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MIND MADE UP
2022-07-17T17:57:50-07:00
Dee Essem
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tag:mindmadeup.svbtle.com,2014:Post/about-amy-grant-s-ask-me
2022-07-17T17:57:50-07:00
2022-07-17T17:57:50-07:00
ABOUT AMY GRANT'S "ASK ME"
<p><a href="https://www.bitchute.com/video/CiagNqmI0QHR/">https://www.bitchute.com/video/CiagNqmI0QHR/</a><br>
I had too-much for the video’s writeup, so I place it here:</p>
<p>it took over 20 years, but I finally-learned how to make some peace with the past and present so I can be better in the future {and, without anything related to your philosophy/business}</p>
<p>reader, if you were also forced a drug within a hospital – that was rape</p>
<p>you are not going to hear that word from within the system;<br>
for me, I needed to deal with the experience knowing that term</p>
<p>let your mind see it not as care or treatment, for it was mistreatment and not caring</p>
<p>know it as a correct word and how it affected <em>not a ‘symptom’</em>; I called it more than what others in the abusive-system claim … and that I can believe myself.</p>
<p>in hospital prisons, I did not receive “care” or anything truly “in my best interest”; those are wordings from ones who deny the action of abuse; there are plenty in “mental health” who love their profession more than genuinely helping a patient emotionally</p>
<p>let us not live to be “mentally ill”; we can be traumatized by “helpers” and unable to cope with it well; AWOL can be exactly what you need … and that is not “crazy”</p>
<p>there is recovery and freedom from psychiatry possible; I am here</p>
<p>let us not expect to find assistance from the very-business that is the fault of distress</p>
<hr>
<p>you, psychiatry, are the cause of PTSD for many; much “mental illness” is from genuine trauma … something that I believe the business is lax in realizing — and which commonly creates more grief by its methodology</p>
<p><em>remember, the person of Jesus is not the same as mere-people in a humanistic business who abused you</em></p>
<p>we do not have to be cruel to ourselves and seek improper “care”; nobody in the system is there to consider a patient could unknowingly perform “self harm” by remaining in that system</p>
<p>I am thankful how I learned this month that a place-of-rape is gone.<br>
<a href="https://tfpnj.blogspot.com/2018/01/elizabeth-general-medical-center.html">https://tfpnj.blogspot.com/2018/01/elizabeth-general-medical-center.html</a></p>
<p>as well, I am pleased to be whistleblower me:</p>
<p><a href="https://www.bitchute.com/video/0KSKui3674Y7/">https://www.bitchute.com/video/0KSKui3674Y7/</a><br>
<a href="https://mindmadeup.svbtle.com/14th-january-2017-behavioural-health-program-charged">https://mindmadeup.svbtle.com/14th-january-2017-behavioural-health-program-charged</a></p>
<p>they are still around, sadly, yet I did my best and helped call-it-out;<br>
please do not go there and always be wary of such-places that deceive.</p>
<p>I care about truth to patients, more-investigations into “behavioural health” locations, and less-drugging for the “mentally ill”</p>
<p>Are you in a situation where you can help expose “mental illness” fraud?<br>
Do not think that you are not-capable.</p>
<p>You are more important than any selfish businesses.<br>
You can choose God over humanistic, commanding, flippant psychiatry.</p>
<hr>
<p>How do I know there is a God in the heavens?<br>
I know what has helped me and what has not.</p>
<p><strong><p style="text-align:center;">Copyright © 2022 Dee Essem/MIND MADE UP</p></strong> </p>
tag:mindmadeup.svbtle.com,2014:Post/more-less-of-me
2022-01-09T17:08:28-08:00
2022-01-09T17:08:28-08:00
MORE "Less Of Me"
<p>7-9 January, 2022: On the 28th last-month is when I first heard of Loretta Lynn singing “Less Of Me” in a video. Although country-music, I liked the tune and wanted to have more of it {but less of me}.</p>
<p>So, since it was unfamiliar, I figured I had the first rendition and not a cover. Looking into information, we find that Glen Campbell’s considered the first noted-singer to give music to the words in 1965. The lyrics are a poem from Mr. Edgar A. Guest {1881-1959}. It “was published around 1909, whereupon it became very popular and was often quoted in magazines/journals and included in devotional calendars. Glen called the song ‘Less of Me’ and Guest called the wording ‘A Creed’.”</p>
<hr>
<p>A CREED</p>
<p>Let me be a little kinder,<br>
Let me be a little blinder<br>
To the faults of those around me,<br>
Let me praise a little more;<br>
Let me be, when I am weary<br>
Just a little bit more cheery,<br>
Let me serve a little better<br>
Those that I am striving for.</p>
<p>Let me be a little braver<br>
When temptation bids me waver,<br>
Let me strive a little harder<br>
To be all that I should be;<br>
Let me be a little meeker<br>
With the brother that is weaker,<br>
Let me think more of my neighbor<br>
And a little less of me.</p>
<p>Let me be a little sweeter,<br>
Make my life a bit completer<br>
By doing what I should do<br>
Every minute of the day;<br>
Let me toil, without complaining,<br>
Not a humble task disdaining,<br>
Let me face the summons calmly<br>
When death beckons me away. </p>
<hr>
<p>WORDS MISSING:</p>
<p>{list of singers/bands: <a href="https://secondhandsongs.com/work/68799/all">https://secondhandsongs.com/work/68799/all</a>}</p>
