“Clinicians use DSM to accurately and consistently diagnose disorders affecting mood, personality, identity, cognition, and more.” After the failed field trials, what planet are these people on?
“These people”, dr Carroll, live lives insulated by Big Pharma money, busy, wealthy, group-thinking guys not about to let go of the proviliges they feel entitled to, shut off from reality and the rumblings in the underground, beneath the sand they built on – As expected…
I’ll recommend a daily intake of codliver-oil on a spoon, to keep the – maybe still – billion brainneurons in fat shape.Spoon-feeding is superior to capsules. Normal noses have no trouble detecting the stink of bad fishoils – provided the oil isn’t packaged in shiny capsules, you know, like PR-enhanced pharma products, as my oldest aunt 93 years old discovered by cutting one of her expensive capsules in two. The stink lingered in our noses long after that shit went down the drain.
These people, with their unholy DSM , industry ties and closed minds, cannot clean up the stink by themselves. Thats’s why they need shields, NAMI etc…
I see that my spelling goes into the ditch whenever the temp goes up, even though privileges is written privilegier in Norwegian, which is far from the cock-up I made, which is a world apart from the fundamental mistakes made by the APA and their DSM committees.
I enjoy reading your blog, dr Mickey, and the comments. Cheers from this little frozen place in the woods up north, where a lot of people are prescribed antidepressants and heavy sedatives to sleep and feel less angst. We are on the same planet,. Lots of money made on drugs, legal and illegal. Here too..
I also live in a little frozen place in the woods up north in Scotland, where a lot of people are prescribed anti-depressants. I happen to love living in the woods, which is where the DSM manual let me down.
What I was doing discussing my private life with a man who didn’t know me from a hole in the ground, I shall never know. But it was too late.
I lived in the country, I had a few issues, but the capsules arrived and ‘dog gone’ I was nearly gone.
Cod-liver oil is now a much more attractive proposition……….
Best wishes and dr. Mickey is on my wavelength, too.
He sounds like a right, nice human being..
Agreed, Annie, the diligently boring dr Mickey sounds like a right, nice human being.
As for sharing sensitive, personal matters with strangers, that’s a risky undertaking, even when they come with certificats from the finest institutions. This insight is ascribed to Sigmund Freud, by Steven Keen at http://www.debtdeflation.com:
Before you diagnose yourself with depression and low self-esteem, first make sure that you are not, in fact, merely surrounded by assholes!
I’ll stay with the good boring doctor here and a bottle of fresh cod-liver oil !
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