Author Topic: Stohlmann-Rainey  (Read 72 times)


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« on: August 08, 2019, 03:50:08 pm »
Jess Stohlmann-Rainey, not seen your name before, excellent article.

" I believed wholeheartedly that suicide “prevention” was about creating a world worth living in, and thought that the field shared that belief."

Well, nothing of the Mental Health System works like that, not the drugs, not the psychotherapy.  Its always about getting you to accept a so called life which is without honor.  The very idea of "healing" is to get you to turn the accusatory finger back on yourself and to exonerate perpetrators.  "Recovery" is more of the same.

"Suicide prevention constructs a reality in which the problems of suicide lie within suicidal people. "

Everything of ~Mental Health~ ~Psychotherapy~ and ~Recovery~ works that way.

We shouldn't be wasting money putting survivors on drugs or sending them to therapists, we should be sending them to law school, so that we can obtain compensatory justice.

I say that the most important right now should be talking a hard line stance, No Drugs, No Therapy, No Recovery Programs.

And then fight to get laws changed, get the drugs off of the market, and start putting some psychotherapists out of business, and then move forward from there.

One of the promising things I see is that some people are now suing their psychotherapists for "Transference Abuse".

Excellent Article!  Excellent insights!  I am so glad that you have been able to resist!

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