A Number Of Times

It's not too bad, really.  No responsibilities, lots of sleep, support everywhere.  Hell I think the janitors are trained as therapists, lol.  I don't want to go back, though, as being in there hurts and upsets my family.
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1 Response Apr 27, 2012

Yes, it certainly does. I have seen it from both sides. I was in a psychiatric facility (several times) myself, and saw how it pained my loved ones. And then, last year, my grandson tried to kill himself and ended up in a psychiatric hospital. That was the worst time for me. I was watching my boy suffering through a terrible depression and my daughter (his mother) suffer even more from the pain of wondering if this was somehow her fault. I could only stand by and watch as they both suffered.

YESSSSSS I do know. Is that scary? It really wasn't a safe place for me, the last time I was in. There was a psychiatrist (who has since lost his license to practice) who was abusive to the patients. Several of them registered complaints and there was an investigation and he was reprimanded. Lost his license to practice......here.....in our city.....he went down the road and got a new license there. There is just no real justice.