Seriously, why do?

Seriously, why do Cinemaphile artists and users have this insanely antagonistic relationship with mental health people? Every time you see a shrink in a cartoon they’re treated like the worst person ever.

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Some examples would help me suggest an answer

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Because psychiatrists are a scam

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      This, "therapy" isn't a real thing and you're just giving someone money to listen to you whine. A prostitute would be cheaper and she'll give you head when you're done.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      It's an American thing.

      This, "therapy" isn't a real thing and you're just giving someone money to listen to you whine. A prostitute would be cheaper and she'll give you head when you're done.

      That sounds more like Men in Black. I hope a doctor pumps you full of brain altering drugs, hopefully that will stop your delusions
      [...]
      Yes and no but mostly yes

      See these posts.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous
    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I love morons who don't know the difference between psychiatry and therapy

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Cinemaphile enjoys being mentally ill, just look at the number of Schizos on this board

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    OP, this is where I’d normally post some Liveleak webm from a pediatric psych ward of a clearly normal kid who was thrown into it by his Christian parents screaming at the top of his lungs as he’s restrained by three fat chainsmokers telling him it doesn’t hurt and a skinny doctor injects him with Risperidone, but I’m frankly a bit too tired and would rather spare myself the trouble of having to look at that shit, so I’ll just say that I hope you get blown up by an IED

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I was in a psych ward as a teen. There was a severely autistic boy who couldnt speak. One of the nurses started teasing him with a candy or something and then hid it from him. He got really violent and they had to inject him. I thought it was funny at the time but as an adult the memory kind of scarred me

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        It’s pure sadism. You might assume that it’s something about mental institutions being used to trap and force-medicate vulnerable people to suck up their money - no, it’s raw bloodlust. People that get into the mental health industry do it to make a living abusing children, simple as. They hate neurodivergent kids and they want to act on preexisting thoughts of forcing the freaks to take neurotoxins so they become as moronic as the shrinks feel they are. They want you going from a bright, happy child who can call them on their bullshit with raw emotion to a slobbering lobotomite and never be able to get yourself back. It’s either that or dark web hurtcore pedophiles trying to get off and make material for their buddies.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          None of that is really true. Typically, schools alert parents that their kids are having behavioral issues. Inpatient psych treatment is only necessary if the patient has had an acute crisis (suicidal or homicidal ideations, battery, that sort of thing). Kids with repeat behaviors that usually go into residential programs if insurance will pay out. Some of the residential places are like Borstals, most aren't. Camera surveillance is mandated in every facility for patient and staff safety (false allegations are frequent). The kids in these places are typically morons or perps. The former is incapable of self-care and will spend the rest of their life on SSD, the latter is usually responsible for most of the theft and violent youth crime. Adults are more and less complicated, they're usually lifelong substance users experiencing neurological deterioration (meth, PCP, cocaine, etc) that's secondary to undiagnosed depression, usually the result of PTSD.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >At my facility we go for Haldol.
          I hope they hang you high and we get to see the vomit spew onto your uniform as your neck snaps, shrinky. Maybe that fake smothering story they gave to make you feel good about drugging and mauling that kid will be tattooed on your corpse in whatever museum they’ll put you in.

          >Your existence must be dismal as is, it would probably be agonizing without someone.
          Wow, a career mental health frick who doesn’t understand basic sentence structure? Color me surprised, and also color me surprised at the fact that I could write better at 9 than you can as a 20-something lying on the internet about innocent children you put into psych prison. Did you enjoy kneeling on that child as he screamed and begged you to stop, and as he was forced to choke down his own righteous anger to beg you to stop, knowing that he’d have to lick your and your piece of shit coworkers’ boots dry to even have a shot at ever getting out of the hospital and back to his family? Oh, but he deserved it, because he smothered someone, right? Even though you’ll never be able to prove that he laid a hand on anybody. Fricking war criminal child rapist filth.

          Boys don’t smother their little sisters and admit it to psychiatrists. We’re not insects like you. I would sooner believe that you smothered that boy than believe that he, a child with absolutely not a lick of resources or power in the entire fricking world, killed someone. You and I both know there’s no such thing as psychopathy. You are aware of everything you did to that kid, and the truth will come out eventually, frickboy.

