Good commonsense would nice, if commonsense was not a cover-up of “how” we actually do, being human! That is, the existential nature of being in time. Or, reality beneath the commonsense delusion that we actually “know” ourselves because we can speak, read and write, words. Using our mind’s to regulation the unconscious nature of “Affect Regulation & the Origins of the Self.” (Schore, 1995) As Mark Twain said, Sera. “When we realize that we are all mad, the mystery’s disappear and life stands explained.” While the explanation of life, as Being and Time, has been yielding its secrets to the emerging new science discipline of “psych-physiology,” while commonsense has continued with its dissociated “politics of experience,” not realizing that the politics of the personal, is all about the hidden nature of affect-regulation. Hence the war of words, in the current mental health debate, can be won by showing “how” the best way out, is through. Not from the “surface” perspective of what we do, but the internal context of how we are, human.