These things are pretty easy to write, and given the incredibly lucrative medicalization of normalcy at the heart of the newest edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, we’ll see more and more of this literary genre.

Or maybe less and less. It can be hard to write clearly when you’re on anti-psychotics.

Mental health clinicians should consider signing this petition. It explains why taking the fifth, if you will, would be a terrible error.

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