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The first of my ‘how to’ guides in regards to mental health / 19 November 2015

a red and black leaftlet with a list of don'ts, such as: 1) Do not insist your voices are minuted in meetings 2) Do not offer to turn hospital macaroni cheese into enough for the 5000 3) Do not offer discount healing to professionals 4) Do not say 'You can't section me, I can walk through walls' and then try to demonstrate it. 5) Do not say 'Of course I don't mind meds causing lactation' and then offer them a glass of milk. 6) Do not turn the Largactil shuffle into a moonwalk. 7) Do not say 'Of course, I will be compliant, mein furher' 8) Do wear clothes when you meet a professional 9) Do maintain a positive, thumbs up attitude

How to avoid the diagnosis of schizophrenia

I am part of a facebook forum called ‘Recovery in the Bin’.  This user-led group is for MH Survivors and Supporters who are fed up with the way colonised ‘recovery’ is being used to discipline and control those who are trying to find a place in the world, to live as they wish, trying to deal with the very real mental distress they encounter on a daily basis. We believe in human rights and social justice!

Today someone wanted to create a spoof leaflet on how not to be diagnosed with personality disorder, it inspired me to do ‘How to not get diagnosed with schizophrenia or psychosis’

Here it is!

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Alan Morrison
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19 November 2015


Alan Morrison
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Dolly Sen
19 November 2015

the front of the leaflet

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