          Stick a fricking shotgun in your mouth and have a nice day in front of YOUR loved ones, assuming you’re even good enough at your grift to have either of those things.

          they must pay the feds good money to write this stuff these days

          its posts that like these that really showcase the schizo, psych-anon must feel pretty smug right now

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I like how they accused doctors of acting on sadism and then post literal sadistic fantasies about hanging people and shit. Not to sound like a shrink, but could this be the fabled projection?

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              One person deserves it and the other doesn’t. Not that I’d ever hurt anyone, but if the state can execute people, I can make jokes about people being executed. Silly shrinkfricker.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Because cartoonists tend to be bullied spergs. Their antagonism toward psychiatry is a pathologization of various adolescent resentments, mainly directed at their parents specifically, that's then transferred to authority generally. Adolescents are conditioned by peers, conformity is a big thing for this reason. Rejection by peers leads to deep-seated feelings of inadequacy and negative self-appraisal. Many users here know these feeling very well. Some overcome, some don't.

      At my facility we go for Haldol. Most kids getting taken to psych wards aren't normal. They're typically placed there because they're violent and sexually-maladaptive (molesting siblings). We processed a 15-year-old the other day that smothered his 6-year-old sister. He'll be charged after he gets released.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >At my facility we go for Haldol.
        I hope they hang you high and we get to see the vomit spew onto your uniform as your neck snaps, shrinky. Maybe that fake smothering story they gave to make you feel good about drugging and mauling that kid will be tattooed on your corpse in whatever museum they’ll put you in.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          I actually assessed the kid before he was transferred. He admitted to it and my report will be used as evidence at his trial. Hope your family is still alive. Your existence must be dismal as is, it would probably be agonizing without someone.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >Your existence must be dismal as is, it would probably be agonizing without someone.
            Wow, a career mental health frick who doesn’t understand basic sentence structure? Color me surprised, and also color me surprised at the fact that I could write better at 9 than you can as a 20-something lying on the internet about innocent children you put into psych prison. Did you enjoy kneeling on that child as he screamed and begged you to stop, and as he was forced to choke down his own righteous anger to beg you to stop, knowing that he’d have to lick your and your piece of shit coworkers’ boots dry to even have a shot at ever getting out of the hospital and back to his family? Oh, but he deserved it, because he smothered someone, right? Even though you’ll never be able to prove that he laid a hand on anybody. Fricking war criminal child rapist filth.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              Enjoy your lapse, weirdo.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Boys don’t smother their little sisters and admit it to psychiatrists. We’re not insects like you. I would sooner believe that you smothered that boy than believe that he, a child with absolutely not a lick of resources or power in the entire fricking world, killed someone. You and I both know there’s no such thing as psychopathy. You are aware of everything you did to that kid, and the truth will come out eventually, frickboy.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Take your meds guy

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Stick a fricking shotgun in your mouth and have a nice day in front of YOUR loved ones, assuming you’re even good enough at your grift to have either of those things.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                I like how this anon's chosen emphasis makes it sound like he blew his own head off in front of his family

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                They do, actually. He tried to molest her and ended up smothering her with a pillow, then he stuffed her body under his mother's bed. His mom found her about 30 minutes after the fact, then she called the police. I don't really care if you disbelieve what's been posted, but it is true.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                they must pay the feds good money to write this stuff these days

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >There's just something unnerving about someone who spends all day listening to other people ramble about their problems while recording everything that's said and saying what they think that person should do.

                Right? That's a job for the Feds monitoring this honeypot website, not for face-to-face interactions.

                I'd prefer life as a fed, they have much better health insurance.

                They are being oppressed, though. They can literally just lobotomize or kill you.

                Why do you think this? If a parent takes their child to see a psychiatrist, parents have to provide consent for medication management. LIPs can't just start some random kid on antipsychotics because they're feeling feckless. There are some parents that want their kids sedated because they just can't deal with them, so they fabricate symptoms and mislead the provider. That's an issue with suboptimal people parenting, not a conspiracy to subdue relatively normal kids.

