|Title||Lack of Choice (ebook)|
In the field of health there’s something called the "point of no return", where an individual can’t be helped anymore, and there isn’t any therapy, physical or psychological, able to provide healing.
Interestingly, this situation includes mainly victims of lobotomy, electroconvulsive therapy and Prozac, while modern medicine commonly labels patients in such state as “terminal”.
However, a situation can’t be that bad before reaching what can be defined as a path of choices.
Everyone chooses to live or die, to pursue dreams or embrace nightmares, to accept love or indulge in self-destructing acts.
We must recognize that drugs are used in Psychiatry, because, if an individual can’t do much for himself, neither can the Therapist.
Drugs suppress human emotions and represent self-acknowledgment in lacking ability to take responsibility for them.
The point of no return starts when the individual gives away his right to be responsible for his fate or is somehow forced to do so.
To know how to cure mental illness we must necessarily study personal choices and the lack of them, in order to find a path for rehabilitation before it’s too late.
- Mental illness as a choice
- Evilness as a choice
- Hurting and helping
- The root of insanity
- Nobody suffers alone
- The meaning behind feeling low
- The path of solutions
Mental illness as a choice
There’s something common in everyone suffering from mental illness, and it’s the fact somewhere in the past something happen leading to such state.
Nevertheless, we don’t suffer from what happens but from what we do to ourselves after that.
Most people suffering from depression have gone in that direction after engaging in self-destructive attitudes, such as selfishness, greediness and evilness.
Even though these personality traits may be stimulated by the pain endured, they’re the real reason behind the suffering.
The impossibility to change the past and take revenge is more poisonous to the mind than any incident. [...]
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