Here is what comes to mind- the research literature I have examined talks a whole lot about BLAME and others thinking we are AT FAULT and RESPONSIBLE for being born with SHITTY GENES, YO. In reality, (or do I mean in the Star Wars universe?) this crappy blame transfers from the public to us stigmatizing ourselves and therefore internalizing rejection from society, perhaps expecting it before it even happens (Corrigan, like every fucking year). Here’s an example. You go to college. You meet people like you. You want to tell them you have the illness, but you think they will reject you when you say it, so you dont say it, and this makes you feel like an impostor and makes you avoid talking to these potential friends. Oh not like I have been there or anything.
The stuff also talks about us being perceived as dangerous as well as to blame for being mentally ill. Like we woke up and decided to become insane because we read the Deadpool graphic novels and set out to actually become Deadpool, psychotic disorder included as well as athletics and lethal skills. Uh lol
(what’s a Deadpool, anyways? Is it a person?)
Anyways, back to the topic, I had about four hours of vivid dreams and woke up feeling pretty good.
Anyways, back to the actual topic, I do think that understanding the biological, neurodevelopmental model, which is the new ■■■■, and THE ■■■■ today, is important for moving on with recovery and rebuilding a normal life as well as one possibly can. Oh, and the degree to which one can rebuild a normal life varies for each and every person, not to sound corny, but we are like snowflakes when it comes to the details of how we recover and in which ways.
Neurodevelopmental? Sound confusing? See reference: http://www.nimh.nih.gov/about/director/bio/publications/rethinking-schizophrenia.shtml
Thank you, Dr. Tom Insel, M.D. for this dope ■■■■ homie.
I think that’s all, gratuitous Deadpool trailer and citation and all.