Monthly Archives: March 2011

Even our furry and feathered family members can have a mental illness

Many of us think of our pet as just another member of our family, so why shouldn’t we treat them like we treat our own children? It makes sense that if mental illness runs in families, our pets could become mentally ill as well. Indeed, this is what veterinary psychiatry has discovered. Mental illness in […]

Posted in "mental illness", animal psychiatry, biobabble, childhood bipolar disorder, children and psychiatric drugs, ethics get in the way, lies, mentally ill pets, shit-based practices, The Lazies | 16 Comments

NamiDearest Interviews BJ Daffy on The Commitment Hour

Join your gracious host, NamiDearest as she and mental illness policy hero, BJ Daffy tackle the growing problem of the Consumertocracy and discuss ways to get around the annoying rights of the mentally ill. We prefer to talk about them without them.

Posted in "bipolar disorder", "mental illness", "schizophrenia", biobabble, consumertocracy, ethics get in the way, forced psychiatric "treatment", human rights, involuntary commitment, lies, NAMI mommies, NAMI propaganda, New York State, preventable tragedies, psychiatric drugs as "treatment", psychiatric survivors, scapegoating, shit-based practices, The Commitment Hour, The Lazies, Treatment Advocacy Center, who needs civil rights anyway? | 25 Comments

Update on recent Consumertocracy threats to public safety!

Fellow NamiDearests, We recently brought you the startling footage of the Consumertocracy running amok in the streets of Albany, and it seems their threats just keep rolling in. On March 2, 2011, menacing Consumertocracy leaders confronted and practically assaulted our brave mental illness policy hero, D.J. Jaffe as he made his way to testify at […]

Posted in "mental illness", Albany, consumertocracy, DJ Jaffe, forced psychiatric "treatment", human rights, involuntary commitment, Mental Hygiene Budget, New York State, psychiatric drugs as "treatment", psychiatric survivors, Treatment Advocacy Center, who needs civil rights anyway? | Tagged as: | 19 Comments