Survivor-researcher Vanessa Furtado writes a eulogy for the man who labeled her as schizophrenic when she was a child, sentencing her to a life of forced (mis)treatments, compounded trauma, and marginalization. The doctor passed away as a well-respected, decorated member of the medical and scientific community. She, on the other hand, keeps on fighting to recover from the wounds inflicted on her. Even today as a Ph.D. candidate trained in psychology, that old label keeps on casting doubts on her sanity and abilities in the eye of fellow scholars and the society at large, delegitimizing her critical work as that of a madwoman holding a grudge against psychiatry. Read in Portuguese or an English translation.