In 2020: defining and treating mental 'illne…

vol. 2, issue 1 Greetings, I was sitting in the home office of a clinical psychologist. Behind where she sat facing me, the sun shone through sheer paneled curtains. She was pantomiming rain with her fingers. “You’re very sensitive. You’d have to have a cocktail of drugs to make it work right for you, and that will take time. We’ll have to test a lot of different things,” she said, by way of explaining her phantom rain. She had connections, she told me. People in the medical community who could help.

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