurting a person or two. maybe just one cause shes absolutely dense and super paranoid. and but no.


i think you all need help. lets get it america!
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hf
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just a note if the cops take you good luck finding a job you now have a record.
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You're obviously pissing people off, just keep your head down, know your truths but don't force them on others, chillax.
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This. Some people are so stupid I canít even tell you how many times Iíve been called crazy or conspiracy guy or weird blah blah. Because someone doesnít understand or has never heard or read on something, itís like the cognitive dissonance goes off in their brain and all they have to retort to is personal insult.
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Yes!!!! I told my mother my uncle molested me. She blamed me. A year later after telling this to her and his wife i had the police at my school. She said i tried to kill myself and threatened the school. She had me diagnosed as bipolar to get on lithium a year earlier. When i was committed i had higher then normal levels of lithium in my system. She admitted to ground it up and put in my food. I was yellow and losing hair. When i was there they took me off of it. I was there for a year. I was diagnosed with depression. Now when i need therapy they continue to think I'm in denial about having bipolar. My ex took all my kids cause he knew this. In the end my crazy mother and my uncle won. Cause no one believes me. My kids hate me too. Their dad and stepmother poisoned them against me. I pay child support and never miss a payment. They don't want to see me. I guess this karma for telling on my uncle who molested me.
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No but I should be, I have been married 4 times, nuff said...
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Donít ever talk to cops or doctors. If you even say something like ďthe NSA has records of all my phone callsĒ they will say you are crazy and lock you up even though it has been reported in the MSM that the NSA actually does this. Donít invite the system to screw you. Donít talk to doctors or cops.
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I've been to the psychiatric hospital more than 10 times.

Lost count, lol.

Oh well, one was pretty darn nasty, and the other ones were ok.
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18 years ago - the police took me - they said I needed a rest - I was fine - I hadn't behaved in any disturbing manner whatsoever - technically I was voluntary but they made it clear that if I had any dispute with it or upset they would make me involuntary - so technically then it was forced - and actually it was forced i.e. if you disagree or disobey or imply disagreement we will do this as involuntary.

If you query the meds - they threaten you to be made involuntary - I think that is against the law.

They threatened me with taking my baby also - and putting me on D wing - the padded cell area.


The drugs make you look crazy.


They gave me a cocktail of some sort which made me have no memory from when I was sitting in a chair in a common room with the nurses etc to when I woke up naked on the floor with bruises round my upper thighs etc.


I was not aware of any conspiracies at the time - I was a completely regular, strong independent person - no depression or anxiety or anything.


18 years later - yeah I get all the state conspiracy abuse stuff now - pretty clearly - and yeah - now I am a craxy f*kka.


Totally.



hf




Really really sorry to hear what you have been through OP.


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And then had their life shattered as a result?

I was, and did. For un-godly reasons. Whether they know it or not, mental health institutions are about making money first and foremost. I was not a physical danger to myself or others, as the psychiatric hospital evaluator legally declared - despite providing my account of the facts which normally would have quelled those allegations. During my stay, I was labeled as a paranoid schizophrenic for my views about holistic health, conspiracy, and time travel - and of course for seeming "anti-social". All these reasons having nothing to do with my alleged risk of physical harm to myself or others, which was the official reason for my commitment.

After being held for more than the ruled limit of stay for my peaceful non-compliance in attending group discussions, I was then released on the condition that I get a depot injection of the antipsychotic called "Invega Sustenna", while me being completely in the dark and unaware of the length and effects of this drug. Invega Sustenna, and drugs like it, is a very medieval drug which, in a sense, chemically lobotomizes the person treated, causing them to go into a zombie-like, torpid state - along with causing severe anhedonia; taking away every aspect of the person's ability to function as a human being. One can not feel pleasure, or any other emotion for that matter, rendering them more or less incapable of thought. The drug does this by blocking the brain's dopamine and serotonin receptors. One finds no motivation in anything - having not a single care or thought about anything, except perhaps the yearning to care or think about something. With the halt of mental functions also comes the halt of physical functions, like being extremely tired and lethargic. For example, not being able to walk for more than 15 feet at one time. But... at the same time, the drug causes restlessness, the uncontrollable feeling of the need to perform body movements; related to tardive dyskinesia (a condition that causes repetitive, involuntary movements of the body), a result of long-term use of neuroleptic drugs such as antipyschotics. These "side effects", though just a portion of the side effects, are the cause of much suffering for people who are given these drugs.