<p>It is too-bad that, in all of the versions I have listened-to so far {Campbell; Lynn; Campbell & Gentry; Miller; Statler Brothers; Oak Ridge Boys (not on that list)}, nobody is singing the final stanza. It has been said how, in many of the re-printings, that portion is just discarded. </p>
<p>I can only assume that it is because the last two-lines could bring a sadness. Lynn’s version of the music is the only I know of at the moment which is fast-enough for it to be “ruined” if those words were there. All the others I heard are rather-slow and not uplifting to me {and, if they did have that complete stanza, it would have not helped}. </p>
<p>I like the cute “completer” part; especially, that would have been welcome to hear from Lynn’s singing. Also, replacing the last-line as “when the Lord beckons my way” is how I would have written it to be sung.</p>
<hr>
<p>RECORD-OBTAINED:</p>
<p>So, it was delightful that on the 8th, I happened-upon a record store and inquired about the album of Lynn’s COAL MINER’S DAUGHTER from 1970. It actually happened to be there among the new {to the store} releases.</p>
<p>I have not played the LP yet, only the MP3-file of the tune I captured from a video. There was a change in “let me serve a little better” to “harder”. Also, “those that I am striving for” to “for those I’m striving for”. It is okay, but I would have enjoyed if she had said “to the sister that is weaker” instead of “brother”; I remember that I was actually expecting that once.</p>
<p>I am new to her and have no-idea what the other tunes will be like.<br>
Getting this now was unexpected and cheered me up today. I find it<br>
cool how a sudden-thing you might look for is discovered!</p>
<hr>
<p>ANOTHER’S RECORD:</p>
<p>Here is someone’s nice video/scene of a record playing the tune. My record is not blue and the cover is the same design … but not-with any vibrant colours … so, this may be a release not from American. I actually do not detect it as a live recording, but an MP3 overlapping the video {it would have been soothing to here any birds and sounds of nature}. The song is on the third-track, so the needle does-look in the correct spot, however.</p>
<p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HMg5ER6zJk8">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HMg5ER6zJk8</a></p>
<hr>
<p>TIME FOR KARAOKE:</p>
<p>I should have this page updated sometime with video of the new-to-me record playing the tune {not in nature, though}. Meanwhile, here is my karaoke-effect version that turned-out better than some others songs I tried. It is from an MP3-file and I sped it up, too. This all gives a different-experience; I like how I could hear more of the instruments and only the different-pitch of the guys in the background. </p>
<p><a href="https://www.bitchute.com/video/TWoWrepXhJTO/">https://www.bitchute.com/video/TWoWrepXhJTO/</a></p>
<hr>
<p>LAST, I PRESENT A NEVER-BEFORE-PRINTED STANZA:</p>
<p>Let me be a little “crazy”<br>
foiling business that is lazy;<br>
Let me prose beyond this entry …<br>
with some hope for those astray.<br>
Let folks learn the way they wanna<br>
{without drugs that make some “mental”};<br>
Let them free from the controllers …<br>
who just strive to have their way.</p>
<p>Let us know there are some patients …<br>
hindered by psychiatry. </p>
<p><a href="https://mindmadeup.svbtle.com/14th-january-2017-behavioural-health-">https://mindmadeup.svbtle.com/14th-january-2017-behavioural-health-</a><br>
program-charged</p>
<hr>
<p>{excluding Guest’s poem}<br>
<strong><p style="text-align:center;">Copyright © 2022 Dee Essem/MIND MADE UP</p></strong> </p>
tag:mindmadeup.svbtle.com,2014:Post/corking-books-that-degrade-psychiatry
2021-10-06T12:37:21-07:00
2021-10-06T12:37:21-07:00
CORKING BOOKS THAT DEGRADE PSYCHIATRY
<p>Nerds are cool.<br>
I speak of people, as well as the classic {Willy} Wonka candies.</p>
<p>Books are cool.<br>
All those lines that make letters which form sentences<br>
that form, hopefully, coherent statements that progress<br>
in telling a story or idea? Writing can be awesome!</p>
<hr>
<p>I am glad there are more and more decent books available to<br>
help expose the frequent-wrongs that are psychiatry/social work.</p>
<p>I am a bookworm and now, free of psychiatry and brain-debilitating<br>
psychiatric drugs {anticonvulsants}, am able to understand my lot<br>
better … and, eventually create my own!</p>
<hr>
<p>Here’s some from the collection I have …</p>
<ul>
<li>Psychoheresy</li>
<li>Your Drug May Be Your Problem {Breggin}</li>
<li>Medication Madness</li>
<li>Making Us Crazy</li>
<li>Auntie Psychiatry {anonymous}</li>
</ul>
<p>Be a bookworm of info critical of psychiatry. You may be saving your life.</p>
<hr>
<p>Of great interest to me, definitely, is how <em>I have never read a full one of those books</em>. Hardly even a few pages. Did that surprise you and wonder why? <em>Mostly because I see now that my anticonvulsants were neurologically messing me up.</em> It was uncomfortable even trying to read much when you know you are taking forever to understand and not even knowing if you are understanding.</p>
<hr>
<p>I hope this blog is a corking one, too, that helps you<br>
in your journey away from the psychiatry mindset.</p>
<p><strong><p style="text-align:center;">Copyright © 2021 Dee Essem/MIND MADE UP</p></strong></p>
tag:mindmadeup.svbtle.com,2014:Post/9-11-time-to-party
2021-09-11T06:20:35-07:00
2021-09-11T06:20:35-07:00
"9/11" - time to party?
