Wednesday, May 11, 2016

#Undiagnosed day

*Disclaimer A*

Please take a moment to observe #‎UndiagnosedDay. There are many out there still suffering. I have a diagnosis (actually, three) but I nearly killed myself fighting for it. I feel badly for all those out there still suffering without theirs, it's an awful experience.

To feel sick and be so debilitated, it's getting worse, and you're not being acknowledged, in fact being criticized further - as your abilities dwindle, and this can affect your mental health - you cannot reach the bar anymore but you get disdain instead of understanding. You get depressed, frustrated, angry, some go downright cuckoo and have mental breakdowns - and then further criticized, further treated like some kind of shame, some kind of criminal. Even by your own family sometimes!

We should not have to fight like this to be acknowledged, to then often get psych-affected and be further scapegoated via the medical systems' big fat, and powerful "victim-blame-train"...and you know what; It's nothing to do with us being crazy or liars. It's about them and their shortcomings, and their cowardly "solution" to evade responsibility. That's what it's really about.

I suppose a few bad apples have ruined it for the rest of us, because "they" can conveniently point to those people and say "look, people do this" However, people who are genuinely "somatic" and/or "factitous" are actually very uncommon. The vast majority of us are 100% genuine, in real peril, and left without access to what we need for way, *way* too long, all the while being scapegoated with "crazy" labels thanks to medicals taking the natural psychological affects we might experience from gradually falling ill and not being acknowledged - and perverting that to use to their own advantage.


It's gross. It's medical abuse. It loses us valuable time - All because of this dark indoctrination currently infiltrated in the medical systems. That indoctrination exists for one purpose only: to evade responsibility. But this will change. Keep speaking out.


-Rosie G. 

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