"Section 3 Failure(notable action surround that..."

About: Northgate Hospital

I was a patient between May and August 2013 and November to March 2014 in Great Yarmouth. Anything I write is based on behaviour and my own personal experience which can be traced back over 45 years. If it is rejected then you are none the wiser and neither am I. So effectively there is a double loss. I have been saddled with minimal personal success and my personal life so far is wrecked. Any good intention with the use of drugs, in my limited opinion, is bound to be a disaster in the medium to long term. Hence the revolving-door syndromes. Any course of personal action or reaction is prematurely allayed by complicated drug regimes. They appear to serve no proper purpose once the patient (i.e. me in this instance) complies and is immediately put at a physical and mental disadvantage. No matter whatever the diagnosis that is made it is then that, usually, if the 'patient' refuses to comply with a doctor it is easy to recognise what usually happens- a 'section 3' is brought about and restricts still further the normal desires and future plans the 'patient' may pertain to within that action potential. That is basically the sum of all outstanding relevant parts of being a patient. Then, thereby, throw in the police to confirm any

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