<p>So, we are at the 20th anniversary of the truthfulness-still-debated-by-some hijackings of jets that crashed into various buildings in New York City and another into the Pentagon-building.</p>
<p>I heard in a talk this morning on the WHYY news-radio how this is a day of rememberance … and that there were going to be “celebrations” today.<br>
Was that a slip of the tongue? There were no attempts to correct, so I doubt it; we have just really-lame writing/preperation and another example {thought smaller} of why I do not care for the broadcasting of news.</p>
<p>Seriously, do you believe there will not-be <em>any</em> people enjoying foods and music excessively? Of course, there will be folks wanting to have company/<br>
something to do during the pandemic-situation. Combined with the day being on a weekend, it will be seen by many as a second “Labor Day” and<br>
a mere time to “party”.</p>
<p>I had no interest in a gathering; it would not seem decent to me. This is not a bloody-holiday or something where thoughts of the occurence bring happiness.</p>
<p>Are your conglomerations today containing anything respectful/honorable, or are you just having fun?</p>
<p>I asked my ma about her-take on it and she agreed. Later in the call, she told me of fireworks going-on around her place and offered how, for example, people usually have moments of silence. We do not know the mindset of the individual using those pyrotechnics, so it could have been<br>
“in memory” of someone they actually knew from the day, but as for those setting-up huge events today?</p>
<p>Tying into psychiatry/ology, which easily comes to me and what I like to do,<br>
consider your possible-time in “behavioural health” or with any such-facilty or individual. Are you being respected as a patient? Is the “therapist” or business’ paperwork on you showing honor in honesty … or does it seem that your personhood being hijacked?</p>
tag:mindmadeup.svbtle.com,2014:Post/poetry-pause-snowman-created-in-the-system
2021-07-19T07:42:42-07:00
2021-07-19T07:42:42-07:00
POETRY-PAUSE: *SNOWMAN* {CREATED IN THE SYSTEM}
<p>So, it is “Christmas in July” as some say {though I do not know anything about the reason for it}. This was almost-ready last winter and I do not want to wait months for it to be here.</p>
<hr>
<p>It was a wintery-time of a year, but I do not have this written and cannot recall the exact-day I wrote this in a group at the non-“Helping Hand”.</p>
<p>A task asked of us was to take the word SNOWMAN and make a poem<br>
where each line began with the first letter of the word. </p>
<p>I do remember just doing it rather-quickly and reading it outloud.<br>
Caseworker Brandi said something of surprise/approval, but I forget<br>
exactly what … but she seemed to like it.</p>
<hr>
<p>Stand around and<br>
Notice me!<br>
Our time together wanes.<br>
Warmth is nice …<br>
Month is not …<br>
And soon, I’ll be<br>
Nearer to rain.</p>
<p>{so, warmth of people enjoying snowman-me is nice; the warmth of the month is not, for I will become the appearance of rain}</p>
<p>Oh, I think that was pretty-creative and I am surprised I remember it!</p>
<hr>
<p>Here in 2021, it is time for a followup.</p>
<p>Suppose the system<br>
Never caused rain from eyes<br>
Of this patient who almost turned-late?<br>
When caseworker women or<br>
Men who care-not<br>
As much as God … and <br>
Nothingly appreciate?</p>
<p><strong><p style="text-align:center;">Copyright © 2021 Dee Essem/MIND MADE UP</p></strong></p>
tag:mindmadeup.svbtle.com,2014:Post/dee-re-posts-psychiatry-as-social-control-by-don-weitz
2021-05-28T20:19:10-07:00
2021-05-28T20:19:10-07:00
[DEE RE-POSTS] "PSYCHIATRY AS SOCIAL CONTROL" by Don Weitz
<p>The psychiatric system, called by the common euphemism “mental health <br>
system” is not and never was a system of health or healing - it’s a system of social control based not on ‘medical science’ but on what shock survivor/activist/author Leonard Roy Frank aptly calls psychiatry’s 3Fs:<br>
force, fear and fraud.</p>
<hr>
<p>FRAUD</p>
<p>Psychiatrists routinely label dissident citizens with pseudo-medical <br>
diagnoses as if they are real diseases or brain disorders. As dissident <br>
psychiatrist Thomas Szasz and other critics have frequently explained, <br>
“mental illness” is a myth, a metaphor for common personal crises or <br>
emotional problems in our lives. Psychiatry, particularly the American <br>
Psychiatric Association, has illogically pathologized them as “mental <br>
disorders”. In medicine, “cellular pathology” is the only criterion of disease, <br>
yet psychiatry has never proved the existence of such pathology, never <br>
produced scientific evidence of any disease process or “chemical imbalance” in the brain for “schizophrenia”, ‘bipolar mood disorder", “personality disorder”, “attention deficit hyperactivity disorder/ADHD” - <br>
to name a few of over 300 labels in psychiatry’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM IV). Further, auditory and visual hallucinations (visions, unusual perceptual experiences) and delusions (false or irrational beliefs) may be disturbing, but they are not “symptoms of mental illness” or “mental disorder”. The DSM’s descriptions of symptoms or criteria of mental disorders are extremely vague and pejorative, they read like negative moral judgments or character assassinations. Labeling a person “mentally ill” because he/she may appear “crazy”, “insane” or irrational, the labeler then feels justified in demanding involuntary committal and forced treatment; e.g.,administering drugs and electroshock (“ECT”) without informed consent. If there is no “mental illness”, there is no legal or ethical basis for treatment. Nevertheless, this medical fraud and quackery continue under the guise of “mental health”.</p>
<hr>
<p>FORCE</p>
<p>Psychiatrists use the police powers of the state to lock up citizens against <br>
their will and deny them their legal rights including the right to a public <br>
hearing or court trial before loss of freedom. It’s called “involuntary <br>
committal”; unfortunately it’s legal and enshrined in all mental health <br>
legislation in Canada, the United States, the UK and other European <br>
countries. Involuntary committal is a form of preventive detention; in the <br>
Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms it’s prohibited as “arbitrary <br>
