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Monthly Archives: December 2014
Thought creates reality and then it says, I didn’t do it; it’s there by itself, and I must correct it.
David Bohm Continue reading
Seems to me like they want us to be afraid, man Or maybe we just like being afraid Culture of Fear written by Roberto Manuel Garza, Richard Eric Hilton, Jeffrey Haynes. Seems to me like they want us … Continue reading
That’s the madness of me. When I’m going off on one, even when I might be right, there’s a voice in my head going: ‘You’ll pay for this.
-Roy Keane Continue reading
One of the great myths of what often gets called “mental illness” is that people who have been diagnosed “lack insight”. The truth is that too many doctors lack the insight to ask – or the time to listen to … Continue reading
Exploded Diper! Feel the Diper Thunder! We’re gonna hit the fan! Can’t keep this diper under… Exploded Daiper We are Loded Diper! Woooooooooowwwwwwwwwww! You told us we were losers and we can’t do nothing right. You said we’d never make … Continue reading
Nag Nag Nag Nag written by Ian Stuart Wilson, Christopher William Hammans Ward, Friederike Siepe, Michael Breyer, Eddie Argos. Wet trousers in the washing machine But I’d rather be damp than seen in jeans I’m grown up now but … Continue reading
“A fundamental message of this report is that that ‘psychotic’ experiences are understandable in the same ways as ‘normal’ experiences, and can be approached in the same way.”
Excellent report and resource, free publication by British Psychological Society- Understanding Psychosis and Schizophrenia.
Maps out a future for how we need to do differently – as individuals, a society and services.
Nice to know that someone is listening. Continue reading