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MindFreedom launches campaign to "Boycott Normal"

Here's the latest information about Boycott Normal, a campaign by MindFreedom International to show there is hope for those given psychiatric labels. There is Life After Labels, and life after psychiatric drugging, too.

MindFreedom launches campaign to "Boycott Normal"

Fly your brain balloon far beyond normal with the Boycott Normal Campaign!

 

 

Click here for information about the 10-10 launch of the Boycott Normal, on World Mental Health Day, 10 October 2011. The MindFreedom Lane County will launch the Boycott Normal campaign with a Youtubed peaceful street theater in front of a Chamber of Commerce office. What is called "normal" is wrecking Earth's environment, and the Chamber is one of the main entities blocking action on the Climate Crisis. We'll have fun asking, "Is it possible to be crazier than 'normal'?"

 

For info on 5-5 calendar item click here: The 5th of May 2012 is the start of the American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting in Philadelphia that approves psychiatry's newest "Label Bible," the DSM 5. You are encouraged to hold "Boycott Normal" activities internationally before, during and after.

To download a free one-page PDF about Boycott Normal, click here. 

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I joined MindFreedom after learning about the Ray Sandford campaign. It was so good to find a group with a common goal. Feeling the support, knowing I'm not alone has been very comforting. It was such a relief to find this organization. Keep up the good work! I am a survivor of 58 electroshocks with a strong desire to see electroshock abolished. I am willing to talk to anyone who is willing to listen. I have even talked to some who don't want to hear about it! I had post-procedure pain from my electroshock. I struggle daily with memory loss from electroshock. I am 69 years old, widowed, mother of 5, grandmother of 7 and great grandma to my new baby girl, 'Sophie.' She's beautiful!
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