Talk:National Alliance on Mental Illness From Wikipedia, the free
encyclopedia I do not know all about this site or how to use it, but I stand
by what I have added to this page.
If this is not the truth that I have written then I challenge them to bring
me their evidence to refute what I have said here to this talk page.
If you do not want this NAMI page to be biased then you need to help me to
merge this, so that the information I provided from my own writing of these
historical events, that NAMI; the the President of the APA; and the Surgeon
General of the U.S in 2003, is aware of, and partially participated in, does
not go untold. I have also made my state, my states division of the APA, and my
states NAMI organization aware of this information and they can not dispute
this evidence that I have. We have been working to get this information out to
the public since 2003.
I am also a professional advocate, since I have been trained by my state
previous to this and have had personal experience with this for over twenty
years now. I have sat on the board of our states largest disabilities coalition
as the chairperson for mental health in the past and have been involved with my
states consumer advocacy/advisory council previous to this.
I have a Masters of Arts in Education, that I earned back in 1986.
If they want to talk about this information that I have inserted we can, this
needs to be left in this article even if edited by a more seasoned writer of
this site. This is especially true if they choose for this article to be
non-biased, representative, and true.
I wrote the initial article that this information came from so I am the
copyright owner of it. This gives me the right to use it or submit it wherever
and however I see fit. I understand that it is also up to the editors or owners
of sites to let it stand or reject it in part or in whole.--just curious 18:33,
12 January 2007 (UTC)
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