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

 
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But not for delusional issues.
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08/22/2019 05:35 AM
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I bought your book a while ago but have yet to read it. Sounds interesting. I found it fascinating about that pyscho guy who they let out and he went and fought in south Africa and died in battle. Forget his name
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No but im a nurse
Sitting at my desk at a psyche hospital as i type

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Never a boring day.
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Will there be drugs?
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Yeah but not the fun kind.
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08/22/2019 05:41 AM
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Duh!
Its how you get your stripes at glp.
Then the raise in clasification to max.
They cant be giving out open security clearances to normies.
You have to be blackmarked first for plausible deniability.
Then the vaults are opened and folks call you david icke or such.
Dont worry,its a vacation with great drug cocktails snd snacks.
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08/22/2019 06:01 AM

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"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"."

Dude, come on... Don't get upset at the system when you go to a psych hospital talking about time travel and conspiracies ... What did you think was going to happen???
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I wasn't openly talking about conspiracies at the hospital. The person that brought me to the psychiatric evaluation (my dad) used my views against me, as he told them what I believed. I didn't even really talk to my dad about that stuff much either, though he knew.

But I did very briefly mention being interested in conspiracies and Area 51 to my doctor while in the hospital, which seemed to add to the reasons why my doctor labeled me what she did. It was a very brief occurrence.

But I don't really feel like going into all of the details about the whole story, because it's kind of embarrassing. Though what I posted is the truth.
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I though it was like a unwritten rule to not talk GLP stuff to family. Family don't understand OP.
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"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"."

Dude, come on... Don't get upset at the system when you go to a psych hospital talking about time travel and conspiracies ... What did you think was going to happen???
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I wasn't openly talking about conspiracies at the hospital. The person that brought me to the psychiatric evaluation (my dad) used my views against me, as he told them what I believed. I didn't even really talk to my dad about that stuff much either, though he knew.

But I did very briefly mention being interested in conspiracies and Area 51 to my doctor while in the hospital, which seemed to add to the reasons why my doctor labeled me what she did. It was a very brief occurrence.

But I don't really feel like going into all of the details about the whole story, because it's kind of embarrassing. Though what I posted is the truth.
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I though it was like a unwritten rule to not talk GLP stuff to family. Family don't understand OP.
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Family do get nervous.the ol psyop,imformation overload for the sheep.it has to be drip fed.
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08/22/2019 06:13 AM
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I was in one for years....

NYC Public School System.


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Yes.
Larry D. Croc

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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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This should be required reading for your "love interests"...
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another vampire
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One of my husbands and my mother…..
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One of my husbands and my mother…..
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On the other end of the spectrum you speak of....
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By their own kind first.





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