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Thread: "Cures" prevent the study of spontaneous remission?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gamine View Post
    Hey, thanks!
    There's also more academic and different reviews to my own available on the product page for that book which give a good idea of the content.

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    My experience with anti-psychotics, is that they just dull your thoughts altogether. You no longer have delusional thoughts as strongly because your mind goes somewhat blank. As such, you don't learn about the nature of the delusions controlling your thinking, so you don't adapt to the thoughts. I think the idea is that, if you get rid of the thoughts, and then work on rebuilding your life, you will come back without the delusions, but I don't know if it works like that. I may be misconstruing how anti-psychotics work, but that is my subjective experience.

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