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Psychiatry is one ugly big bag of...

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Extra Large
9.4" x 14.0"
Large
5.7" x 8.5"
Medium
3.7" x 5.5"
Small
2.7" x 4.0"

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  • Removable, individually die-cut vinyl
  • Ideal for smooth flat surfaces like laptops, journals, windows, walls etc.
  • 1/8th" / 3.2mm white border around each design
  • 50% discount on 6+ Small stickers

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Artist's Description

Before you jump to defend the ‘industry of death,’ I must remind you that I have been tortured by this industry. I have never committed a crime and have always stipulated that I have ‘a right to seek alternative treatments.’ Yet again and again over a 14 year period, psychiatry has injected me with chemicals that have caused extreme pain both physically and mentally. They never check for allergies. They never even check for prior legal complaints about a given drug.

It is not okay to force people to take drugs that mean they die twenty years younger than the rest of the population. It is not okay to harm people so horrifically they sustain horrible disfigurements from this abuse. It is also not okay to lie to the public about drugs being ‘safe’ when even the drug companies place warnings of the effects in fine print.

And it is really not okay to doom someone who is trying to recover from trauma by calling them, ‘diseased’ as psychiatry does. Trauma is not a disease and nor are a person’s coping mechanisms such as hearing voices and separating parts of the self, anymore than escaping from reality into a parallel symbolic thought plane. These are ways of coping. Yes, it is annoying that the person you once knew is at the moment, not able to do all the things they used to do, or no longer following your demands, or making sense to you… but if you really cared about them, then, you’d allow them to recover, rather than be ‘managed’ by psychiatry like they’re some potential criminal. Once they’re recovered, they can go back to meeting your needs, if they are reasonable.

for more info visit http://www.notachemicalimbalance.blogspot.com

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