                Because even after the sanitarium scandals, the lobotomy craze, the housewife Valium flood, and treating an entire generation of children as having ADHD for being full of energy and pumping them full of Ritalin, the majority of psychologists out there STILL believe they are trustworthy and wise enough that they should be allowed to decide if people should be involuntarily locked up in an asylum and force-fed drugs.
                JFK's sister was a trouble-maker and frequently disobeyed her parents. She was also slightly moronic from a complication during birth. Shrinks convinced them that her behavior was a result of mental illness. So she was involuntarily committed to an asylum and "treated" with a lobotomy. This left her with the intelligence of a 2 year old, unable to speak, and incontinent. The procedure they had for the "treatment"?
                >The instrument Dr. Watts used looked like a butter knife. He swung it up and down to cut brain tissue. "We put an instrument inside", he said. As Dr. Watts cut, Dr. Freeman asked Rosemary, for example, to recite the Lord's Prayer or sing "God Bless America" or count backwards;... "We tried to estimate thus, how far to further cut, based on how Rosemary responded." When she began incoherent, they ceased cutting.
                That's the "treatment". Just cut into the brain until they stop being able to speak clearly. Then they are fixed. Not because they are cured, since they clearly aren't, but because they are no longer annoying to others. It's no accident the same policy was applied to housewives of the 50's and Valium, and kids from the 90's onwards and Ritalin. It's not about curing the mentally ill, it's about making them not be an annoyance to others.
                And these people believe they should have the right to go to court and say "Yes your honor, that man is crazy", and be allowed to chain that person to a table and inject them with even experimental drugs to "fix" them.

                >It's not about curing the mentally ill, it's about making them not be an annoyance to others.
                This is true, just substitute "annoyance" with "danger" and you are correct. There's just not much we can do. Therapy is only effective if you want it to be, meds are a toss-up. Our duty is to maintain safety and try to help them help themselves.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                You Will Never Be A Real Science.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                If you like. Nothing I've said ITT is false.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Amen brother. They want to be afforded the same respect as actual medical sciences, but the entire profession is "Uh, well, it's X, unless it's Y, we really don't know, the human mind is SO COMPLEX..." Then you ask if they ever bothered doing a study on which methods of treatment were the most effective for which disorders, and they suddenly run away from the conversation.
                Because if actual hard scientific process ever shows up in psychology, they're going to have a very hard time explaining away all the over-prescriptions they've been doing.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Well, as someone that actually sees patients, meds are the last resort in cases like MDD/ASD/BPD. The docs that sling Prozac and Concerta as cure-alls aren't representative of the profession. I only jump to meds when violence is the primary concern.

                >I'm surprised it took that long. Go to any health professional with depression and they're normally shilling you the pills inside about 2 minutes

                I think the assumption is that Americans will not do anything hard to help themselves so here take a pill.

                Like I had high cholesterol and I got it down with diet and exercise but for a while they kept trying to give me staiens or whatever. They never really discussed diet and exercise.

                Also with depression and anxiety, it's usually caused by work and family and most people can't or won't work on that stuff

                You're right. Agree completely.

                This, "therapy" isn't a real thing and you're just giving someone money to listen to you whine. A prostitute would be cheaper and she'll give you head when you're done.

                Depends on the type and the Hx of trauma. If you're a regular guy that had a typical childhood, talking it out won't be helpful unless you want it to. If you have a low-functioning kid with ASD, ABA therapy is very useful, as is DBT for BPD adolescents and young adults. It just depends.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                I'd be questioning the mom more. How did she not hear the struggle. I don't believe he'd wait 30 minutes before his mom gets home from work to attempt the deed. Sounds like hyper neglectful parenting if he could murder his sister while peopel were home.
                She also would have been aware of his violent tendencies before it happened. You don't raise someone for 15 years and not know their temperment.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                I agree, but not my call to make. DCFS conducted their own investigation.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Just sounds fishy. Sounds more like the kid is covering for the mom and is likely an abuse victim. I mean, why would he "hide" the body under her bed.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                He had no prior Hx, typically this sort of thing manifests around age five. During the interview he sat across from me and relayed the events with a blunted affect. No tears, no questions. His mother went to a local gas-station for cigarettes and he was supposed to be watching her. When the mother returned home, he said she'd been playing outside. The mother called her and she didn't respond, so house was searched while he pretended to help look for her. After the police arrived, they noticed her clothing had been torn at the waistband where he'd attempted to pull down her pants. I don't know if he ever actually managed penetration, but he denied it when I prompted him. From what I gathered, he tried to coax into a sexgame, she planned to tell their mother and he acted impulsively. I don't think he meant to kill her, but there's no way to know for sure.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >manifests around age five.
                And the mother didn't see any signs over the posssible next 10 years? I'm not going to comment on the rest of your story because it reads like you're setting a scene, which makes it sound fake.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                You really are ignorant aren't you

