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This book is my story from being sane to Injected -then committed in a permanent facility where the staff's idea of me "Getting Better" was never an option- with them wanting me to be in their control the rest of my life. I hope it helps you gain an inside perspective of the revolving door of the mentally ill. Most patients would not be able to write their story. I neve This book is my story from being sane to Injected -then committed in a permanent facility where the staff's idea of me "Getting Better" was never an option- with them wanting me to be in their control the rest of my life. I hope it helps you gain an inside perspective of the revolving door of the mentally ill. Most patients would not be able to write their story. I never was "Crazy" just in the grasp of a Greedy Doctor that changed my medication according to his pocketbook. Moreover, a very Oblivious Father of the Greek Orthodox Church who through his paperwork stole $4000 of social security from me that was given to me by the government to pay for my sustenance - This Injection and desperate hunger caused me to be "Crazy" Dr, Manz forced me to keep taking the same Injection while promising housing if I did. I was ultimately out of control. They Locked me up. Moreover, removed ALL my rights. Being committed is worse than being a minor because the court can say you are a "vegetable." I wrote this book because several people owe me an apology. The Conservators Office ignored my limited rights of Education, I had a right to medical care, My Dental Problems, and severe pain was not their concern. Fr. John And his paperwork owes me more than $4,000 over the course of 5 months - when he stole it from me or instead refused to hand it o I was starving and in HypoGlycemic Shock I am now a Paralegal, and I would welcome any talk to an ADA lawyer about our living conditions in LA and San Jose and complete unsanitary and unhealthy procedurally warehousing of the Mentally Ill. If this story gets popular, I'll build my Mental Asylum - We are not going to despise our living conditions in my hospital. We are not criminals and are not to be cared for like we are in prison.


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This book is my story from being sane to Injected -then committed in a permanent facility where the staff's idea of me "Getting Better" was never an option- with them wanting me to be in their control the rest of my life. I hope it helps you gain an inside perspective of the revolving door of the mentally ill. Most patients would not be able to write their story. I neve This book is my story from being sane to Injected -then committed in a permanent facility where the staff's idea of me "Getting Better" was never an option- with them wanting me to be in their control the rest of my life. I hope it helps you gain an inside perspective of the revolving door of the mentally ill. Most patients would not be able to write their story. I never was "Crazy" just in the grasp of a Greedy Doctor that changed my medication according to his pocketbook. Moreover, a very Oblivious Father of the Greek Orthodox Church who through his paperwork stole $4000 of social security from me that was given to me by the government to pay for my sustenance - This Injection and desperate hunger caused me to be "Crazy" Dr, Manz forced me to keep taking the same Injection while promising housing if I did. I was ultimately out of control. They Locked me up. Moreover, removed ALL my rights. Being committed is worse than being a minor because the court can say you are a "vegetable." I wrote this book because several people owe me an apology. The Conservators Office ignored my limited rights of Education, I had a right to medical care, My Dental Problems, and severe pain was not their concern. Fr. John And his paperwork owes me more than $4,000 over the course of 5 months - when he stole it from me or instead refused to hand it o I was starving and in HypoGlycemic Shock I am now a Paralegal, and I would welcome any talk to an ADA lawyer about our living conditions in LA and San Jose and complete unsanitary and unhealthy procedurally warehousing of the Mentally Ill. If this story gets popular, I'll build my Mental Asylum - We are not going to despise our living conditions in my hospital. We are not criminals and are not to be cared for like we are in prison.

29 review for How to Escape an Insane Asylum: My Story on Mental Health

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lori

    Difficult Read I could only give this book a 2 star rating because of the difficulty in reading it! I am an intelligent person and read often. I have read books that are more difficult in terms of vocabulary, plot etc., so THAT is not exactly what I mean by difficult. Rather, I am referring to what appears to be an utter lack of consideration of: editing, story flow, grammar, sentence structure, spelling etc. I would suggest to the author that in any future editions he should consider hiring or f Difficult Read I could only give this book a 2 star rating because of the difficulty in reading it! I am an intelligent person and read often. I have read books that are more difficult in terms of vocabulary, plot etc., so THAT is not exactly what I mean by difficult. Rather, I am referring to what appears to be an utter lack of consideration of: editing, story flow, grammar, sentence structure, spelling etc. I would suggest to the author that in any future editions he should consider hiring or finding a skilled person willing to proof read and edit his work because the story deserves to be told but to do it in such a lackadaisical way does NOT do it justice! As I read, I noted several areas where further explanation would have enhanced the story and was definitely needed from my perspective. For instance, why weren't your parents more supportive? What was your childhood like? Did you have any psychiatric symptoms as a child? Were you brought to see a therapist? During the writing of this book, were you ever given an official diagnosis by someone licensed/qualified to diagnose? Who is Wendy? And Jill? What right did Jill have to give away YOUR dog to the pound and how does she figure she had the right to tell the shelter who Arrow could be given to? How did Father John manage to decide he was your payee? Did you/he not know that a person CAN'T legally appoint themselves as a payee because this must be done through the court system by approval of a judge? Did you not know that ANYONE in a mental health hospital has the absolute right to speak to a disability rights advocate and the number to reach the organization MUST be clearly posted on the unit as well as in the new patient paperwork signed during intake? I am sorry you went through all of that and I would definitely continue to pursue legal action! They have no right to deny you food, hydration, medical care, outside contact, access to a lawyer or disability rights advocate, and hygiene. They can't ban mail but CAN inspect it for drugs or other contraband, they can only inject you if you are a danger to self or others (psychiatric emergency must be declared and at least one physician must sign off on the orders before injection is given. Also, if you agree to take the medication in pill form, they can't hold you down and inject you forcibly. At least, not in my state! Each person would do well to research the laws in their state for accurate and updated information. Good luck!

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