I went and spoke with a man who was unhappy with what I had to say; and understandably so. He seems like a good guy, but whether he is or not remains to be seen--I was not as composed or as serene as I would have liked. Honestly I only determined to have the conversation upon realizing---there is a remote possibility that he isn't aware of what the facts are, and raced out the door. Well, he heard a story I don't think he'd heard before---he honestly looked surprised and said he would look into it. He made no promises.
This isn't "just a story" I'm telling----It isn't my type of story----it has been a real life horror story ever since I have come here to heal and raise my children. I have much more to heal from, as do both my sons. Imagine in real life, seeking help for your child to ultimately have your traumatized child further abused, further traumatized, and ultimately disabled by "professionals."
It is a story that should not be any one's American Experience, but it is mine. I know that the US Constitution is MY American Gospel. I wonder what rules the 'professionals' use? Are they held to any standard? It doesn't look like it from my perspective. Having Laws passed to codify coercion and control of vulnerable people and calling it 'medicine.' Using the Courts, Police and Powers of the State to effectively strip people of their Individual Rights under the Constitution, and subject them to Human Experimentation using neurotoxins. It really is not surprising when it is looked at from this perspective, that perjury and forgery are committed by 'mental health professionals' without thinking.
People with a psychiatric diagnosis have their Human Rights violated as a matter of course; the same rights most people take for granted. Mental health professionals have a moral and an ethical duty to preserve the fundamental human rights of people who have a psychiatric diagnosis. Instead, mental health professionals and 'advocates' support legally diminishing the Individual Rights of people given a psychiatric diagnosis; abdicating their moral and ethical duty to the vulnerable people they purport to 'serve.'