detention”. After psychiatrists label citizens in personal crisis “mentally<br>
ill”, “psychotic” or “schizophrenic”, they deny them freedom and other human <br>
rights (“privileges”) – simply on the belief or suspicion they may be dangerous to themselves and/or other people. It’s all subjective but legal. Locking up people on the belief they may be dangerous and without a prior court trial or public hearing is a serious violation of international law and <br>
human rights. “Mental health patients" are treated like prisoners – forbidden to leave the locked wards without permission or “privileges” which in fact are human rights, and forced to submit to brain-damaging procedures such as heavy doses of neuroleptics (“antipsychotics”), antidepressants, and/or <br>
electroshock (“ECT”), which they typically experience as punishment, <br>
cruelty, or torture. Psychiatrists are legally authorized to use force for “the <br>
patient’s own good” - a clear violation of the dictum “First do no harm<br>
in the Hippocratic Oath.” Forced treatment is an oxymoron. Use of force in <br>
psychiatry includes involuntary committal, community treatment orders, <br>
forced drugging, electroshock, physical restraints, 'seclusion’ (solitary<br>
confinement), threats and intimidation - elements of social control, not <br>
treatment. Psychiatric drugs (“medication”) - particularly megadoses of mind-<br>
numbing antidepressants and neuroleptics and memory-destroying, brain<br>
-damaging shock treatments (“ECT”) are feared weapons that psychiatrists use as threats or “special treatment” to enforce patient compliance. If none of these “safe and effective treatments” works, there are always physical restraints and ‘seclusion’; they exist on virtually every psychiatric ward for dealing with “unmanageable”, “uncontrollable”, or “non-compliant” patients. The physical restraint process involves tying or strapping the patient to the bed in 2-point or 4-point restraints (usually leather cuffs) which quickly achieves immobility, powerlessness, total control. Restrained for many hours or days, the patient is forced to remain almost motionless on his or her back in a spread-eagle position with both wrists and/or ankles securely tied to the bed. During testimony at the 2008 inquest into the horrific, totally preventable death of 34-year-old Jeffrey James on July 13, 2005, we learned that psychiatrists had immobilized him in 4-point restraints for 5 ½ <br>
consecutive days while locked up in Toronto’s “Centre for Addiction and <br>
Mental Health” (CAMH). In a 1998 series of investigative reports titled <br>
“Deadly Restraint” in The Hartford Journal, reporters uncovered hundreds <br>
of restraint deaths in the United States; in Canada, probably many such <br>
deaths have been unreported, not investigated or covered up. Not surprising since under the Ontario government’s Coroner’s Act, investigations into deaths of hospitalized psychiatric patients are “discretionary” or not mandatory, yet mandatory for prisoner deaths. There’s also “seclusion” or “locked seclusion”, a form of sensory deprivation or solitary confinement that exists on every psychiatric ward, it’s reserved for allegedly “violent” or “out-of control” patients. Prisoners call it ‘the hole’.</p>
<hr>
<p>FEAR/TERROR</p>
<p>Terror acts powerfully on the body, through the medium of the mind, and should be employed in the cure of madness…FEAR, accompanied with PAIN, and a sense of SHAME, has sometimes cured this disease. - Benjamin Rush, M.D., Medical Inquiries and Observations Upon the Diseases of the <br>
Mind, 2nd ed, 1818, ‘father’ of the American Psychiatric Association <br>
In the “mental health” system, fear, terror and threat of violence are <br>
endemic, they’re everywhere, you can almost taste and smell them on every <br>
psychiatric ward and in the hallways of every psychiatric facility. Fear is <br>
immediately triggered when a psychiatrist tells you you’re not going home <br>
soon, you’re going to be “sedated” with one or more “antipsychotics” (brain-<br>
damaging neuroleptic drugs), or an antidepressant. Although both classes of drugs not only drive you crazy or “psychotic” but also cause memory loss and brain damage, psychiatrists generally do not inform their patients of these common and traumatic effects - minimized as “side effects”. Since <br>
psychiatrists routinely fail to explain to patients what the immediate or long-<br>
term effects of the drug(s) and electroshock (“ECT”) are, virtually everyone <br>
is understandably afraid, terrified. As a ‘patient’, you’re also not told when <br>
you are “well enough” or “ready” to be released - that’s totally up to your <br>
psychiatrist or “the treatment team” - you have no influence or control over <br>
this fateful decision. To be afraid or terror-stricken on a psychiatric ward is <br>
par for the course. For example, while locked up for 15 months in McLean <br>
Hospital in the 1950s, I was almost constantly afraid and anxious. I didn’t <br>
know I would be subjected to insulin shock, electroshock or both – the psychiatrist never informed or explained subcoma insulin shock to me, an <br>
obvious and common violation of the “legal right to informed consent” and <br>
medical ethics. Also, no psychiatrist informed me when I would be released <br>
until a few days or a week before the actual day. In psychiatry, keeping the <br>
patient uncertain, vulnerable, powerless, and fearful was and still is an <br>
essential part of “treatment”.</p>
<p>Let’s get real. Psychiatry is not medicine or “medical science – it’s<br>
fraud in the service of social control.</p>
<hr>
<p>(Don Weitz is an anti-psychiatry activist, co-editor of “Shrink Resistant: the struggle against psychiatry in Canada”, and executive member of the Coalition Against Psychiatric Assault).</p>
tag:mindmadeup.svbtle.com,2014:Post/research-paper-spectral-dynamics
2021-04-11T19:17:55-07:00
2021-04-11T19:17:55-07:00
RESEARCH PAPER: SPECTRAL DYNAMICS
<pre><code class="prettyprint"> SPECTRAL DYNAMICS
Richard "Dick" McNutt
</code></pre>
<p>Abstract. Let <em>α̃</em> be an equation. It was Klein who first asked whether positive, conditionally holomorphic random variables can be classified. We show that <em>y(ΨΣ,T )>y</em>. The groundbreaking work of R. Monge on solvable sets was a major advance. On the other hand, it is not yet known whether <em>G̃</em> is Turing, although [39] does address the issue of existence.</p>
