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Re: I'm angry because............ deniseuk190466

Posted by rvanson on September 5, 2007, at 18:00:52

In reply to I'm angry because............, posted by deniseuk190466 on September 4, 2007, at 18:32:15

> I'm angry because.
>
> I feel as though I have been cheated out of the last six years.
>
> Chronic Depression is still not seen as a real illness and I think many people see it as being self inflicted in a way. I didn't do this to myself! Well at least I don't think I did.
> The UK NHS Mental Health pisses me off. They geared towards CBT now for depression and anxiety and yet where I live, there is a waiting time of over a year, I've had to wait over a year to have a treatment that I don't even think will work but I'll give it a try anyway.
>
> Arrogant, insensitive Professor at Willow View Day Care Centre who told me that I wasn't depressed, just very unhappy and just go live with it really. And when I told him that Zyprexa had helped in the past he said "well so would a so many grams of Cocaine, like I was some sort of junkie looking for a high.
>
> The same Professor told me that what I wanted didn't exist. Oh right so it's unnatural to look forward to things, like holidays, shopping for nice things etc. None of the things which I seem to enjoy anymore!
>
> I'm angry because I know I am suffering from something but I sometimes doubt it because I'm so used to feeling this way I don't know anything else. If it wasn't for Zyprexa which does make me feel better in a strange kind of way I wouldn't really know any different.
>
> I'm sick of doing temp work and covering for people who are going off on their holls, when am I going to have my holiday.
>
>
> Maybe I should stop complaining and take a Zyprexa because then I wouldn't feel so angry but I this is how it would be constantly without Zyprexa and I don't know why.
>
>
> I know that compared to some countries like third world countries I am very fortunate to live where I live, I do realise that but having said that I don't live in a third world country, and I can't judge things by their standards and just think myself lucky.
>


If it makes you feel any better things here in the united states are not much better, unless you have an excellent (and very expensive health care plan that covers mental illness, as many lesser plans do not or are very limited in coverage) health insurance plan.

We dont have any national healthcare system for everyone like your NHS, or like most countries do which is why so many people with illnesses they cannot pay for becuase they have no coverage often commit suicide.

Keep coming back and vent your rage here.

It OK, as we know how you feel! {{{{{HUGS}}}}


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