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    I have both and i plan to keep them

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    "there are 'so many' different parts that together will help to cure you (basicly, of course)."

    You contradict yourself too much.

    What you said here... IS my point. There is more than one part to a cure. I agree.

    You were originally stating that the 'happy pills' are the cure ONLY. Others were stating that the doctor was the cure. I state it is all part of the cure.

    So... you, with your limited thinking, were completely off the mark. Then you state that the pills are the most definitive part of the cure.

    I also covered this. "In other cases, the medicine will have more effect than the other two. "

    In the cases of psychiatry, there are many different pills given. Did you classify one and only one? No you certainly didn't. What about the famed sugar pills (placebos). They are given as happy pills. The person takes them and gets better.

    Are you saying sugar is the cure in that case? Is this your idea of common sense? If so, I am not impressed.

    You don't have a leg to stand on. What I wrote is solid. You try to shoot holes in it by bending the truth to fit your mentality which lacks common sense in this construct.

    Two facts remain and they are contrary to what you originally stated.... there are multiple stages to a cure and pills MAY NOT be the "most 'extreme place'" for the cure.

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    You originally stated... 'happy pills' are the cure and psychiatrists are not... and now, "there are 'so many' different parts that together will help to cure you (basicly, of course)." Now you state that you were talking about the most 'extreme place' for the cure.


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    Guys...Why are you all writing essays on this? Geez, you sure are initiative here, haha... It takes me so long to read through them but that's ok... And, series, I DON"T have a lot of spare time. I am going to die if I don't start working on my lit review... *sigh* I am female, btw... What kind of male weirdo would take Michelle as their name? Geezz...

    Anyway, Series do you write books? Because I read this book called "f2f" by Philip Finch and the weirdo in the book "Snowflake" sounds exactly like you! No offence but every word in that book reminds me of you... Ya go check it out sometime, if possible in Sweden..
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    contrary to popular belief, canadians rule.

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    What are you talking about? That's kind of off topic, not that I don't like it...
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    this is the off-topic forum, is it not?

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    Of course. Do you live in Canada?
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    Originally posted by *Michelle*
    Of course. Do you live in Canada?
    'Course he does... no one else thinks Canadians rule
    Last edited by Natase; 11-01-2001 at 02:13 AM.

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    Excusér moi?? Canada rocks! And people here are so way more friendly than ppl in the states!
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    Friendly is good...

    Don't canadians have one of the highest standards of living in the world? I remember readíng something like that.

    And canadians don't seem to promiscous either, i also read somewhere that there very little people in comparison to the size of the country.

    Oh well, i really don't know what i'm talking about here...

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    Series X4 1.0:

    >>> Yes, adrianxw (of course it will cost).

    I was chatting to one of my Swedish colleagues. He told me that you pay a small fee, circa 80 SKK per visit to a doctor/hospital, but that there is an annual limit, similaly with medications. You may find that care is not as expensive as you think. If you want me to find out some more for you, my colleagues wife works as a nurse in a hospital in Helsingborg, I'm sure she could give me the full story.

    I was quite suprised to hear you have to pay anything, however small, you don't here. Let me know if you want me to find out the details for you.
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    Originally posted by *Michelle*
    Excusér moi?? Canada rocks! And people here are so way more friendly than ppl in the states!
    Sorry ... just trying to cause a little trouble. I've been living with a canadian for the last year, she's one of the frienliest people I know...

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    What you said here... IS my point. There is more than one part to a cure. I agree.
    Logically, yes. There are actually an 'undefined' number of parts that will 'help' to cure you, like: A boat on the sea, your grandmother, a person working at a lab. You see, this world does not work according to your mind, your mind is working 'in' this world. Logically, 'help' is not people's "goodness", 'help' is different reasons/events that occure in this world.

    Now, when you're trying to "logically" draw the line "two steps back"with the psychiatrist, you have 2 (this is simplified) reasons why you get cured: 'Happy pills' and a psychiatrist. This limitation of yours is because you can't think of it in a bigger picture. 'Nobody' can consider all the reasons why you'll get helped. So, common sense is, take the 'final' and strongest reason.

    And the counselor? He's a part of his own that will help you directly.

    *Michelle*
    Anyway, Series do you write books?
    No, I don't even read normal books. I havn't read a non-academic book in my entire life - those books just teach people lies (a moral).

    Ya go check it out sometime, if possible in Sweden..
    Thanks for the tip, don't think it will happen though.

    Canada rocks! And people here are so way more friendly than ppl in the states!
    Isn't Canada in the states? Is Canada a country or a continent?

    How about the USA? Is it in Africa? Is Africa a country?



    adrianxw
    I was quite suprised to hear you have to pay anything, however small, you don't here. Let me know if you want me to find out the details for you.
    Why not? Actually, that would good to know. Thanks.

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    Originally posted by Series X4 1.0
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    Isn't Canada in the states? Is Canada a country or a continent?

    How about the USA? Is it in Africa? Is Africa a country?


    Ooh, I see, so superior means ignorant, heh? Icic, no wonder you keep saying superior, yes, that fits you very well!
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    Ooh, I see, so superior means ignorant, heh?
    No. 'Superior' and 'ignorant' are very different.

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