Thursday, February 22, 2018

Comments by Ivy Chaya Shiffler

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  • Thanks, I will check out your story! And yes, I hid for a long time in fear and shame, it was like magic however when I finally started sharing the truth I recovered more in a month or two than I did in three years. Thank you for reading and for the kind words.

  • Couldn’t agree more, “the individuals and systems perpetuating the abuse don’t care” …or are somehow blind to the abuse, or lie to themselves that it’s for the greater good, a necessary sacrifice.

  • Brilliant. Thank you. You capture so much of how it feels to be treated that way by a system that is insane. This perspective could be a good book. It could read like a scifi novel but turn out to be fact not fiction!

  • The more I talk about my story, the more stories I here from others that are so similar… it reads sort of as a scam, doesn’t it? If not complete obliviousness/ ignorance, from the ‘professionals.’

  • Wow, some of this is shocking, though I’m ‘not too surprised’ by the reality. The kicker is, even though the ways in which you and I were forcibly removed may have been technically illegal, the law would likely protect the system and the workers who took the actions if we tried to sue. God bless you and your family as well, thank you for taking the time to read my story and share a piece of yours. Maybe we can find a way to use our art to send the message for change and help heal one another. Keep telling your story!

  • I mostly agree… not sure if the intent with the medicine is to cause permanent effects, but I have had the same suspicion, and permanent as well as temporary negative effects are definitely caused by the medication.