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Your story is fake. You simitaniously know too little and too much. Too much for a tech and too little for a doctor. A professional should not just be filling in the gaps the way you are with something as serious as what you're claiming.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Forensic science and psychiatry are literally just 90% complete bullshit that only get around because of sadists, useful idiots or a lack of equipment that the public could use to verify these things themself. Shrinky is never going to acknowledge your point about the kid’s mom, because he knows that kid is going to get life for something he didn’t do because he’s a young man and there are tons of judges and jurors who are just salivating at the thought of putting a little boy in prison so the gorillas can lynch him, just like the shrink did it because he’s a child abuser who loves hurting innocent children. Here’s the golden rule: everyone who does anything knows exactly what they’re doing. Words are just dressing. Anything that can be expressed can be boiled down to a series of grunts, just like the grunting noises the shrinkpig is gonna make in his office jerking off to the thought of that innocent little boy being killed by his cellmates. He KNOWS what he did. He’s lying through his fricking teeth, anon. Just like the fricks that gave those lobotomies, just like the jurors who threw him away on purpose. The only thing people will ever get mad at you for saying is “Everyone legitimately is trying to target you, there is a conspiracy, and you and the 50,000 other people on the planet like you are the targets.”

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Every post from you gets more insane. Top bait.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                You should build a truck about it. Make sure to paint "FINGERPRINTS ARE A LIE!" on the side

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                If you’ve never personally traced someone’s fingerprint to their own person while they’re still alive, I don’t want to hear your shit.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              Not that anon, but a shame you can't see that being disagreeable to this level is self destructive and you think you are mentally healthy

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              Are you actually trying to play defense for a fricking murderer?? You don't belong in a ward, you belong in fricking prison.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Play defense for a murderer? I don’t play defense for murderers like you do, shrinkfricker, I’m saying the kid probably didn’t do it and they need to finish investigating his mom first, which they won’t because the whole thing is kangaroo bullshit designed to humiliate and kill their desired target.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >no bro it’s totally okay that shrinks give people pills even though they literally objectively can’t prove what they do to their brains also recreational drugs are illegal also porn is bad for you also if you don’t obey the government you should be drugged and imprisoned
                I really, really hope you choke on a peanut tomorrow and die in front of your girlfriend or something. You really deserve it.

                I'm a different person than the other one you were replying to, anon. And I really appreciate you putting words in my mouth and jumping to (incorrect) conclusions about my opinions about recreational drugs, pornography, and the government.
                Also, I don't have a girlfriend.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >stop being mean to me on Cinemaphile
                The nukes can’t come fast enough

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Why choose to be "mean" anonymously? Seems sort of nonsensical and self-defeating.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                I never said anything about them being mean, I was saying that it's stupid of them to decide my beliefs for me and then get mad at me for "having" those beliefs.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Not escaping the schitzo charges, I see.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Schizophrenia isn’t real.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              Sure thing, bud.

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Because you'd have to be insane or unwell to be a Cinemaphile artist, especially in the past few decades.
    They felt personally attacked by the shrinks they went to and refuse to actually improve their mental health or better themselves.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    It's only Americans who can't afford treatment

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    unpopular opinion, but I think the shrink in rick and morty is 100% correct in her assessment of Rick's character.

    I take issue with the fact she's in the cartoon, though. She feels like the writers going "LOOK ,WE'RE SMART, THIS IS WHATS GOING ON WITH RICK, JUST SO WE'RE CLEAR, LET US SPELL IT OUT FOR YOU WORD FOR WORD"
    it's like they have no faith in their ability to let a narrative speak for itself, they need to peel back the layers and show everyone whats under the hood, or else it wont be appreciated. the writer has to insert themselves in the story and explain everything to you like you're a moronic toddler.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      She's correct but it's a "Character looks at the screen and tells you how to feel" thing yeah. She literally just spells out word for word what Rick's character is in a long monologue that's clearly being directed at the viewer. A character can be 100% correct about something but the delivery can still be so off as to make people hate it.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        To be fair, people were completely missing the point of Rick's character from day one, so I can't blame the writers for pointing it out in such an unsubtle manner.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          I don't think it will ever work. Rick characters just flip a switch for a certain type of person

