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Re: GABAergic hypofunction in psychosis?

Posted by linkadge on August 1, 2021, at 13:34:47

In reply to Re: GABAergic hypofunction in psychosis?, posted by Lamdage22 on July 30, 2021, at 0:32:31

>Even Psychotherapy creates dependency if it is the >first and only person you could ever really talk >to about deep seated problems. I think dependency >is a better word for what you mean than addiction. >You depend on stuff that makes you better.

I would argue that you still have issues if you are dependent on your therapist. I have rehabilitated sick squirrels (from time to time) (which is a perfect analogy for human psychiatric patients BTW - kidding). The goal however, is to get them back into nature. Hence, you have to be very careful of your procedure. The first two wanted to be my pet. With more rehabs however, we learned how to make them self sufficient.

Of course, it depends on the individual as well. There are certain personalities that are very dependent. Others are more independent.





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