I just learned about the Nirvana Fallacy. It’s a logical illusion where you compare a situation or proposal with an unrealistic and/or idealized alternative.
The future remains an unprinted page whereupon there are no answers.
You think you have The Beast sealed under a layer of concrete, but the covering proves to be no stronger than a sheet.
The moral of this story is that you are not damned by your genes. They are not a curse, they are not predestination.
What they like about AOT is that it is just about the only way for them to get treatment. So what they really support is community outpatient clinics
Two doses of Xanax in succession seem to have brought me out of the mania.
The signs are clear: combativeness, difficulty dealing with difficult people, the color red seems unusually intense, and a slight shaking that no one can see but I can sense.
This bullying underscores the flimsiness of TrueHope’s claims.
It didn’t take much editing to make it relevant to those of us who challenge stigma for the mentally ill — not much at all.