17 U.S. Code § 107 - Limitations on exclusive rights: Fair use

Notwithstanding the provisions of sections 106 and 106A, the fair use of a copyrighted work, including such use by reproduction in copies or phonorecords or by any other means specified by that section, for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright. In determining whether the use made of a work in any particular case is a fair use the factors to be considered shall include—
(1) the purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes [all mirrored content falls under this clause, any ads present are mirrored from the original site, mirrored content earns me no revenue whatsoever];
(2) the nature of the copyrighted work [this is a unique resource for the mentally ill, and preservation of it can be argued to be incredibly important];
(3) the amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole; and
(4) the effect of the use upon the potential market for or value of the copyrighted work. [none, as the original work no longer exists outside of archive.org and this website - update: the original site is intermittantly completely unavailable and has a SSL certificate that expired months ago, so this still holds as most users will be unable to access it easily if at all (and now as of May 2018 the original site is completely offline and no longer even has any A records in its DNS)]
The fact that a work is unpublished shall not itself bar a finding of fair use if such finding is made upon consideration of all the above factors.

This domain is not controlled by Jerod Poore, and I will NOT continue redirecting traffic from this domain to crazymeds.us [as I formerly did] while Jerod continues with his immature temper tantrum over adblock or continues to fail to maintain his site, fucking over his entire community and countless visitors in the process.

This mirror is unfortunately incomplete (and very slightly outdated), as /CrazyTalk/ was not included when I scraped the site (it was far too large to scrape given the site's extremely poor performance, my wish to avoid worsening the poor performance further, and other factors). If you're looking for a replacement forum, I suggest visiting https://www.crazyboards.org/forums/. There are issues with many of the mirrored pages, I am working on identifying and fixing them, but I do not have the time to address every single issue at this moment (although by now the majority of these issues have been resolved). Dynamic content is obviously completely broken (this is beyond my control), and the loss of /CrazyTalk/ is quite bad given how much good user-generated info was on there, but you have Jerod to "thank" for that. Maybe I'll bring it back online at some point, but it wouldn't be the same as before. For now, I suggest visiting CrazyBoards instead.



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All drug names are the trademarks of someone else.  Look on the appropriate PI sheets or ask [[http://www.google.com|Google]] who the owners are.  The way pharmaceutical companies buy each other and swap products like Monopoly™ real estate, the ownership of any trademarks may have changed without my noticing.
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All drug names are the trademarks of someone else.  Look on the appropriate PI sheets or ask Google who the owners are.  The way pharmaceutical companies buy each other and swap products like Monopoly™ real estate, the ownership of any trademarks may have changed without my noticing.
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All of the above goes double for anyone under 16, especially since this site is not for, about, nor designed to attract anyone under 16.

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All of the above goes double for anyone under 16, especially since this site is not for, about, nor designed to attract anyone under 16.  If you're under 16, for God's sake find an adult you trust to talk with.  There has to be a {-priest-} {-counselor-} {-family member-} {-teacher-} {-Scout Master-} fuck, you might be better off hanging around the Greyhound station until you meet a stranger in a van looking for a lost puppy carrying a bag of candy.  No, wait, don't do that.  [[http://www.teenhealthandwellness.com/static/hotlines|Start here if you're in crisis mode]], or one of the Community, Info, and Support sites on the right sidebar.  [[Site/RightBar|Click here if you don't see the right sidebar]].


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!!Broken News
The domain Crazymeds is hosted on uses a version of SSL that ''is not'' affected by the Heartbleed bug. That’s one of the many reasons why I pay a lot of money and keep this site on Lunarpages.

