Intergenerational Iatrogenesis

A Story of Diagnosis, Medication, Therapy and Familial Harm In around 1965, when my mother, Anne, was twelve, she was told she was schizophrenic. A smart, quick-witted child with a talent for comedic poetry and a love of Oscar Wilde, she was not suited to the strict, nun-led Catholic schooling thrust upon her. There are […]

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