So, that said, I was feeling the torturous effects of this drug for several months, given that the dosage was a very large, long-term depot injection, with no ability to stop the drug from affecting my mind and body during the length of this time period. My life was ground to complete halt, more or less.

During my stay at the psychiatric ward, I had the option to fight for my release in court but I regrettably thought that I was going to be released quickly, knowing the absurdity of my commitment into the hospital, so I didn't fight for it. Although, it probably would have resulted in me losing anyway, given the circumstances I found myself with.


*Edit/Addendum: When I said that I was "render[ed] more or less incapable of thought" or that I had "not a single care or thought about anything", that is what I meant, but more in a way that I could not formulate any kind of thought requiring any effort. I simply didn't have the motivation, nor energy. I could be in a state of despair, or maybe decide to attend to a basic need, or take part in a very basic conversation, but I was very much in a state of non-thought - that is, not being able to formulate a thought - or contemplate. For instance, I could not ponder an idea or solve a problem. While not being able to "think", my brain could still operate somewhat on auto-pilot in a sense. Perhaps I used the expression a little bluntly, though it largely explains the effects pretty accurately in a sense.
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well obviously they are serious threat to others, but not themselves.

like alex jones said, when the ice pick lobotomy was the rage, they'd run around doing it to anyone who wouldn't fight back.
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It is called LIFE!

Everything is nuts here.
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Donít ever talk to cops or doctors. If you even say something like ďthe NSA has records of all my phone callsĒ they will say you are crazy and lock you up even though it has been reported in the MSM that the NSA actually does this. Donít invite the system to screw you. Donít talk to doctors or cops.
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they are just more violent and crazy than you are. they win.

when you're outnumbered and all by yourself, anyone can pretend anything you say is crazy and there's nothing you can do about it. everyone does it all the time in any social setting. if you're the one they don't like, everything, anything you do is 'crazy', meaning they don't like it, they don't like you.

you are basically a witch.



witch trials were just mobs ganging up on anyone that seemed different or they didn't like. NOrth KOreans, Syrians, Iranians, libyans, Italians, Germans, Russians, British, French, Norwegians.

mouthbreather americans actually booed when Trump said we should take more norwegian immigrants. they hate Norwegians. seriously.
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everything in life is just about the power of the mob, going along with the group. group power, race power, or in case of America, mindless obedience to whatever trend setting ridiculousness is imposed on their feeble minds by the satanic media. is self immolation cool? sucking nagger dicks? what next, pulling your own fingernails out? piercing your tongue and face? getting tattooes all over your body?

it doesn't matter, if you are part of a group, you are now powerful. or so you think. til you discover you are all just really insane idiots all doing the same thing.
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In case anyone else is ever in the same predicament...

Yes Dr. I understand what my dad told you. No, I don't believe or buy into any of that conspiracy and alien crap. I just bring it up to him because I know it annoys him. I guess I can be an ass at times.
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+1

Good strategy.

Never tell one of the assholes the truth.

Or you could say, "Gosh, I didn't think he was taking me seriously, I was just kidding around with him, to see how he would react"

Or try telling them he misunderstood a comic-book-like story you read on GLP, or some creative-writing web-site.

Make sure you know the name of a good web-site though.

Tell them is was just a story from a sci-fi short story or book you were contemplating writing, and you were testing the story out to see if it was any good?

Sorry to hear about your troubles.
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i dunno my mom went bonkers and i went to one of those evaluation rooms and the lady female woman evaluator first she says oh you don't have insurance, so we can't take her. soon as she sensed that was ok with me, she immediately changed her mind. she immediately realized this was OK WITH ME, and therefore she was not EXERCISING HER WILL OVER MINE.

yep that's the exact flavor i got of that brief experience. It is ALL about the most mindless power game you've ever witnessed.
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These hospitals dope you up with all kinds of medication which results in a modern day lobotomy through medication.

They don't need to use ice picks anymore...
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In case anyone else is ever in the same predicament...

Yes Dr. I understand what my dad told you. No, I don't believe or buy into any of that conspiracy and alien crap. I just bring it up to him because I know it annoys him. I guess I can be an ass at times.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 71459852


+1

Good strategy.

Never tell one of the assholes the truth.

Or you could say, "Gosh, I didn't think he was taking me seriously, I was just kidding around with him, to see how he would react"

Or try telling them he misunderstood a comic-book-like story you read on GLP, or some creative-writing web-site.

Make sure you know the name of a good web-site though.

