DOCS: Crisis | Bedlam




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DOCS: Crisis | Bedlam

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  1. I've only started this documentary and am already feeling like things are going to go down. I've been to a Hospital for people with mental illnesses, it's been 2 months since I have left, only stayed for a week till all got too much. Already I am seeing big differences between Germany's and UK's ways of taking care of mentally ill patients in the differences of housing. I'll edit this as I go on.

  2. She is lucky to finally be on the right meds. It took 20 yrs of every anti depressant that ever worked. 3 years ago was put on a mood stabilizer. Finally I feeling balanced. 5/6 years old very sad that I miss so many years. But then I stop and think don't waste the next year's feeling bad about the last 20.

  3. Good balance of showing the context of everyone's loved ones and/or living situation…. The story is usually shown in a less full way, but this felt well handled. Everyone is on a scale from good to bad mental health, you never know what might one say effect you personally or someone close to you, and you never know what someone you know might be going through. When I see documentaries that just show the clinicians and the patients it just enforces the stereotype, seeing some of their life outside makes it more relateable than singular clips of people shouting

  4. Many people without mental illness don't understand we don't come into this world wanting to be ill. Or that most of us when clear headed know we need help. Like we say if it we're a broken bone or cancer people understand but not something they can't see.

  5. It is impossible to treat somebody who's illness is in an active state. This is the reasoning for injections One initial medication is refused. In order to be able to speak to the person with their illness under some sort of control is the only way to treat that person psychologically. Elizabeth MD Ph.D

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