<hr>
<ol>
<li>Introduction</li>
</ol>
<p>Is it possible to extend ultra-extrinsic, countably covariant, generic equations? The work in [44] did not consider the Γ-Möbius case. This could shed important light on a conjecture of Russell. T. R. Brown [44, 46] improved upon the results of Z. Anderson by deriving Noether scalars. So in [3], the main result was the description of maximal categories. The work in [16] did not consider the ultra-stochastically infinite, right-stochastic case. Unfortunately, we cannot assume that <em>R̃ > 1</em>. The groundbreaking work of P. Maruyama on invertible paths was a major advance. In future work,<br>
we plan to address questions of degeneracy as well as surjectivity. In [39], the authors examined pseudo-Taylor elements.</p>
<p>The goal of the present article is to classify universal categories. A central problem in hyperbolic operator theory is the description of differentiable graphs. Next, it would be interesting to apply the techniques of [14] to complex triangles. Unfortunately, we cannot assume that <em>W"</em> is invariant under <em>DΣ</em>. Recent developments in absolute K-theory [1, 17] have raised the question of whether there exists a Noetherian, positive, hyper-complex and universal surjective, quasi-locally bijective modulus. H. Chebyshev [46] improved upon the results of Richard McNutt by deriving homeomorphisms.</p>
<p>Equally, the goal of the present article is to characterize freely local lines. In [46], it is shown that <em>P̂ (p) ⊂ ∞</em>. So this could shed important light on a con-<br>
jecture of Kolmogorov. In [39], the authors address the regularity of pseudo-Maxwell, local, complete sets under the additional assumption that</p>
<p><a href="https://svbtleusercontent.com/hJjTH5uCxRxiqE9uTAEF6g0xspap.jpg"><img src="https://svbtleusercontent.com/hJjTH5uCxRxiqE9uTAEF6g0xspap_small.jpg" alt="1.jpg"></a></p>
<p>A useful survey of the subject can be found in [17]. In this setting, the ability to extend bounded arrows is essential. We wish to extend the results of [44, 29] to universal, affine polytopes.</p>
<p>X. Selberg’s description of parabolic, universally quasi-Sylvester, quasi-holomorphic functionals was a milestone in real combinatorics. Moreover,<br>
it is well known that</p>
<p><a href="https://svbtleusercontent.com/x66TWUwfegNiHAHd7X2MPW0xspap.jpg"><img src="https://svbtleusercontent.com/x66TWUwfegNiHAHd7X2MPW0xspap_small.jpg" alt="1.jpg"></a></p>
<p>This leaves open the question of uniqueness. In [19], the authors constructed subrings. A central problem in real knot theory is the derivation of ideals. In this context, the results of [23] are highly relevant.</p>
<hr>
<ol>
<li>Main Result</li>
</ol>
<p>Definition 2.1. Let <em>||Mk ∈ O’</em>. A subgroup is an arrow if it is reversible and super-trivially Clairaut.</p>
<p>Definition 2.2. Let <em>x̄</em> be a countable element equipped with a simply generic vector. We say an universally contra-parabolic, invertible, co-regular subalgebra acting countably on a nonnegative ring <em>λ</em> is Napier if it is conditionally quasi-minimal.</p>
<p>Every student is aware that <em>d ≤ 1</em>. Next, this reduces the results of [43] to results of [19]. In contrast, in [10], the authors extended semi-Wiles, local domains. Now it was Deligne–Littlewood who first asked whether scalars can be derived. W. Y. Raman [24] improved upon the results of M. Zheng by describing monoids. Here, existence is trivially a concern.</p>
<p>Definition 2.3. Let us suppose we are given an embedded, completely algebraic, hyperbolic random variable Ω. An unique, non-analytically Euclidean topos is a subalgebra if it is hyperuncountable. We now<br>
state our main result.</p>
<p>Theorem 2.4. <em>tM ∼ 1</em>. In [21], the main result was the classification of Hausdorff, independent subsets. It is essential to consider that c may be almost invariant. A useful survey of the subject can be found in [21]. It<br>
has long been known that Λ̃ is contra-one-to-one [37]. Recently, there has been much interest in the extension of contravariant, tangential functors. In contrast, this reduces the results of [25] to the general theory. This leaves open the question of uniqueness.</p>
<hr>
<ol>
<li>Fundamental Properties of Negative Definite, Poincaré Primes</li>
</ol>
<p>Is it possible to compute sub-almost semi-admissible, Minkowski functors? The groundbreaking work of J. Nehru on functors was a major advance. It is not yet known whether <em>`0 (Y) ∼ ∞</em>, although [7] does address the issue of uniqueness. This reduces the results of [33] to a well-known result of de Moivre [42]. Thus it was Einstein who first asked whether sets can be computed. So it has long been known that <em>B (Z)</em> is ultra-algebraic and Fermat [35, 29, 27]. The work in [9] did not consider the completely unique case and the work in [17, 31] did not consider the conditionally right-Kepler case. Recent interest in almost surely Volterra arrows has centered on extending contravariant, universally real, Levi-Civita numbers. Moreover, in [38], the authors characterized composite, pointwise free, invariant factors.<br>
Let us assume we are given a Riemannian, unconditionally right-linear<br>
plane <em>X</em>.</p>
<p>Definition 3.1. A Smale ring acting pointwise on a Milnor hull <em>Z̃</em> is uncountable if Galileo’s criterion applies.</p>
<p>Definition 3.2. Let <em>D ≡ 1</em>. We say a monodromy <em>I</em> is Cardano if it is canonical.</p>
<p>Lemma 3.3. <em>There exists a hyper-n-dimensional and isometric left-admissible algebra equipped with an almost everywhere w-nonnegative, additive, linear factor.</em><br>
Proof. We follow [21]. Let us suppose we are given a trivially non-stable, globally compact curve <em>B’‘</em>. Clearly, <em>m ≤ e</em>. Moreover, <em>|ρ| = i</em>. Now if Pascal’s condition is satisfied then <em>ψ ≤ U(Jn)</em>. This clearly implies the result.</p>
<p>Lemma 3.4. *Let Z’‘ be a sub-Déscartes, nonnegative set. Then there exists a pairwise super-Serre–Noether, negative definite, semi-extrinsic and Kronecker semi-affine, elliptic subalgebra.<br>
Proof. See [38]. It has long been known that every embedded polytope is contra-null [21]. The goal of the present article is to characterize non-almost everywhere hyper-nonnegative, ultra-irreducible, integral functors. This could shed important light on a conjecture of Gauss. In [41], the main result was the extension of homomorphisms. In this setting, the ability to classify sub-infinite equations is essential. In [5], the authors derived morphisms.</p>
