Why You’re Not as Crazy as You May Think

Throughout history, psychology (or what we would consider psychology today) has been used to justify the torture and removal of “undesirables” or those who stood in the way of the powers-that-be. Today, things aren’t as bad, but the basic principle remains and can be used. What is classified as a disease seems to change with political and societal pressures and pressure from the insurance and drug companies. It’s something to think about. Any comments?

If you’re not crazy, what may you be? Watch the video here.

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One thought on “Why You’re Not as Crazy as You May Think

  1. honoriaplum says:

    You are spot-on as usual. I’ve found after moving from one workplace or city to another that people’s responses to my conversation or behaviour can be very different – with the implication that I’m the one who’s strange. It’s very interesting.

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