Friday, April 18, 2014

Affective Disorders

Schizoaffective is similar to schizophrenia just like bipolar. It's not both. That's the confusion. The label needs changed to just "affective disorder" because it's neither bipolar or schizophrenia it means you are "affected" by milder symptoms and they arent even extreme enough to be put into a single category. It's a good thing not a bad thing. I've stayed out of the hospital for eight years now. I haven't needed to go back either the legit place I went to told me that since I wasn't really that bad I was just anxious and needed to stop stressing. They said it was only for extremely sick or suicidal people. So that's a really good thing that I've kept myself out of the hospital so that is one sign that I am doing well. I'm also med compliant.

Your Daily Dose of Fear

(Warning, these are just some of my worries and fears. It's not quite paranoia because no one ever proved me wrong. But just because I mull over worries about civil rights doesn't mean I would act irrationally or defensively. Just because I have a diagnosis of schizoaffective disorder doesn't mean I am a radical or someone who is prone to violence. No, war is violence and I chose not to keep silent.)

You have to be careful everyone. Don't tell anyone you have schizophrenia unless they follow HIPPA and keep it confidential. I'm seriously nervous about the way the system is panning out. Don't do drugs, don't talk about weed until it's actually legalized and even then do not hang out with people who aren't trustworthy. You will know the signs of social paranoia and it's hitting the public hard. A massive sweep is going on. My father is not intentionally in on it and he is proud of what he does. But people are being used as tools and no one knows how deep this goes. It's a test of human dignity. Stand up for yourselves. You have a right to say no.

In essence, they're trying to start a civil war and they're going to attack people with mental health issues because we're the easiest targets for them. That's how they're going to instill the draft and fight Russia just like I predicted, before Asia attacks. Asia will side with Russia and no one is going to defend the U.S. so what will happen is everyone will be up in arms and then Asia will unite and initiate a nuclear attack against U.S. meanwhile we're brainwashing our citizens preparing for global war. Then after that will be the end of the world.

Maybe that's why I want people to stop thinking they can just go and take what isn't theirs. We've all been dealt a hand of cards. Cheaters don't win. I don't cheat. I'm honest. I love freedom and cutting off aid to Egypt was the first error. Secondly, adding 60 million dollars to a phony bill to aid healthcare, that is basically going to make it legal for anyone with a mental illness to be hospitalized against their will--this will do nothing.

Just make more people disabled. That won't actually help anything. You wanna know why...because by then our economy will have completely shattered, and you can't just send in more people to replace Americans. We are Americans. Once America is gone, the world is gone. America was the leading Nation because it stood for something, and it still does. If we can keep America, America then we can keep Earth Earth. No one's gonna save us. There are no aliens, this is pure stupidity.

Why would the NSA have access to U.S. citizen's electronic medical and mental healthcare records? So that we can be targeted individually, we already know they collect our cellphone records, spending habits, web browsing statistics, political affiliations, beliefs, mental and physical issues, this is a massive mind control program and that's why those who resist mental health are broken down. Because we resisted control and weren't slaves or patsies to some world-wide pyramid scheme that was written on a piece of paper and that no one bought. Our country is going into debt on purpose so that those on the top can continue to trample our broken bleeding souls. This is a power grab.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Finding a New Psychiatrist

I'm in the process of finding a new psychiatrist. Mine is now on vacation after a month of telling me I can only come in on tuesdays at 8 am.

You are Not Alone (Nami Submission)

Sunday, April 13, 2014

Where is the Outrage?

As lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are endorsing legislation to allow Americans purchasing health care coverage in the individual market to stay in their existing insurance plans, they’re ignoring a far more pressing coverage problem in the 26 states that have yet to expand their Medicaid programs. There, five million working poor Americans could be denied access to affordable insurance altogether.
The stories of private market enrollees being forced to purchase more substantive insurance have animated politics for the last three weeks. But the failure of 25 states to expand Medicaid coverage to 133 percent of the federal poverty line, as envisioned by reform, is actually far more disastrous and undermines the promise of health care for the millions who earn “too much to qualify for Medicaid but not enough to qualify for Marketplace premium tax credits.”
Relying on analysis form the Kaiser Family Foundation, ThinkProgress compared the numbers of lower-income Americans who are denied coverage by GOP-controlled legislatures or governors to the public estimates of residents receiving cancellation notices in those states’ individual markets. Though the public debate has focused on the loss of individual private plans, the working poor are far more likely to go without insurance:
The problem plaguing recipients of cancellation notices is even less severe than the graphic above would suggest. Nationally, approximately 15 million people are purchasing individual plans, but just 5 million remain in those plans for a year or more — the majority switch to more comprehensive insurance.
Some percentage of these five million enrollees will be able to stay in their cancelled policies for longer, as state insurance commissioners and insurers adopt the Obama administration’s new flexibility rule, allowing existing plans to continue offering coverage for at least a year. But even the millions who do have to enroll in new policies in 2014 will do so with the aid of a tax credit and will pay less or a comparable price for more comprehensive coverage. Approximately 48 percent “of people now buying their own insurance would be eligible for a tax credit that would offset their premium,” Kaiser estimates. More than one million “will be eligible for Medicaid starting in 2014.” That leaves 2.1 million to 2.4 million Americans who are too wealthy to qualify for assistance and will have to pay more for insurance under the new system.
Compare that to the 5 million Americans who fall into the coverage gap. They are the working poor cashiers, cooks, nurses’ aides, waiters and waitresses who were intended to benefit the most under reform, yet will continue to struggle to afford coverage as a result of the GOP’s political calculations. “Blacks are disproportionately affected,” the New York Times recently reported, “largely because more of them are poor and living in Southern states. In all, 6 out of 10 blacks live in the states not expanding Medicaid.”
Yet the very same Republican lawmakers and conservative advocacy groups who have seized on the cancellation notices to argue that the law has failed are actively campaigning to prevent states from expanding public health insurance to these people. They claim that expansion would cost states millions, even though the federal government will pick up nearly all of the costs of coverage (100 percent for the first three years, phasing down to 90 percent in 2020 and all subsequent years), paying nearly 93 percent the cost over the next nine years, according to the Congressional Budget Office.