          It is similar to how no war movie can ever truly be an anti war movie because war is a very stimulating thing to watch if you can watch it in complete safety.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I think the reason she does that is 1) it's funny and 2) I think a large part of the idiot fanbase needed to hear that. Like the people who don't understand that Rorschach can be both sympathetic and even someone you root for within the context of the story, but he's not "right". Or at least not the kind of person you'd want to spend any time with.
      I can see how you'd think it's lazy writing, but it didn't bother me because I thought it was a funny takedown, I don't mind seeing a little bit of character development in Rick (or at least acknowledgement of his problems, even if he decides not to fix them), and then things went mostly back to normal after that, at least for a while.
      I'm more offended by the boring Ice-T episode. I can appreciate griefing the audience, but this was more than just one monologue in a show where we also got Pickle Rick, that was one unfunny dead horse beaten, but only lightly. It never got so dreadful that it got funny again, it was just regular bad straight through.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        The problem with speeches like this (and Harmon and his crew fricking love them) is that they're incredibly lazy and unearned. They're not describing a character we've been shown, they're telling us what the writers were too incompetent to convey with an actual story. It's a cheap and lazy shortcut to pretending a character with no depth has some by providing an avalanche of informed traits.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >a large part of the idiot fanbase needed to hear that
        There are people who idolize Homelander. These people already cannot differentiate between fiction and reality, how is a soapbox speech going to help them?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I disagree. This is a charitable spin but I think the point of that scene was to explain to Rick right in his face exactly what his problem is. But since Rick is egotistical and thinks himself so superior he immediately blows off her advice without critically examining it. Much like the fanbase's reception to it.

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Serious answer: Because psychiatry (in theory, not so much in practice now a days) is in direct opposition of how you structure a story. In a story things usually need to get worse before they can get better (or worse) to feel satisfying and have the characters grow. Psychiatry as a science is meant to step in before things get worse and prevent all that.
    It's also just lazy writing to have someone tell you what is wrong with a character directly in a visual medium and how they should go about fixing themselves.

    Joke answer: Because you make moronic (You) bait threads and touch yourself at night.

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    This, but with lawyers. Also not just limited to Cinemaphile. They're always treated like evil, but personally I've never actually seen them as such IRL.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Lawyers exist to mercenarily defend or attack anyone within a system that can put people to death for no reason. They deserve all the shit they get.

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    It's because most of them have mental issues that prompt them to need and seek help but the industry is full of dipshits and con artists and pill pushers with very little indication as to which is which. Finding good help is difficult and expensive and time-consuming and none of the people you see will ever admit they're a bad fit.

    I had to see someone very recently because of depression related to chronic pain and the dumb c**t tried to put me on experimental SNRI's after knowing me for thirty minutes.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >dumb c**t tried to put me on experimental SNRI's after knowing me for thirty minutes
      I'm surprised it took that long. Go to any health professional with depression and they're normally shilling you the pills inside about 2 minutes.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Only pharm-psychs will do that, but overzealous prescription is a huge problem with them. To a hammer every problem is a nail, etc.

        It's baffling that mental health care gets split in terms of practitioners, you shouldn't need separate doctors providing talk therapy and medication.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >I'm surprised it took that long. Go to any health professional with depression and they're normally shilling you the pills inside about 2 minutes

        I think the assumption is that Americans will not do anything hard to help themselves so here take a pill.

        Like I had high cholesterol and I got it down with diet and exercise but for a while they kept trying to give me staiens or whatever. They never really discussed diet and exercise.

        Also with depression and anxiety, it's usually caused by work and family and most people can't or won't work on that stuff

  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I personally do not trust shrinks. There's just something unnerving about someone who spends all day listening to other people ramble about their problems while recording everything that's said and saying what they think that person should do. And don't even get me started on being sent to an actual psychiatrist and being pumped full of zombie drugs so you can fit in to their idea of "normality". Anyone who tells you to "get help" wants to see you destroyed, plain and simple.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >There's just something unnerving about someone who spends all day listening to other people ramble about their problems while recording everything that's said and saying what they think that person should do.

      Right? That's a job for the Feds monitoring this honeypot website, not for face-to-face interactions.

  13. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Largely because they were teenagers when that one Rick and Morty episode with the psychiatrist aired, so hating them is just part of their personality. If any of these other stories being posted are true, it's because a bunch of anons really are fruitcakes and think they deserve to be allowed around normal people when they deserve to be held in insane asylums.

