Category Archives: restraint

Introducing the Commitment Plan App for the namiPhone!

WHAT IS A COMMITMENT PLAN? A commitment plan is a list of sneaky strategies and social manipulation techniques that family and friends can use when they are tired of dealing with a mentally ill loved one. It helps them not have to listen to or empathize with their loved ones thoughts and feelings. The plan […]

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Special guest, Psychiatrist Babs, reads “T’was the Night Before Commitment” to the Bipolar Child

Happy Holidays, NamiDearests! We know what a difficult season this can be for those of you suffering from time spent with your mentally ill relations. We at NamiDearest have partnered with Psychiatrist Babs to bring you this special holiday performance of T’was the Night Before Commitment. This endearing classic will warm the cockles of your […]

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Break the Silence on Mental Illness

Time for another Mental Illness Minute with your sizzling host, Shock Girl. Today, Shock Girl tells us how we can break the silence on mental illness. Do your part to raise awareness. Please consider attending this important event. Thank you.

Posted in "bipolar disorder", "mental illness", "schizophrenia", ADHD, biobabble, brain, childhood bipolar disorder, ECT, ethics get in the way, forced psychiatric "treatment", human rights, Inspiration, Mental Illness Minute with Shock Girl, NAMI propaganda, preventable tragedies, psychiatric abuse, psychiatric drugs as "treatment", psychiatric survivors, restraint, shit-based practices, trauma, who needs civil rights anyway? | 3 Comments

A Quest for Answers

“All effective propaganda must be limited to a very few points and must harp on these in slogans until the last member of the public understands what you want him to understand.” ~Adolf Hitler Every day, people contact us in a quest to navigate their state’s commitment laws and mental illness systems. Many times they […]

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EDP! EDP! The Consumertocracy runs amok in the streets of Albany!

Fellow NamiDearests, We bring you an emergency broadcast. On 1-11-11, the consumertocracy  descended upon Albany with their ranting, unreasonable requests for human rights. They thronged  the streets brandishing large, orange inflatable weapon-type thingies, beating on street signs and generally disrupting the status quo.  Watch the startling footage from their public rampage: They forced their way […]

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This is not the treatment the mentally ill deserve

The restraint and beating of the mentally ill should not be left to law enforcement. Psychiatric patients should be restrained and beaten AND medicated in a therapeutic mental health facility by trained psychiatric medical professionals. We at Nami Dearest advocate relentlessly to bring about new laws that will make psychiatric incarceration possible for more of […]

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How Can I Get My Pain-In-The-Ass Family Member Committed?

How can my I get my pain-in-the-ass family member committed? The above question is commonly raised by families seeking treatment chemical restraint and/or incarceration in a psychiatric facility for someone they love want to scapegoat, silence, control, publicly discredit, hide or get out of the way. Unfortunately, the reality of treatment in the United States, […]

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