I had a nice xmas dinner there, there was a real cannibal there, but he ate in anotherward.
Depends on whether you are at Duncan Lodge ($2,500.00) a day or a 200 bed facitity in Mexico:One patient at the facility hasn't gotten out of bed for 15 years. Another patient wears urine-soaked pants because the staff doesn't have enough clean clothes. Perhaps no single person better represents the agony of institutionalization than Juan Carlos, who lives in a helmet with his arms tied behind his back -- measures taken to keep him from constantly hitting his head
don't we give food to people seeking asylum? <br />
they are let in, if their country is torturing them, nu?
Like hospital food, for the most part, it's just a place where you can be cared for and medicated. Every once in a while you might get a sadistic orderly or nurse. I only know from memories of a psyche ward and from what I've read, the only difference is the amount of time you spend there.
They eat what you eat, and perhaps more...depending their malady.<br />
Yes, they torture you. You want freedom, procedures being done to you, that you don't fully understand.