  14. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Because shrinks are literally evil
    >oh you have a perfectly reasonable negative reaction to our shitty society? Better prescribe you mind altering drugs you'll be addicted to for life
    That'll be $200,000 plus tip

  15. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The vast majority of people who “try” to get therapy go into it hoping that their therapist is going to emotionally validate them and give them an ego stroking to help them get over their depression, so when the therapist says, “Here are some things you should try doing to proactively better yourself,” the patient takes offense and cries that they’re being oppressed just like everyone else in their life is doing to them. Mix that with the creative type (i.e. people who already have an overinflated sense of self worth) and you can easily see why they’d hold suck strong contempt for someone paid to effectively tell them to clean their fricking rooms once in a while. And the fact that there are NEETs in this very thread sharing that contempt should be proof enough.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      They are being oppressed, though. They can literally just lobotomize or kill you.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I've seen this on the internet far too many times. This victimhood moronation. Maybe if you sign a form in a country where lobotomization is legal, then it would happen, and only then. You don't even know your own rights and you're here trying to talk shit, homosexual

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >no bro trust me you’re not a victim even though men in suits can pump your body full of 70% clozapine and shove a fricking ice pick in your brain at any point in time no matter how fortunate your life is

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I kind of wish your paranoia were founded because you could use an ice pick or two in the nose

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            That sounds more like Men in Black. I hope a doctor pumps you full of brain altering drugs, hopefully that will stop your delusions

            This, "therapy" isn't a real thing and you're just giving someone money to listen to you whine. A prostitute would be cheaper and she'll give you head when you're done.

            Yes and no but mostly yes

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Therapists tell you how to improve your life
      I'm not against therapy or medication but no they don't. They're not life coaches.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >life coaches
        >people who are INCREDIBLY open with the fact that all they do is prop up pyramid schemes, alternative pills, and their own books

  16. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Because even after the sanitarium scandals, the lobotomy craze, the housewife Valium flood, and treating an entire generation of children as having ADHD for being full of energy and pumping them full of Ritalin, the majority of psychologists out there STILL believe they are trustworthy and wise enough that they should be allowed to decide if people should be involuntarily locked up in an asylum and force-fed drugs.
    JFK's sister was a trouble-maker and frequently disobeyed her parents. She was also slightly moronic from a complication during birth. Shrinks convinced them that her behavior was a result of mental illness. So she was involuntarily committed to an asylum and "treated" with a lobotomy. This left her with the intelligence of a 2 year old, unable to speak, and incontinent. The procedure they had for the "treatment"?
    >The instrument Dr. Watts used looked like a butter knife. He swung it up and down to cut brain tissue. "We put an instrument inside", he said. As Dr. Watts cut, Dr. Freeman asked Rosemary, for example, to recite the Lord's Prayer or sing "God Bless America" or count backwards;... "We tried to estimate thus, how far to further cut, based on how Rosemary responded." When she began incoherent, they ceased cutting.
    That's the "treatment". Just cut into the brain until they stop being able to speak clearly. Then they are fixed. Not because they are cured, since they clearly aren't, but because they are no longer annoying to others. It's no accident the same policy was applied to housewives of the 50's and Valium, and kids from the 90's onwards and Ritalin. It's not about curing the mentally ill, it's about making them not be an annoyance to others.
    And these people believe they should have the right to go to court and say "Yes your honor, that man is crazy", and be allowed to chain that person to a table and inject them with even experimental drugs to "fix" them.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Comparing cutting up someone's brain because they embarrass the family with prescribing Ritalin
      It's time to stop posting

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >chemical cellular slicing is different from a metal knife so that makes it ok
        Die.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Anon taking a basic stimulant doesn't cut your brain. You are moronic.

          >life coaches
          >people who are INCREDIBLY open with the fact that all they do is prop up pyramid schemes, alternative pills, and their own books

          >I don't know the difference between a life coach, a psychiatrist, a CB therapist, a hypnotist, a talk therapist, and a psychologist, so I'm going to roll them all up into a single entity
          You both could use some meds

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous
        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >JFK Sr. let the psychologists do that to Rosemary since she was embarrassing the family
          >modern parents let psychologists do that to their own kids since they are embarrassing the family
          >lobotomy does permanent brain damage
          >Ritalin causes structural changes in the brain(totally not brain damage guize)
          Sorry if facts hurt you Dr. Freud. Maybe you can take a pill for that?

