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A psychiatrist criticises the psychiatric publishing industry

Mental Illness – The definition is not really insanity – The DSM is misleading

So many people take for granted that to be emotionally and/or psychologically stressed, to be out of balance, to experience what is referred to as “mental illness” means that one is “abnormal” and that is often judged or defined as “insanity”. Who does this benefit? What happens to people when they believe they are “less than” or “insane”? Among other things people feel shame, they feel not-good-enough, broken, isolated and/or alienated. They often not only become disconnected from others but even more importantly they become disconnected from self. This is a state of emotional distress. Emotional distress, even difficulty coping does not “insanity” make.

I know, as a Life Coach and BPD/Mental Health Coach, that more and more people are looking for alternative ways to find balance and healing in their lives. Coaching with me is one of those other alternatives. It is my hope that more people will educate themselves about the hidden agenda of biopsychiatry and come to realize that the DSM’s are created by the “profession”. They are largely made-up disorders by those in cohoots with Big Pharma to  make  money. They are not about helping people with mental and emotional stress and distress.

Psychiatry cannot really distinguish mental illness from mental health. How can they know the difference when they make up what mental illness is in their “brain based biologial approach”.

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Psychiatry – Making a Killing

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