Tell them is was just a story from a sci-fi short story or book you were contemplating writing, and you were testing the story out to see if it was any good?

Sorry to hear about your troubles.
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I understand what you are saying and there are multiple possibilities why - but I disagree.


Why should someone have to deny what they think or how they feel?


If you are concerned that the people querying have the power to bang you up then the way to express yourself is to say: I believe it is possible that... - to do otherwise is to forfeit your self.


It is unfortunate that in the scenario given above it was the father who was unable to cope - yet he wasn't administered to: surely the simple resolve would be for the father to understand that he could listen to the expressions of belief of others without feeling threatened - just converse and debate.

To me this is on a par with a father wanting their son to become a doctor but he wants to be a nurse or a daughter being looked at unappreciately for wanting to become an engineer instead of marrying and popping out grandkids etc.


A quaker has gone to jail/ prison apparently - for making organic herb salves.


The power is the madness.


It is not true that if you fight you get away - they fight you back even harder; it is a difficult path through the rabbit hole.

Yes. Life.


xx
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I also feel that in many cases it would be of benefit if the hospital staff were trained to discuss the patients views instead of simply medicating - open things to discussion - accept people's views and if they are having difficulties dealing with them then discuss coping strategies. For example if someone feels - wow the NSA or GCHQ are listening in or monitoring - then talk it through with them: are you a criminal? Discuss the pros and cons of the intrusion - discuss the current debates over privacy issues - give coping mechanisms by way of explanation of how any gathered information might be used for the provision of safety and social improvement - talk about dealing with bum deals etc.

A lot of people feel completely isolated and insignificant and so the concept of being viewed can be extraordinary; outside preconceived norms. Yet understanding that everyone is under-surveillance lends itself to the establishment of comprehension of new norms, which everyone is dealing with.




I know of a woman who was being harrassed in extreme measure by her neighbours - taking her money - ransacking her flat - threatening her - she ran away from home - was reported missing and possibly in danger by family and friends - she went to the police station and asked to go to psych hospital - she told them demons were coming; she was too scared to say her neighbours were scary because if this was not dealt with the neighbours and their associates might carry out their threats - she was under intense stress - so she maintained her analogy of demons and took her meds etc - when in fact - she just needs to move somewhere where neighbours are not crackhead robbing sh8thoes.


She is released home now - but the threat has not been removed so the psychiatric element of stress and fear remain. I believe they are trying to move - get a council move etc.


As a rule she does not often leave her home and so her son is her carer - all of these cycles can be alleviated if social problems are appropriately addressed.


At Christmas on hearing the story - I actually thought it was possible she was harmed or hostage in the neighbours flat - my daughter contacted the police for hours and during that time the woman handed herself in to them.


So much - wrong.
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They told me there was nothing they could do for me, not to call them, they would call me.
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the only people who need to be locked up, are those who have or threaten to do harm to themselves or others


in other words the "criminally insane" ... the others, need to be evaluated, diagnosed, treated and released under strict supervision for the rest of their lives - no exceptions ... unless a cure for their dis-ease is found.

if you can't function in Society, you need to be removed from society ... that's far more humane that forcing them to live under a bridge ... that's pretty plain and simple but they won't get the help they need in jail

these people are easily identified - quit IGNOREing them - the drunks, drug addicts, and trans-sexuals are all mentally ill - if they contribute NOTHING to Society they need to be permanently removed from it, and relocated to a place where every one is safe.
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Goodluck with your bait threads
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similar story here. bad family. so it seems that family does the commitment in general. and doctors are in on the truth but they work for the other side. psychiatric pills are very dangerous and can lead to death.
if anyone is interested of how i escaped my demons Thread: How to escape demons. .
i have a family with secrets and they had spirits and used spirits in a bad way. when i wanted to leave the family for my real family... my friends and make a new road without them they invoked a lot of demons on me so that i don't ever have success in life or live them. they had control over psychiatry in this area. whatever they said was true. liars.
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I was put on an all female hospital ward

The experience was fine for me I met some really interesting people

After when I came home I actually missed being there

I kept my views to myself it got me out quicker than if I started going on about this and that

There is an appropriate place to show your views on conspiracy, spirituality etc and that is GLP!

I appreciate that if you’re psychotic you may not have the same will as when you are not so keeping your views to yourself may be impossible

One of my paranoias is that people won’t believe me with what I know so I think that is why my will was strong to not speak to them
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Thanks for clearing up why schizophrenics don't take their meds. I wouldn't blame them.
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I've never been involuntary but been voluntary a few times.





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