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“Anatomy of an Epidemic”: A Book Review and my Thoughts, Part 4

In my first three posts in this series, I review the book, “Anatomy of an Epidemic” by Robert Whitaker. In my last post, I reviewed Whitaker’s points about the industry of drugging up kids. In this post, I explain how my experience as a Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy (MSbP) survivor informs my reaction to this book. Better Off Without […]
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“Anatomy of an Epidemic”: A Book Review and my Thoughts, Part 3

In this series of posts, I review the book, “Anatomy of an Epidemic” by Robert Whitaker, and highlight parallels between my own experience as a Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy (MSbP) survivor and the points Whitaker makes in his book. In my last post, I explained how the psychiatric infrastructure is all too happy to medicalize mood and drug up people, […]
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“Anatomy of an Epidemic”: A Book Review and my Thoughts, Part 2

This series of posts reviews the book, “Anatomy of an Epidemic” by Robert Whitaker, and explains where I see parallels between my own experience as a Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy (MSbP) survivor and the argument Whitaker makes in the book. In my first post in this series, I introduced the book and why it resonated with […]
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“Anatomy of an Epidemic”: A Book Review and my Thoughts, Part 1

Book Review Introduction My mom once told me that I was so mentally ill that she was going to have me deemed incompetent.  I would stand before a judge while she would proceed to give all the reasons why I should be under her care past the age of 18, and unable to make my […]
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Surviving Adult Reports Childhood MSbP Torture: Part 22 -Medication Poisoning at S.A.F.E.

Now that I have described the structure of S.A.F.E. in several blog posts, including a description of the phases, there is a notable moment that I must relay to you, because it highlights the garish incompetency of the program in general.  The article I posted earlier about S.A.F.E. describes how medicated we were, and it’s true.  Maybe we had […]
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