          Ritalin and other similar medications affect the production and absorption of neurotransmitters. That is not comparable to the effects of a lobotomy or other brain surgeries of any kind. And it certainly isn't "cellular slicing."

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >JFK Sr. let the psychologists do that to Rosemary since she was embarrassing the family
        >modern parents let psychologists do that to their own kids since they are embarrassing the family
        >lobotomy does permanent brain damage
        >Ritalin causes structural changes in the brain(totally not brain damage guize)
        Sorry if facts hurt you Dr. Freud. Maybe you can take a pill for that?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >He actually thinks basic stimulants in moderate doses cause brain damage
          guy, please

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          You're the one crying because you refuse to conform to society anon. How does that make you feel?

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >you refuse to conform to society anon. How does that make you feel?
            >tide pod challenge
            >plebbit
            >reality TV
            >wearing masks to protect yourself from a virus that specifically can pass through that mask
            Extremely thankful now that I think about it. How does it make you feel to defend the moronation of the masses?

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              >moron is anti-mask
              Not really a shock
              Anon I diagnose you with mild mental moronation and oppositional-defiant disorder. No wonder you cried about Risperidone - it's the first choice for treating what you have.

              Get back on your mood stabilizer and anti-psychotic

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                He'd be better off on Invega, dude is clearly noncompliant with his meds.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >gets called out
                >immediately jumps to "TAKE THESE DRUGS TO MAKE YOURSELF DO WHAT I WANT YOU TO!"
                >see anon, they totally are a legit profession and not a bunch of pill-pushers ruining people to benefit themselves
                Top kek son. Still not a real science.

                Well, as someone that actually sees patients, meds are the last resort in cases like MDD/ASD/BPD. The docs that sling Prozac and Concerta as cure-alls aren't representative of the profession. I only jump to meds when violence is the primary concern.
                [...]
                You're right. Agree completely.
                [...]
                Depends on the type and the Hx of trauma. If you're a regular guy that had a typical childhood, talking it out won't be helpful unless you want it to. If you have a low-functioning kid with ASD, ABA therapy is very useful, as is DBT for BPD adolescents and young adults. It just depends.

                >The docs that sling Prozac and Concerta as cure-alls aren't representative of the profession.
                So you're telling me you honestly think Prozac, Xanax, and Ritalin are being prescribed at a rate roughly equal to the number of people who actually need the drugs?
                >8 percent of U.S. respondents in grades 8, 10, and 12 in 2022 stated that they used Ritalin within that year.
                >an estimated 28 million Americans -- one in 10 -- currently use (prozac)
                >In 2021, the number of alprazolam(xanax) prescriptions had risen to nearly 15.4 million.
                And this 7 years ago from CBS:
                >New research estimates about one in six American adults takes at least one psychiatric drug over the course of a year.
                I'm willing to believe up to 5% of the population has mental illness bad enough to need medication, but 15%? You don't get those numbers from a few rogue shrinks throwing out prescriptions left and right, that's systematic.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Anon, the person you’re talking to is either a shrink who intentionally forces meds down people’s throats or a fed. Either way, they’re lying to you. Just bully him until he takes the mask off. The only reason anyone does this stuff is emotional satisfaction and money.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Anon I'm not sure you revealing that you're passionately against the use of masks for preventing respiratory illness is "calling me out" so much as accidentally giving away that you're genuinely mentally ill.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >no trust me wearing a piece of paper on your face will totally prevent the virus from going into your mouth
                Fricking moron. This is medsci 101. You use masks to catch your OWN breath, not someone else’s. I feel so fricking bad for that kid you squeezed a confession out of, holy frick. His mom probably murdered her and he’s going to get lynched in prison because of you.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                > You use masks to catch your OWN breath
                Indeed you do.
                Now: why might you ask everyone to wear a mask if there were an infectious disease about that can transfer through water droplets in the breath when the person has no symptoms?
                Think hard.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >ODD
                >Rushing to defend a violent minor
                Who'd you maim

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                N95 masks and other respirator masks are specifically designed to prevent the *inhalation* of harmful particles. Originally this was for protection against dust and chemical fumes, but it does also protect against viruses and bacteria(and pollen). They are not the same as surgical masks.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >This is medsci 101. You use masks to catch your OWN breath

                Yeah, everyone knew that. It helped prevent people with COVID not spread it

                It was awesome. I didn't get sick the entire time people had masks on. I normally get a cold every year because selfish buttholes don't keep their ass home

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                The Xanax is usually prescribed in the ER and at detox clinics. Prozac is overprescribed, but you're citing a survey. Most of the med issues are from low-income adolescents being coached into disability by uncaring parents. It guarantees steady payment at the cost of basically any self-actualization. Very common, just not talked about very much.

