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I'm an identified patient (story)

Postby TheMacNerd » Sun Mar 11, 2018 3:52 pm

so at the age of 12 or 13 I was involuntarily committed to a psych hospital for something that my grandma did. My grandma has some serious, chronic mental illness that my parents are just now addressing for a possible intervention (I'm age 21 now), (an update on my also abusive grandma).
I even had the evidence to prove it when i was involuntarily committed and officially made the identified patient, but I was in the psych hospital so I was pretty much defenseless.

While in the psych hospital, I was attacked by one of the doctors or guards (I barely remember), but I do remember that they put a chemical sedative shot up my butt (isn't that considered rape??). I tried explaining that my parents were scapegoating me (which is the truth) and the stupid moron doctors and hospital employees didn't listen.

As a kid, I was physically and verbally abused by my dad/father as a kid, and my dad who was one of the local highest ranking police officers at one of the local police stations in my area. My dad gave me a serious rug burn in the 5th grade that CPS/child protectives had to get involved. I was in 5th grade at the time. I recently found out that the child/spouse abuse rate for a police officer is 15X (times) higher than most other workers.

As I've gotten older, plus my first hand experience with psychiatrists and psychologists is that psychiatry is a very corrupt industry. It's more "how much money can you make me", instead of true mental health. Over the years, I kept trying to speak up at the psychiatrists to cancel the medications and delete the slander/libel on my medical transcript. But because I am the identified patient, but my abusive parents still wanted the stupid psychiatrists to keep me on psychiatric medications (which ironically do more harm than good).

my older brother was/is the "pampered one" (he was never mistreated or experienced the wrong). I remember that when my brother was in school, he kept asking my parents for money to scrape by. He's now deep in student loan debt. To this day, he's still pampered and spoiled.

He recently graduated from a private 4 year university with a bachelor's degree with an intention of becoming a doctor. He's deep in student loan debt already and wants to pursue medical school.

Right now at age 21, I'm trying to learn a trade (because I've also found out that college is a debt trap and a scam/business in 2018). I want to learn a trade with the bet that I'll finally be able to become fully independent from my parents with what it looks like a long history of abuse and lying. I want to move as far away from my parents and my family as possible and never talk to them again.
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Re: I'm an identified patient (story)

Postby Terry E. » Tue Mar 13, 2018 2:02 am

Thanks for that. it is actually a really inspiring story. Very hard to stand up like you are doing in a world of junk like you have been put in.

Yep, college loans can be a disaster, and yep "many professional pysch people should never been allowed with 100m of people with real life problems .
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Postby TheMacNerd » Tue Mar 13, 2018 2:10 pm

Some of my friends over the years when I tell them the ways that my parents are/have treated me in comparison to my older brother (who has been pampered/spoiled his whole life) have even asked me whether my parents even love me or not. Some people on FaceBook when I leaked documentation of my parents quotes and my grandma's misbehaving have even said that I need to get out of my parent's house. My parents definitely have a long history of abusive behavior. That's definitely for sure.
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Re: I'm an identified patient (story)

Postby quietgirl2538 » Tue Mar 27, 2018 3:36 pm

I can't blame you for wanting to leave and never talk to them again. I don't talk to my mom. I'm 43. Oh yes, I'll allow a phone call or two of hers, but it's never anything good. She just uses me to get something. That's all the call is for. For something she needs done for her.

I'm sorry the journey with psychiatrists has been bad. I actually credit my therapist and my psychiatrist with so much good in my life. I really think you've been put at the wrong place with the wrong people. Because I've just been so blessed with such help as them in my life. I hope (and it's totally up to you) that you give things a second chance. It took me 3 therapists till I found one I liked.

But yes, I can comprehend with what your life sounds like. I'm sorry you're suffering the way you are and did suffer. Sending hugs, if wanted.
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