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    "ill paradise" created through hardest sadism possible...

    some call us "targeted individuals", well, i am rather targeted than ill, i call mind manipulators/programmers "sick individuals" :), they have their "ill paradise" created through hardest sadism possible(old testament's world?) - which is also a part of psychotronics psychology(especially...
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    Risk of Victimization Is High in Patients With Psychosis, Meta-Analysis Finds

    Risk of Victimization Is High in Patients With Psychosis, Meta-Analysis Finds Posted by psychiatric news alert April 3 2018 Psych News Alert: Risk of Victimization Is High in Patients With Psychosis, Meta-Analysis Finds The worst victimisation I have experienced is from mental health...
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    Why, hello there

    Hi. My online username is usually Mackerni (Ethan in real life) and I have bipolar 1 disorder. I'm looking to reach out and give and receive help from individuals on this forum. I just joined a few moment ago. I'm glad to be a part of this community. I hope to hear from (some of) you soon. :grin:
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    Researchers Find Link Between Economic Hardship and Cognitive Function

    Won't change anything - few articles/recent reports linking environmental, psychological & biological areas - Link Between Economic Hardship and Cognitive Function [From Above Link] "Individuals who experienced sustained poverty performed worse on cognitive tasks than those never in poverty...
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    Massive breakthrough in Scitzophrenia Research released today

    Genetic study provides first-ever insight into biological origin of schizophrenia Partial quote, click link for full article. http://www.broadinstitute.org/news/7823 Over the past five years, geneticists led by the Broad Institute’s Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research and its...
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    Issues that Divide the Mad Community

    i feel that this is a very relevant article within the wider mental health debate - https://fightingforfreedominamerica.wordpress.com/2016/01/24/issues-that-divide-the-mad-community/ As a psychotherapist who works with other Mad individuals in an L.A. county facility, it seems to me that the...
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    What is mental health today - psychiatry, neuroscience & society - Nikolas Rose

    What is mental health today - psychiatry, neuroscience & society - Nikolas Rose https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P8mkcXdTZ_g Social scientist Nikolas Rose believes that social factors shape neurobiology, rather than the opposite. He describes how the recent developments in the neurosciences...
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    Class struggle and mental health: Live to fight another day

    The long-awaited and beautifully illustrated pamphlet bringing together accounts from anarchists around the globe about what it means to suffer from mental illness and what we, as individuals and a movement, can do about it...
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    Negative spiritual beliefs associated with worse mental health

    Negative Spiritual Beliefs Associated with More Pain and Worse Physical, Mental Health - FailedMessiah.com “In general, the more religious or spiritual you are, the healthier you are, which makes sense [because of reduced stress levels and greater sense of community and purpose]. But for some...
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    Scitzophrenia and Scitzoaffective disorder what's the difference?.

    I get this all the time from people where I live telling me that JS and JD are or "Have the same thing" "Well they both hear voices don't they?" Or I've heard of that "They are all Paranoid and dangerous" Those people couldn't be more wrong people really don't have a clue and cling to the...
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    PTSD - Not sure I may or may not have it

    Not sure if I have a form of PTSD. As I don't wish to re-live my memories. I shall say this. When someone harms me or tries to ruin my quality of life yet again intentionally. I get filled with hatred & rage. I then have flash backs of the hell that I have lived through caused by other...
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    When is a good person considered bad

    Say for instance you stood up to people that did one or all of the following: 1. Individuals that try to wear you down emotionally and make you feel bad. 2. Individuals that treat you like a second class citizen 3. Individuals that enjoyed your pain and/or suffering and try to make it worse 4...
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    being run down because of the workplace.

    I work in a company were the bosses have their heads so far up their own arses they can't see the light of day. With limited individuals in short that will try to force their opinions in your face daily that every bit of tedious technology or simple procedure we work on at the company is highly...
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    Social class at birth and risk of psychosis.

    Abstract BACKGROUND: Individuals with psychotic disorders are represented more in the lower social classes, yet there is conflicting evidence to whether these individuals drift into the lower social classes or whether lower social class is a risk factor for developing psychosis. The aim of this...
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    Study: 70% of People on Antidepressants Don’t Have Depression

    Study: 70% of People on Antidepressants Don J Clin Psychiatry/Antidepressant Use and Lifetime History of Mental Disorders in a Community Sample: Results From the Baltimore Epidemiologic Catchment Area Study If sales for antidepressants such as Zoloft, Lexapro, or Prozac tell us anything, it’s...
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    Experiences of hearing voices

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    West Sussex

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    Swansea Transcend 01792 544018 [email protected] Transcend can provide one-to-one support to individuals with mental health issues living in Swansea. Anyone that is experiencing mental health difficulties can be referred to access support from Transcend. You do not need to be involved...
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    Greater Manchester

    Altrincham Altrincham Anxiety Group St George’s Church Parish Centre Church Walk Altrincham WA14 4DB 0161 226 3871 [email protected] Every Monday, 1:00-3:00 pm (except Bank Holidays) The Altrincham Anxiety Group is a safe environment to share personal experiences and...