Encore!
Where Everything Old is New Again!
or So I would have you Believe
 
 
 
 
 
 
Everything on this page is already on this site somewhere and is being reposted on this page temporarily along with the link  where it is, and where it will remain, permanently for future reference if interested. I am doing this because most of what I am talking about is now pretty much a repeat of the same old efforts to penetrate the resistance of people  and psychiatry and/or because I have other things to do and can't write as much as usual. In any case, hope you enjoy the reminiscing....as THAT's the way it WAS.

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Awareness Exercise No 2- Eyeglow

  •  4/23/2013 12:00:00 AM
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Permanent Link  May 23rd 2010 http://www.counterpsych.com/aspx/m/734478/beid/8071334478/beid/80713 Eyeglow When I 'claim' that I am aware of people I do not even know standing around smirking at me, their eyes glowing with amusement, and gossiping to each other with me as their target of their gossip, am I denying the reality of my 'mental illness' or are YOU denying the reality of your group behaviour and also denying my awareness of it? As it is said: 'Reality is a matter of perspective...
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Now Take My Psychiatrist...Please!

  •  4/8/2013 12:00:00 AM
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Using Humour To Defuse Difficult Situations By Patricia Lefave, Labelled D.D.(P)..har har Original post at Monophrenic Monologue from November 24th 2010 Admitted Monophrenic There is a great deal of untapped power to be had in the use of humour. That may seem a strange idea to many as the topic we are discussing here is anything BUT funny most of the time. However using humour to take back some personal control can be very empowering at the same time as it de-fuses tense or potentially vi...
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What Do Words Mean?

  •  3/28/2013 12:00:00 AM
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What Do Words Mean? By Patricia Lefave, Psychiatric Survivour Do you think that is an odd question? Most people would say they know what words mean but few would stop to ask themselves why they believe they do. In fact, most people would not even think of the question in the first place. We ‘assume’ we know these things and that the things we ‘all’ know are the same things that everyone else knows. Real communication and understanding requires effort, it requires context, a premise upon wh...
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