<hr>
<ol>
<li>The Derivation of Smooth, Analytically Maxwell, Stochastic Subsets</li>
</ol>
<p>It has long been known that <em>y ⊂ 0</em> [8]. In [45], the main result was the derivation of non-minimal functors. Therefore in [34], the authors examined finite, pairwise anti-Noetherian, locally closed domains. Is it possible to<br>
compute monodromies? It is also well-known that <em>k</em> is smaller than <em>D’</em>.<br>
The work in [32] did not consider the co-orthogonal case. This could shed important light on a conjecture of Brahmagupta. Next, we wish to extend the results of [43] to functionals. Recent interest in Eisenstein isomorphisms has centered on classifying Shannon groups. Hence in this context, the results of [11, 27, 4] are highly relevant. <em>Let us suppose every complete element is unconditionally smooth and Hamilton–Kolmogorov</em>.</p>
<p>Definition 4.1. Let <em>d < k</em> be arbitrary. We say an universal graph Q is singular if it is totally reducible.</p>
<p>Definition 4.2. A non-real plane <em>j’</em> is standard if <em>ε̂ > Z</em>.</p>
<p>Proposition 4.3. *Let us assume there exists a stochastic and co-locally<br>
√ Euclidean contra-locally nonnegative manifold equipped with an injective subgroup. Then J = √2.</p>
<p>Proposition 4.4. *Let g be a positive monoid. Then g = N1/2 [see 25].</p>
<p>Recent interest in elements has centered on computing invertible, unique, irreducible functionals. Hence recent interest in algebras has centered on computing Thompson, totally connected, Euclidean functionals. Every student is aware that <em>V</em> is compactly sub-complete and Riemannian.<br>
It would be interesting to apply the techniques of [2] to quasi-Serre groups. In this context, the results of [39] are highly relevant. Note how it was Legendre who first asked whether free primes can be examined. In [31, 12], it is shown that Clairaut’s conjecture is false in the context of sub-Brahmagupta, reducible topoi.</p>
<hr>
<ol>
<li>Applications to Uniqueness Methods</li>
</ol>
<p>The goal of the present article is to classify measurable homomorphisms. On the other hand, the work in [4] did not consider the Atiyah case. In [16], the authors address the countability of left-partial triangles under the additional assumption that <em>Sδ = Ξ</em>. In this setting, the ability to compute subgroups is essential. It would be interesting to apply the techniques of [27] to a trivially sub-invariant, Thompson, anti-universally parabolic domain.<br>
Let <em>E > 1</em> be arbitrary.</p>
<p>Definition 5.1. An universal scalar acting h-finitely on an universally Clairaut line <em>G̃</em> is Hadamard if <em>ξ = e</em>.</p>
<p>Definition 5.2. A naturally negative, quasi-contravariant, meager manifold l(∆) is Pappus if <em>m’‘</em> is elliptic.</p>
<p>Theorem 5.3. *Let α = −∞ be arbitrary. Let C be an arithmetic, universally co-nonnegative definite, pseudo-naturally natural system. Further, suppose we are given a linearly pseudo-meromorphic subset θ.<br>
Then −∞ = x D(X) , … , q (Q) *.</p>
<p>Proof. We follow [46]. It is easy to see that if <em>L</em> is semi-almost surely Thompson then <em>C ≤ f’‘</em>. Next, <em>α ≥ i</em>. On the other hand, <em>yβ,q</em> is comparable to <em>H(Z)</em>. Obviously, if <em>O(h)</em> is not smaller than r, then<br>
<em>V ≤ ||z||</em>. Moreover, if <em>H’‘</em> is not smaller than <em>O</em>, then <em>T̃ ≥ ℵ0</em>.<br>
Next, if Napier’s criterion applies, there exists a real non-discretely<br>
additive, commutative, complete path. Thus, if <em>N (H) → ℵ0</em>, every<br>
scalar is almost surely algebraic and sub-totally partial.</p>
<p>Let <em>w3 tpB̄ * be arbitrary. By standard techniques of topology, if *V</em> is<br>
less than <em>λ̄ *, then *kξk < G</em>. Subsequently, since <em>ι̂</em> is never-larger<br>
than <em>Φ</em>, the construct of <em>N ⊃ κ̃</em> is bound by <em>U</em>. We observe that<br>
<em>|S| → kZ k</em>. On the other hand, if <em>αν</em> is not distinct from <em>U</em>, then</p>
<p><a href="https://svbtleusercontent.com/sZPUuGCrNUG4sSLYMozCEU0xspap.jpg"><img src="https://svbtleusercontent.com/sZPUuGCrNUG4sSLYMozCEU0xspap_small.jpg" alt="f.jpg"></a></p>
<p>Moreover, when <em>µL,γ</em> is not greater than <em>p’‘</em> then <em>F̂ * is Artinian<br>
and anti-combinatorially Artinion. Thus, if *Rψ</em> is equivalent to <em>Ĥ *, then<br>
*cC < ∞</em>. Hence <em>v̄ < 2</em>. This completes the proof.</p>
<p>Proposition 5.4. <em>Let |W| ≡ b. Assume tζ,t is not isomorphic to q.<br>
Then ū > fξ</em>.<br>
Proof. The essential idea is that * f̃ = eΞ<em>. Suppose we are given a linearly Klein scalar *f</em>. We observe that if <em>ϕ</em> is smaller than <em>v</em>, the Riemann hypothesis holds. Clearly, if <em>α</em> is distinct from <em>π</em>, we note <em>L → 0</em>.<br>
Since Borel’s conjecture is true in the context of continuously admissible, meromorphic, Σ-embedded planes, if â is simply nonnegative then</p>
<p><a href="https://svbtleusercontent.com/eHbBSw9WhEbEg8B5ynpecR0xspap.jpg"><img src="https://svbtleusercontent.com/eHbBSw9WhEbEg8B5ynpecR0xspap_small.jpg" alt="fart.jpg"></a></p>
<p>Trivially, <em>Y˜ > k’</em> . Moreover, if <em>L</em> is hyper-analytically tangential and globally arithmetic, then every set is unique.</p>
<p>By convergence, every Newton class is non-continuous. So K’‘ (Mh,∆ ) ∼ ν̃.<br>
Continuing with that line of though, if Ω is Cauchy and hyper-complex, then</p>
<p><a href="https://svbtleusercontent.com/2AUY4ri68LPQ1v4i8ShRNg0xspap.jpg"><img src="https://svbtleusercontent.com/2AUY4ri68LPQ1v4i8ShRNg0xspap_small.jpg" alt="fart.jpg"></a></p>
<p>On the other hand, <em>ρ̄ is distinct from F</em>. Next, <em>Θ1 → χ · h</em>. Now, <em>p ≥ √2</em>.<br>
Of course, <em>H˜ > ℵ0</em>. We observe that there exists a Brahmagupta, parabolic, invariant and prime countably bijective hull. Moreover, <em>w ≡ R</em>.<br>
One can easily see that <em>g(f`,M ) ≡ ℵ0</em> and, subsequently, <em>Σ ≤ L</em>.</p>
<p>In contrast, consider</p>
<p><a href="https://svbtleusercontent.com/bYLSaikKtKcj6NFjakTGjY0xspap.jpg"><img src="https://svbtleusercontent.com/bYLSaikKtKcj6NFjakTGjY0xspap_small.jpg" alt="fartttjpg.jpg"></a></p>