                I like how they accused doctors of acting on sadism and then post literal sadistic fantasies about hanging people and shit. Not to sound like a shrink, but could this be the fabled projection?

                I hope it's a larping teen and not some bipolar adult. Either way, it's sad.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >I'm willing to believe up to 5% of the population has mental illness bad enough to need medication, but 15%? You don't get those numbers from a few rogue shrinks throwing out prescriptions left and right, that's systematic.

                Oh15%+ need meds. The better question is why is modern society so difficult that people need to be medicated. Why is it easier to medicate people than to make life easier for us all?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Why is it easier to medicate people than to make life easier for us all?
                Because it's not like there's just one singular obstructive problem that's making everyone miserable. It's a convoluted web of issues and failed systems.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      It's a fairly new field of science, dude. And it's advancing and developing at a much more rapid rate than other fields of medical science did. We are so much further than where we were in the 50s- people had just figured out that cigarettes cause lung cancer back then.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >no bro it’s totally okay that shrinks give people pills even though they literally objectively can’t prove what they do to their brains also recreational drugs are illegal also porn is bad for you also if you don’t obey the government you should be drugged and imprisoned
        I really, really hope you choke on a peanut tomorrow and die in front of your girlfriend or something. You really deserve it.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          but does the girlfriend deserve to be traumatized like that?

          If you’ve never personally traced someone’s fingerprint to their own person while they’re still alive, I don’t want to hear your shit.

          And is that HARD no on the truck?

  17. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Cinemaphile really is the living embody of Joker's Killer Joke.
    Just a bunch of nutcases trying to convince other nutcases how best to be sane.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      have a nice day.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Sorry you had to find out this way.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          I can't believe this shitty edit made me laugh

          frick you i hate smiling

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I was about to get incredibly angry until I realized that you actually mean the joke he's telling; not that you're calling the whole comic "Joker's Killer Joke".

  18. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Why do you care? homosexual

    mind your own business

  19. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I think one problem with therapy is actually that they do not tell you what to do. They just listen and ask questions and you kind of come to your own conclusion. And they will often let you keep paying them even if you feel better or are making no progress.

    The problem isn't so much the therapy but the economic and legal systems we exist in. They need money to eat so they just let you keep coming. And they do not want to be liable for your life choices so they do not directly tell you what to do.

    I remember a female friend who was in therapy because of depression over her dad's death. Her husband yelled at her a lot and was xheating. Therapist didn't tell her to get a divorce. Then one day a guy came up and talked to her while she was crying because her husband was screaming at her and she eventually cheated on hubby and married new guy. Married new guy but he is almost as bad as old hubby. Then she goes to therapy and counseling for how new hubby acts and they pretty much tell her that she can accept all his bad behavior or leave. This dumb b***h, my friend, makes herself accept all his bad behavior from new hubby so she can stay married.

    She needed a life couch. She needed to be told to divorce the first husband that screamed at her and cheated. She should have stayed single and worked on being healthy and spending time with friends. She definitely didn't need to start cheating herself and the marry this other guy who is almost as bad. And she should have never been presented with staying and putting up with abuse as an option.

    More Americans just need to be told what to do. Divorce. Leave. These people's behavior is not acceptable. Leave. Tell them clearly. None of this shit like "you can accept that your mother hit you and move on or end your relationship with your mother's

    Just tell them to leave. They are being abused

  20. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Therapy and Mental Health is something attributed to the left so people on here tend to avoid and insult it on the basis of the culture war

  21. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Most adults who watch cartoons suffer from mental illness and probably have a lot of bad experience with shrinks.

  22. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >mental illness is good
    >normal behavior is wrong
    >expertise is bad
    honk honk

  23. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Today’s lesson: Psychiatry is bad.

  24. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Reminder that this thread is a very literal psyop by Tom King

  25. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    There's tons of cartoons that shit on therapists and lawyers but are there any that shit on HR?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Dilbert

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