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Old 06-16-2018, 05:46 PM   #21 (permalink)
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A couple years ago I tried every avenue available in my area and there is no available psychiatric care even with insurance. I went everywhere. I called the national hotline. Followed up on everything they told me. All I can do is get my pills from a general practitioner. There’s nothing else available. I couldn’t even get a person with a Ph.D in psychology for therapy.
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Old 06-16-2018, 05:51 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Old 06-16-2018, 05:54 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Old 06-17-2018, 12:09 AM   #24 (permalink)
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Most mental health clinics here don’t employ an MD of any sort and certainly not a psychiatrist. I take pills so it seems to me I should be able to at least meet with a psychiatrist at least once. The way mental health care is compared to how it should be is shameful.
That's ****ed up, I can empathize. It's a huge issue here in ca too. If you're poor there's no chance of getting the help you need. Sure, you can go to the volunteer-run support groups and take a bunch of pamphlets home but if you're poor you don't have access to therapy, you don't have access to a good psychiatrist that will make sure you're being prescribed the right thing, it's a cliche now but it's easier to walk out of a hospital with opioids than ssri's. Mental health care in America is a privilege you have to pay into.
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I pay 20 bucks a session with insurance, IDK how much it is with out but I don't think my insurance is that good. I know a lot of people around here feel the same way because they don't know that this place exists. And I know a lot of people just gave up on it because terrible experiences with past therapists. I had one who would hardly listen and told me that I just expect too much from life. If our medical system were any good I'd have known about all the stuff I'm just learning now on my own a long time ago.
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Depression has a really nasty card up its sleeve. It can make you not want to heal.

In Calcutta, I walked around the slums near that famous bridge. I watched dozens, maybe hundreds, of crippled kids in all different states of disrepair. I figured out something really horrific. These children with crippling disabilities started off with mendable injuries that went untreated. A simple infection that spread out of control, easily treated with antibiotics waiting for paying patients at clinics and hospitals literally within sight. A limp upsets other joints and muscles eventually permanently. No prosthetics and misuse causing the limbs to be eaten away by misuse and time.

I thought my injuries had been properly healed but now I know that the same kind of deformities were growing in my warped mind. A person can overcome adversity but a child can’t overcome abuse. 40 years later your brain is just 40 years more warped out.
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major depressive disorder
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We have more in common than I thought but I have had a problem with sleep walking since I was a kid. I've almost jumped off my two story patio allegedly. I deal with night terrors too. Not nightly but frequently.
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