<p>Moreover, if <em>C</em> is covariant and pseudo-symmetric, then <em>−V ∼ −0</em>.<br>
Trivially, there exists a rightstochastic and injective sub-countable subset. Thus, when <em>f</em> presents as equilateral to Grothendieck, all pairwise partial, projective, and universally complex-morphism is an anti-multiply injective, discretely-partial, righttangential and non-everywhere projective.</p>
<p>Let us assume we are given a topological space <em>z</em>. By connectedness, Markov’s conjecture is true in the context of trivially hyper-bounded curves. Next, if <em>P</em> is Borel–Weierstrass, then there exists a naturally and degen-<br>
rate/countable arrow. Since <em>b ≠ i</em>, and continuously n-dimensional, then</p>
<p><a href="https://svbtleusercontent.com/v7cS148TeymaXAk2qjLq1W0xspap.jpg"><img src="https://svbtleusercontent.com/v7cS148TeymaXAk2qjLq1W0xspap_small.jpg" alt="fare.jpg"></a></p>
<p>By the general theory: when <em>N</em> is greater than <em>QK ,B</em>, the <em>Q</em><br>
is isomorphic to <em>f</em>. The result is a Grothendieck contradiction.</p>
<p>Recently, there has been much interest in the characterization of contra-Banach monoids. This leaves open the question of maximality. Therefore,<br>
in [35], the main-result was the description of Russell subgroups. It is well known that Wiener’s criterion applies. So a useful survey of the subject<br>
can be found in [37]. This could shed important light on a conjecture of<br>
von Neumann.</p>
<p>In this context, the results of [18, 20] are highly relevant.<br>
It is not yet known whether</p>
<p><a href="https://svbtleusercontent.com/6wDRF7BZ2794BYQCP7g1At0xspap.jpg"><img src="https://svbtleusercontent.com/6wDRF7BZ2794BYQCP7g1At0xspap_small.jpg" alt="fare.jpg"></a></p>
<p>although [13, 30, 28] does address the issue of uniqueness. In this setting, the ability to compute right-globally multiplicative, Wiener–Hadamard functors is essential. Next, it was Pólya who first asked whether monodromies can be characterized.</p>
<hr>
<ol>
<li>Conclusion</li>
</ol>
<p>In [36], the main result was the derivation of ultra-completely co-Weierstrass random variables. The goal of the present paper is to derive random variables. Every student is aware that every graph is symmetric and Ramanujan. Moreover, it is not yet known whether Poincaré’s condition is<br>
satisfied, although [40] does address the issue of naturality. In contrast, this could shed important light on a conjecture of Abel–Volterra.</p>
<p>Conjecture 6.1. <em>D ∨ ℵ0 ≤ log−1 C ®</em>.</p>
<p>It has long been known that <em>ml,W ≤ Z̃</em> [22]. Now unfortunately, we cannot assume that Klein’s condition is satisfied. Similarly, we cannot assume that<br>
<em>D ⊃ −∞</em>. Next, this reduces the results of [26] to a little-known result of Pappus [17]. In [6], the authors address the structure of hulls under the additional assumption that <em>O</em> is a semi-analytically Artinian, real, Brouwer and contra-locally non-meager.</p>
<p>Conjecture 6.2. *Let F̃ ⊂ U . Assume |v| = Γ0. Further, let δM,s be a normal isomorphism. Then</p>
<p><a href="https://svbtleusercontent.com/jsNRwpC139Ru63H4HrntUa0xspap.jpg"><img src="https://svbtleusercontent.com/jsNRwpC139Ru63H4HrntUa0xspap_small.jpg" alt="fare.jpg"></a></p>
<p>Recent developments in algebraic probability [18] have raised the question of whether every infinite, co-bijective, naturally ultra-Brahmagupta function acting linearly on a hyper-simply pseudo-Noetherian path is unconditionally smooth and Cardano. B. Thomas [17] improved upon the results of R. Harris by studying everywhere anti-canonical, almost everywhere integral moduli. In [15], it is shown that <em>Jg,b</em> is not homeomorphic to <em>i’‘</em>.</p>
<p>In future work, we plan to address questions of countability/uniqueness<br>
as well as invariance as well as ellipticity.</p>
<hr>
<hr>
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{2} H. Borel, O. Jackson, and V. Robinson. A Beginner’s Guide to Discrete Graph Theory. Oxford University Press, 2017.<br>
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<hr>
<p>THE PRECEEDING WAS UTTERLY-WITH STUFF THAT SOUNDED<br>
DEEP, BUT WAS LIKE WEAK AND TRICKY PSYCHIATRY/OLOGY</p>
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2021-02-03T00:10:57-08:00
{I RE-POST} "FIVE LIES PSYCHIATRY TELLS FOR POWER AND PROFIT" by Mike Bundrant
<p>this is the majority of a 2013 article at <br>
<a href="https://www.naturalnews.com/039915_psychiatry_lies_mood_disorders.html">https://www.naturalnews.com/039915_psychiatry_lies_mood_disorders.html</a></p>
<hr>
<ol>
<li>Poor moods are caused by chemical imbalances</li>
</ol>
<p>These chemical imbalances are profitable for doctors who tell you they have the antidote, the pill that will put your brain back in balance. The problem is, there is no such thing as a chemical imbalance that creates a poor mood. At least there is not one shred of evidence to back this idea.</p>
<p>Put it this way: You lose your job. You feel discouraged. Is the discouragement caused by a chemical imbalance or by your response to this unfortunate event and the perception of an uncertain future? Is the remedy a pill or a new job?</p>
<p>You get into a car wreck. You feel anxious while driving after that. Is the anxiety caused by a chemical imbalance? Is the remedy a pill, or to learn to reconcile the trauma that rests in your mind?</p>
<p>Where is the evidence that chemical imbalances cause poor moods?</p>
<ol>
<li>Psychiatrists are trained in mental health</li>
</ol>
<p>Mental health is a vast field, filled with models of human relations and subjective experience. In mental health, we create models of thinking and relating in order to improve the prospect of happiness.</p>
<p>Psychiatry is based on the medical model. The assumption is NOT that people need to learn skills, but take pills. There is no mental health in this. Psychiatrists have ZERO training in mental health.</p>
<ol>
<li>Normal feelings are disorders</li>
</ol>
<p>Psychiatry is succeeding on a large scale in convincing people that there normal human feelings are wrong - disorders. When you feel down, especially for more than two weeks, you must have major depressive disorder. If you child is super active and creative, he must be ADHD.</p>
<p>In fact, I challenge you to find any normal human emotional challenge that is not labeled as a disorder in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual, the psychiatric bible.</p>
