My Psychiatric Report
I am considering releasing my psychiatric report to the world on the basis that nothing should be private and to show the sort of rubbish people get paid for. It is about 3 pages long and mostly nothing whatsoever to do with me, irrelevant. I am diagnosed schizophrenic but disagree with labels.
When it finally got around to talking about me it said I am of high intelligence. My brother said that was a mistake.
Our lawyer at the time thought we should ask for a psychiatric report because it might help in a law case we had concerning a right of way dispute which we won and won again on appeal. The idea was that my alleged mental condition meant I suffered stress because of an unnecessary law case, us being sued by the other party. In fact the report made no difference.
Tommy whatever-his-name was is dead, now are you satisfied said a man to my brother after the court cases. He died from drink someone said, young if under 60 is young. He sued us, my brother said, which is true.
People who bring cases they can’t win and who know they are in the wrong don’t need a lawyer, they need a psychiatrist. While on the subject of psychiatry, someone rightly said in a hundred years time the only people talking about modern art will be psychiatrists.
My object in releasing my psychiatric report is to reduce paranoia in the world, but I don’t know if I’m getting very far with attaining that objective. My advice to everyone, publish your psychiatric and medical reports if any. Why be secretive? What have you got to hide, and why? So what if everyone knows, especially if everyone knows all about everyone else. And so they should.
If there is a day of judgement all will be known. Do you look forward to that? Its all very iffy of course, as the English might put it. Iffy is an English word, part of the Queen’s English. Prince Charles is heir to the throne. God save the Queen.
If I could find my psychiatric report I might publish it but that would require me to type it out because I have not got what lawyers call a soft copy. Also, I don’t want to bore people.
Oscar Wilde said being boring is a mortal sin. A friend agreed.
That’s enough to be going on with. A life filled with incident.
Monday, 2nd August, 2021