An outbreak of psychosis – or an understandable crisis?

From Mad in Finland: In the doctors’ notes made at a psychiatric hospital about a decade ago, I am described as a young adult who is unconscious of illness, unable to understand my own best, suffering from a progressive psychotic illness, involuntary medication and involuntary long-term ward treatment, who wanted to move to supported housing after ward treatment. At the moment, I am a person who has studied for a new field, has a permanent job, lives without medication, and wants to stay as far away from the influence of psychiatry now and in the future as possible. Below, in the form of questions and answers, I try to tell what makes me here now – and what I would like to change in psychiatry.

Read the original article here and the English translation here.