Wednesday, December 17, 2008

I Can't Think of an Apt Title Either...

I really don't know if I should link to this post or just try to forget that I ever read it or that it was even written. I can't bring myself to reproduce it in full on this blog.

*Mr Mans Wife stares at the screen for a while wondering what to write*


Umm... so here's the link.


Edit: Seaneen over at Pole to Polar has covered this topic too, and she has come up with a great title!

12 comments:

JeffreyP said...

Keep going.

Let it stay where it is...
...leave it...
you keep on going.

Best wishes to you both.

Jeffrey

Robert said...

If you read the comments about this on the site you had a link to, or the site which outed this before then...you would see that no-one is treating with anything less than contempt. No need to write anything about it - you can waste your time on something much more enjoyable, I'm sure.

Good to read that Mr Man's condition is better these days.

Mr Mans Wife said...

Thank you Jeffrey and Robert.

Thankfully as the evening has gone on I have been able to see the funny side, especially as no one seems to agree with her. You are both right - I should leave it and use my energies on something more enjoyable.

Robert, I didn't realise that this was covered on another website too.

Thank you both for dropping in.

Doc said...

I think there's a lot of inherent truth in it.

Doc said...

I don't believe that it's a cure, but I don't necessarily agree with completely writing it just because it says "cure for schizophrenia".

Carol said...

Well, what on earth are we wasting our time with this "mental health system" stuff? Holy cow, how come they never told us it was already "cured"?

Ok, sarcasm off.

Mr Mans Wife said...

Well Doc, I believe that strong emotions that are hard to express can sometimes come out in dreams - I have experience this many times myself. But I don't see how analysing the dreams of the psychologist can cure the patient! Besides that, what offended me most was her description of people with Schizophrenia - do you see yourself as a wild animal, violent and cruel with no regard for other people's feelings?


Hehehe, thanks for popping by Carol. :)

Barbara K. said...

People believe all kinds of wild things. I hope this blog post leaves you alone real soon.

Merelyme said...

wow...who knew? my mother's schizoprhenia can be cured this way. here i thought the answer was in crystals or numerology.

just stopping by to say hello and I have written a story about my mom which can find here:
http://www.healthcentral.com/depression/c/84292/53335/christmas-past

i would be most honored if you would read it.

christine said...

Wow. I find your blog, looking for support as the spouse of a newly-diagnosed schizophrenic. Boy am I glad to know that my husband can be cured from his animal-like state! That's a relief. (Can you hear the sarcasm?) Anyway, I have read your archives and I want to say thank you for putting this out there. You have already helped me on this journey.

naturalgal said...

I just found your blog. Very good.

Mr Mans Wife said...

Thank you Barbara :) Crazy isn't it?

Hi Merely Me, thank you for the link, and of course I will read it :)

Hi Christine, welcome to my blog. Hehehe, yes, I hear the sarcasm! I'm glad my blog has been helpful to you.

Hi Natural Gal, welcome to my blog as well! Thank you!