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How would this generation compare to our parents, with men away at war and bombs falling?

'' Ooh! Me mental 'elf is suffrin' ''
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I think in years gone by there was plenty folk with mental health issues ... it just wasn't spoken about perhaps?
So he'd prefer a cemetary full of people who had excellent mental health when they were alive?
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Yeah mamy thats the one. Hope you can access mamy's link jourdain
Yes I got that link, thank you mamya. She is speaking sense, I don't disagree really with anything she says. This 'caring-dictatorship' needs to end. OH and I are disbelieving and very distressed about what seems to have happened to the British people.
jourdain.

//////OH and I are disbelieving and very distressed about what seems to have happened to the British people.////

So besides coming onto AB,what do you intend to about it?
// '' Ooh! Me mental 'elf is suffrin' ''//

Mona Lott: its only being as happy as keeps me going
( ITMA 1940-45)

me au da: ( born 1906) recalled a boerse saying - "oh my nerves oh the war did my nerves!" - and a Boer said at the same gathering "oh what does a boerse know about nerves?"
The war in this case was the 2 Boer War 1899-1902
oops he grew up in Pretoria

1939 - the govt emptied the beds in London waiting for Germany to flatten london and produce 100 000 war casualties - mainly war psychosis
* whihc must therefore have been a problem at the end of the Great War or they wdnt have planned for it

so -- oo my mental elf is sufferin
has been around for around 100 y
// it just wasn't spoken about perhaps?//
well yeah - no

people have gone into closed communities - amish etc and found as much psychopathy ( madness and mad people) as outside

and esquirel 1850 observed ( as other have since ) that if you empty the psych hospitals then you fill the prisons

BUT certain things are now not observed
neurasthenia and chlorosis
and catatonic schixophrenia - common in the 1800s is rarely seen now
// So he'd prefer a cemetary full of people who had excellent mental health when they were alive?//

I think you refer to the saying
the graveyards are full of tombstones which say
the doctors said it was hysteria
Now mental elf as ter be broadcast far and wide.

Luckame! Luckame! Amsuffrin!

(Got me gud top on coz am on the telly!)
It would be good to remove all restrictions, just don't expect to get into hospital if you fall ill
We have sufficient hospitals. We built a load of new ones (presently unused). And most who get ill do not need to be admitted to hospital anyway. Besides, less drastic restrictions can always be reapplied if the admission rate soars. Meanwhile it's far below that from earlier in the year.
I work near 2 undertaker businesses & have not seen any occupied hearses in months; plus few funerals at the local crem. I ride the horse past hospitals, ambulances stand static & medics chatting/smoking outside. As they pat the horse they tell me most wards are empty but staff are obliged to attend the hospitals (2 near me).
"Besides, less drastic restrictions can always be reapplied if the admission rate soars."

By which time its too late

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