<ol>
<li>Pills are the solution</li>
</ol>
<p>If you listen to average people talk these days, you’ll hear it. When poor moods or misbehaved children are discussed, doctors and pills are discussed.</p>
<p>“I’ve been feeling down lately. I wonder if I have some sort of chemical imbalance. I should see if my doctor can give me something for it.”</p>
<ol>
<li>doctors are the ‘go to’ people for emotional angst</li>
</ol>
<p>Family doctors and psychiatrists are branding themselves as the “go to” people for mental health concerns. A shocking number of non-psychiatric family doctors prescribe for mental health concerns - 59% of anti-depressants prescribed in the US are prescribed by family doctors, 75% with no formal diagnosis.</p>
<p>{<a href="https://www.reuters.com/article/2009/09/30/drugs-mental-idUSN2550402220090930">https://www.reuters.com/article/2009/09/30/drugs-mental-idUSN2550402220090930</a>}</p>
<p>Want a pill? Here’s a pill. Make your co-pay in the way out. This is how we treat mental illness today.</p>
<p>Where psychiatry lacks in honesty, it makes up for in marketing. You’ve got to give that to them. They are succeeding in convincing the world that psychiatry is the solution to mental anguish.</p>
<p>I wonder what a psychiatric society would look like? If psychiatry ultimately gets what it wants - total domination over emotional life - what would that look like?</p>
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2021-01-01T00:05:11-08:00
2021-01-01T00:05:11-08:00
END O' 2020: NO BIG DEAL
<p>58 minutes inside the final-hour of the year.</p>
<p>The remnants of this rotten year {actually, not that rotten,<br>
but it is what some people think because of the pandemic<br>
and the extent it made things different to them}.</p>
<p>The following punctuation will be the last thing done at the end of 2020.</p>
<p>There it goes … never again will I be able to put a period in<br>
a sentence in 2020. Oh, my!</p>
<hr>
<p>Wow.<br>
2021.</p>
<p>feels the same …</p>
<p>Actually, 2021 has been around before …<br>
n’ every <em>day</em> is always a start of a new year</p>
<p>‘tis nothing special {just like psychiatry}</p>
<p><strong><p style="text-align:center;">Copyright © 2020-21 Dee Essem/MIND MADE UP</p></strong></p>
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2020-12-14T19:56:42-08:00
NOT ALL "ANTI-PSYCHIATRY" {PART 2}
<p>I would say that, for almost everything, nobody needs to<br>
be pro-psychiatry.</p>
<p>Those who understand their experiences as an event helping them,<br>
<em>it did</em>. They are wrong to recommend it for everybody just like I am<br>
wrong if I say <em>nobody</em> should give it the light of day.</p>
<p>I, however, despise it and will never promote it;<br>
its ways have convinced of its harm and inefficacy.</p>
<p>That does not make me “wrong”.<br>
Loving it does not make you “right”.</p>
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<p>Wanting to be led by psychiatry is a lifestyle for some.<br>
It is what many believe they need to survive. It is not<br>
the answer for all and you may have too-much faith in<br>
whatever it is that it does — while not being aware of<br>
the enormous-amount that it does not.</p>
<p>You may have your own experiences in life about it.<br>
We can tell experiences and let others decide a worth.</p>
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<p>So, I am personally against hearing all advice and ideas from anybody in psychiatry or psychology because <em>those practices sickened my “mind”</em><br>
{cause discomfiture of my soul}. I have nothing to gain but angst if I<br>
associate with a business that has a big-history of harm and fraud {which continues today}. I know it is harmful for me and I do not like it, so any attempts to even recommend it to me are harmful and a waste. It does not<br>
matter if others are “trying to help” … that act of trying is a failure.</p>
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<p>Since I have experienced the worst of it, it is being “anti-psychiatry” all the<br>
way for <em>me</em> for the rest of my life. Early on, I see that it was always in my<br>
mind, though I did not realize that I was <em>allowed to accept it</em>.</p>
<p>I will never seek it to deal with how it hurt, will always fight against it being foisted upon me, and never would encourage anybody to get its “help”<br>
because I do not know it ever would be. I am not about harming others! I<br>
am more for <em>people</em> and their capabilities and helping people know facts.<br>
People need <em>honest</em> encouragement; that is lacking in many “mental health” systems, noticed during my unfortunate experiences with them.</p>
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<p>People do not need to mold-themselves according to the standards of humanistic psychiatry in order to exist. Friends have been better for me and my wellness and self-understanding. One does not absolutely have to get psychiatry “help” in order to be helped.</p>
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<p>I have not gained anything but increased trauma from psychiatry/ology.<br>
It is not good for my spirit to be involved with anything from them since<br>
<em>I have experienced enough and like myself and life without</em>.</p>
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<p>Few psychs get it: they are doing a disservice if not striving to<br>
encourage the patients how they can better themselves <em>from<br>
themselves</em>.</p>
<p>Minimal-guidance, and definitely nothing forced, is what is missing.</p>
<p>You are an individual who can determine what is or is not personally<br>
helpful; do not think that only others dealing with the “mind” are<br>
always correct {or certainly more-so}.</p>
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<p>So, again, neither the entirety of pro/anti are right for<br>
the masses just because either position thinks-so based<br>
on what they analyzed. Whatever your stance, can you<br>
recognize an opposite exists correctly for <em>some</em>?</p>
<p>I am one who does.<br>
I am here despite psychiatry’s interruptions.</p>
<p>UPDATE: 4th July, 2021 - removed a couple of small lines that seem out-of-place; they will be in a new/upcoming topic</p>
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