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  1. Hi. I'm not new, I just lurk around a lot. My life is in disarray, I'm the most depressed I've ever been, my hubby's in his 4th psych ward/hospital in 3 years. Before that, he was your ordinary, dual diagnosed, drinks too much kinda guy. No delusions. No psychosis. At 50, he just bugged out. More on this later. I am so ANGRY! I shouldn't be but I am. I resent being having to deal with pdocs and Psych social workers (OMG sooo clueless) and researching antipsychotics & SSRI'S & SNRI'S & so on & so on. I take 300mg of Wellbutrin 150 2 x daily, 4mg of Klonopin 2 mg at a time.
  2. Really interesting article that made me want to buy this book... (I have too many books.) https://hyperallergic.com/325904/this-way-madness-lies-mike-jay/
  3. An amazing donation at the museum today... These are the belongings of a female doctor who qualified in 1903. Female doctors were unusual at that time and she had quite a hard time getting patients at first. No one wanted to have a woman for a doctor! She endured and eventually established a busy practice. The large leather bag is a saddlebag for almost all her tools, most of what is set out on the table, amazingly. They fit inside a metal case (to the right of the saddlebag), that was also used for sterilising instruments. Anyway, I found it quite interesting. Also, that book is about her. Oh
  4. Ward 81 & Oregon State Hospital 1975 - 2005 Images from Mary Ellen Mark’s series Ward 81 have been floating around the internet lately. I feel a special connection, however, as I explored the hospital in its abandoned state. The old hospital buildings were torn down four years after I visited in 2005. Though Mark’s work is well known, the hospital’s biggest fame was as the filming location for One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s nest. I have provided both Mary Ellen Mark’s 1975 photographs as well as my own for contrast, to show what became of the hospital 30 years on. I also provided images of
  5. This book has a very interesting section on madness, describing what seems obvious to me as both depression and bipolar mania. I dictated all the text because the appearance of the letters 's' and 'f' is often identical and makes it hard to read if you aren't accustomed. The areas I found particularly interesting I put in bold. More images of the book, specifically the pages I typed, are provided below the text. Seeing as treatment called for things such as regular bleeding, purgatives, cold baths, shaving of the head, a 'slender' diet, and confinement, I'm really loving my meds right now. Di
  6. Insanity as it was seen by the medical establishment in 1847. I especially like "wounded self love" as a notable cause for suicide.
  7. When patients were committed to the Willard Asylum for the Insane in Upstate New York, they arrived with a suitcase packed with all of the possessions they thought they needed for their time inside. Most never left. The mental hospital had an average stay of nearly 30 years. When patients died, they were buried in nameless graves across the street of the asylum. Their suitcases, with all their worldly possessions, were locked in an attic and forgotten. In 1995, an employee of the mental hospital discovered the suitcases, 400 of them. They date from 1910 to 1960. Now, photographer Jon C
  8. I was curious how many people have been separated from parents or someone else in your early childhood? I think it caused my BPD. It would explain a lot. I started seeing a counselor at age 10 at the recommendation of my teacher. This counselor said if I am ever diagnosed with problems my separation from my birth parents and previous neglect are most likely the cause. I am just curious if anyone else has been separated. I read it is a common history for those with BPD. In my signature is my story... revised.... very much revised. My full story is long but for anyone actually willing to read it
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