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    Rethinking Madness: Psychosis and Spiritual Awakening

    Rethinking Madness: Psychosis and Spiritual Awakening – Everything Matters: Beyond Meds Home - CRAZYWISE
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    The psychiatrist who wanted to make madness normal

    Just thought this article was interesting The psychiatrist who wanted to make madness normal - The psychiatrist who wanted to make madness normal - BBC News
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    Gail Hornstein: Why don't mental health professionals take first-hand accounts of madness seriously?

    Gail Hornstein: Why don't mental health professionals take first-hand accounts of madness seriously? Gail Hornstein: Why don't mental health professionals take first-hand accounts of madness seriously? Gail Hornstein: Why don't mental health professionals take first-hand accounts of madness...
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    The Madness of King Donald

    The Madness of King Donald The Madness of King Donald: Protecting One’s Sanity And Soul, By Carolyn Baker | Carolyn Baker
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    Spiritual Emergency Book List

    The Call of Spiritual Emergency Emma Bragdon ---------- Spiritual Crisis: Varieties and perspectives of a transpersonal phenomenon Fransje de Waard ------------ Spiritual Emergency: When personal transformation becomes a crisis Stanslov Grof ------------ The Stormy Search for the Self...
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    Rethinking Madness with Paris Williams

    Rethinking Madness with Paris Williams - Home - Rethinking Madness Paris Williams, PhD | Brain Blogger Paris Williams, PhD, Author at Mad In America ‘Full Recovery from Schizophrenia’ by Paris Williams - ‘Full Recovery from Schizophrenia’ by Paris Williams — Recovery Stories
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    The I-Who Madness of the Voices !!

    Hi ya'll !! I have been experiencing a lot of this I-Who madness of these Voices ..... not seen such a psychological mess of a behavior in the real world among real people .... Essentially these Voices think or are going on about attempting to fool us by simply claiming I-Who am...
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    Some thoughts on Mad Studies

    Some thoughts on ‘Mad Studies’… - Asylum Magazine for Democratic Psychiatry | Asylum Magazine for Democratic Psychiatry "‘Mad Studies’ is an emergent body of knowledge/scholarship in the field of mental health in the UK that has attracted considerable attention and debate. As Brenda...
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    I am introducing myself. I am very fearful about doing this.

    I have been in a very lot of forums and banned from all of them because of my madness. The last forum was like this l would read the rules everyday. I would obey the rules and the moderators kept saying l was breaking the rules. What l understood l was reading lead me to ask more and more...
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    What Does It Mean to Be Called 'Crazy' in a Crazy World?

    What Does It Mean to Be Called 'Crazy' in a Crazy World? | Alternet A call to rethink madness and our responses to it. It has become increasingly mainstream to criticize psychiatry for its corruption by drug companies, invalid diagnoses, lack of long-term treatment effectiveness, and other...
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    Our Emotions – The Sole Creators of Every Word, Voice, Symbolic Image, Bodily Movement and Thought

    Our Emotions – The Sole Creators of Every Word, Voice, Symbolic Image, Bodily Movement and Thought Our Emotions - The Sole Creators of Every Word, Voice, Symbolic Image, Bodily Movement and Thought - Mad In America By Michael Cornwall, PhD Blogs June 12, 2012 The experience of hearing voices...
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    mental madness

    so just been to my doctor to ask to see a psychiatrist for a possible diagnosis and it didn't go well. he said that not only did he feel that I have no psychological disorder but that he also didn't feel that I had depression. :scratch: I've attempted suicide, I take medication, I have had break...
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    Foucault Interview

    I wondered, if at all, we Westerns were deceiving ourselves greatly. We readily imagine that we are a very tolerant society – that we have welcomed all the forms of the past, all the cultural forms foreign to us, that we welcome also behavior, language, and sexual deviations, etc. I wonder if...
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    The Sanity of 'Madness'

    There's so much pressure on us to be always rational, calm and sensible: it's time also to say a word about the essential normality of a little madness. The Sanity of 'Madness'
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    letting go of the anger.

    Hey, I've been full of anger and recentment so long now I don't know how to let go of it. I hate people, not just the "madness" when I think I'm going to kill, but I really hate people esp those who have more than me. so how do you start to let go? I'm in the last few years of my life, the...
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    Gail Hornstein on First-Person Narratives of Madness

    https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/rethinking-mental-health/201604/gail-hornstein-first-person-narratives-madness Interview with Gail Hornstein EM: You are the author of Agnes’s Jacket: A Psychologist’s Search for the Meanings of Madness. Can you tell us a little bit about that book? GH: My...
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    Intergenerational Trauma | Naas Siddiqui | Madness Radio

    Intergenerational Trauma | Naas Siddiqui | Madness Radio | Madness Radio What if psychotic experiences express historical and intergenerational trauma? Does one person’s emotional crisis reach beyond their own individual mind? Could synchronicities and meaningful coincidences guide recovery...
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    Radio 4 programme on voices and dissociation.

    There is a super interesting programme on radio 4 at the moment about loneliness, isolation and dissociation. A wonderful range of perspectives is offered, medical and social on the human experience. Also, one of the speakers has written a play about these voices, particularly malevolent voices...
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    Jung’s First Dream, The Mad God Dionysus and a Madness Sanctuary called Diabasis

    Jung’s First Dream, The Mad God Dionysus and a Madness Sanctuary called Diabasis Jung's First Dream, The Mad God Dionysus and a Madness Sanctuary called Diabasis - Mad In America By Michael Cornwall, PhD Blogs April 26, 2012 With a loud piercing cry, the bare chested Native American warrior...
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    Mind, Myth and Madness: Are biological accounts of mental illness useful?

    Mind, Myth and Madness: Are biological accounts of mental illness useful? Mind, Myth and Madness
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