Author Topic: The Anthology of Km Anu  (Read 3787 times)

Onyx

Re: The Anthology of Km Anu
« Reply #60 on: April 26, 2020, 05:33:14 am »
I've been preoccupied with work, lucky to be employed but it's a hot-mess right now.

Km Anu

Re: The Anthology of Km Anu
« Reply #61 on: May 07, 2020, 05:30:17 am »
I've been preoccupied with work, lucky to be employed but it's a hot-mess right now.

We'll all need a vacation after this ._.

Km Anu

Re: The Anthology of Km Anu
« Reply #62 on: May 07, 2020, 05:56:59 am »
Its my Friday  :thumbsup:


I needed to say this to someone. I have another client with immense occult wisdom (or beliefs) that are being documented as delusions of grandeur.


He thinks he interacted with a few religious figures in his life. It just seems like agency. He knows things, and needs a way to explain them. Whatever. I think its more strange to consider yourself chosen by god (as Jesus's follower) to bring about a happy apocalypse or that by doing no harm you'll go to another dimension after you pass (Zen). These fucking sheeple can't be bothered to just listen to a person and set their bias aside before muddying the chart that the doctor uses to diagnose them with a mental illness......forever....with a bs symptom because they don't understand. They never tried to understand. No one does.


If I had the means I would become a doctor and open a practice. I would specialize in re-evaluating those thrown aside, hidden in facilities and homeless shelters, and I would help them reclaim their societal role before they came into being. In nature, these people are fine. NT's can't fathom that there are different ways to interpret the world, and that those differences aren't permanent illnesses. You can't call an inability (Or refusal in some cases) to conform to societal norms a permanent illness. You can't treat psychological behaviors by altering neurology with medicine. Sure you can force the body to reduce activities in areas of the brain, but it should only enable them to make further adjustments themselves. And if they don't want to, LEAVE THEM ALONE.


"But Kehm, then they'll hurt people," Guess what, they already do. They go to a secure treatment facility (T-10), are evaluated for "competency" to stand trial, 80% are deemed incompetent, and then they're "Treated until they are deemed competent to stand trial." Which means that (in practice, by direct observation) They get the charges dropped when their un-curable illness isn't cured. Usually, the problems are behavioral. We aren't slaves to neuropsych, We're adaptive beings that need actual experiences to bring about change. Identifying dude-that-talked-to-me-about-aeonics-and-integrated-learning-through-spiritualism (very pleasant conversationalist by the way. Guy is super erudite) a note that states his beliefs are delusions of grandeur absolutely damages his treatment and gives our doctors justification to seek court ordered commitment. And there isn't anything to be done! No one to tell! Or if there is, IDK who.


Working here is a mixed blessing. These are the people I get to interact with. I can try and make a difference in their lives. I can make them feel valued and heard in an oppressive environment. But the sacrifice, the presence of disparity, the limitations to my ability to serve them....It fucking kills me.

Liu

Re: The Anthology of Km Anu
« Reply #63 on: May 07, 2020, 07:26:14 am »
You're contributing to an important task there in any case.
Difficult to distinguish between people having illusions and genuine experiences, and in either case those can be beneficial or harmful, but just telling people they are delusional isn't going to help.

Even with physical ailments, they are much easier to deal with if you take a positive attitude towards them. If a doctor tells you you're fine or that it's nothing serious at least (or if you manage to convince yourself of that on your own), they might disappear on their own accord much faster than if you keep worrying. But telling someone they are sick (be it physically or neurologically) and that they can't do anything about it (not even in how to deal with it) just makes a self-fulfilling prophecy.

But yeah, don't make yourself sick trying to help.

Km Anu

Re: The Anthology of Km Anu
« Reply #64 on: May 07, 2020, 01:45:38 pm »
You're contributing to an important task there in any case.
Difficult to distinguish between people having illusions and genuine experiences, and in either case those can be beneficial or harmful, but just telling people they are delusional isn't going to help.

Even with physical ailments, they are much easier to deal with if you take a positive attitude towards them. If a doctor tells you you're fine or that it's nothing serious at least (or if you manage to convince yourself of that on your own), they might disappear on their own accord much faster than if you keep worrying. But telling someone they are sick (be it physically or neurologically) and that they can't do anything about it (not even in how to deal with it) just makes a self-fulfilling prophecy.

But yeah, don't make yourself sick trying to help.

Thanks for that, and I agree. The power of suggestion is strong. It's funny, I don't get compassion fatigue, ?I just get.... I don't know. Irritated with the system. I love the patients though. If I ever got rich, I'd probably still do work like this for free.

Km Anu

Re: The Anthology of Km Anu
« Reply #65 on: May 19, 2020, 08:43:14 am »
Proud of myself.

I know the runes very well now.