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Be we really don't give much of a rat's ass about who you are, what your e-mail address is (except that a valid one is required if you register for [[https://crazymeds.net/CrazyTalk|the Crazy Meds Talk forum]]), where you live (other than the country), how much money you have[^##donate^], or anything like that.  I do need to know about the computers and browsers used to access this site.  The wiki and forum software will, in theory, automatically give you the format that will look the best for you depending on if you're using a real computer[^##old^] or a mobile device, and if it is a mobile device whether it is a tablet or a phone, and what the screen dimensions are.  Google likes to know that as well, so they can tailor their ads to you.  Why that makes a difference to them is beyond me, but they know best, right?
[^##donate Unless you feel like sending me some, or buying some Crazy Meds merchandise.  In which case I care that you do so ''only'' if you can ''really'' afford to.^]
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Be we really don't give much of a rat's ass about who you are, what your e-mail address is (except that a valid one is required if you register for [[https://crazymeds.net/CrazyTalk|the Crazymeds Talk forum]]), where you live (other than the country), how much money you have[^##donate^], or anything like that.  I do need to know about the computers and browsers used to access this site.  The wiki and forum software will, in theory, automatically give you the format that will look the best for you depending on if you're using a real computer[^##old^] or a mobile device, and if it is a mobile device whether it is a tablet or a phone, and what the screen dimensions are.  Google likes to know that as well, so they can tailor their ads to you.  Why that makes a difference to them is beyond me, but they know best, right?
[^##donate Unless you feel like sending me some, or buying some Crazymeds merchandise.  In which case I care that you do so ''only'' if you can ''really'' afford to.^]
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So we're all about [[http://www.hon.ch/HONcode/Guidelines/hc_p3.html|HON code principle 3 - confidentiality]]. The only statistics I keep and make accessible to others are how many people read this site, which countries do all y'all hail from, and which search terms were used to find this place.  I am once again publishing site statistics.  I have published the approximate percentage of browser usage, and have discussed the percentage of people using mobile devices and which ones they use.
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So we're all about [[http://www.hon.ch/HONcode/Guidelines/hc_p3.html|HON code principle 3 - confidentiality]]. The only statistics I keep and make accessible to others are how many people read this site, which countries do all y'all hail from, and which search terms were used to find this place.  I am once again publishing [[Sources/Stats|site statistics]].  I have published the approximate percentage of browser usage, and have discussed the percentage of people using mobile devices and which ones they use.
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The forum software (Invision Power Board, or IPB) requires cookies to work.  It saves your login information, when you were last on so it can tell you which topics are new, that sort of stuff.  IPB software doesn't track where you go or collect any information about you.  Cookies are required only if you wish to be a member of the forum, but you don't need to accept cookies to read without joining.  The wiki software for the drug pages now creates a bunch of cookies in order determine the best display based on the device you're using, and to remember any settings you've selected.
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!!!And Don't Go Near My Kids!
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Be we really don't give much of a rat's ass about who you are, what your e-mail address is (except that a valid one is required if you register for [[https://crazymeds.net/CrazyTalk|the Crazy Meds Talk forum]]), where you live (other than the country), how much money you have, or anything like that.  I do need to know about the computers and browsers used to access this site.  The wiki and forum software will, in theory, automatically give you the format that will look the best for you depending on if you're using a real computer[^##old^] or a mobile device, and if it is a mobile device whether it is a tablet or a phone, and what the screen dimensions are.  Google likes to know that as well, so they can tailor their ads to you.  Why that makes a difference to them is beyond me, but they know best, right?
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Be we really don't give much of a rat's ass about who you are, what your e-mail address is (except that a valid one is required if you register for [[https://crazymeds.net/CrazyTalk|the Crazy Meds Talk forum]]), where you live (other than the country), how much money you have[^##donate^], or anything like that.  I do need to know about the computers and browsers used to access this site.  The wiki and forum software will, in theory, automatically give you the format that will look the best for you depending on if you're using a real computer[^##old^] or a mobile device, and if it is a mobile device whether it is a tablet or a phone, and what the screen dimensions are.  Google likes to know that as well, so they can tailor their ads to you.  Why that makes a difference to them is beyond me, but they know best, right?
[^##donate Unless you feel like sending me some, or buying some Crazy Meds merchandise.  In which case I care that you do so ''only'' if you can ''really'' afford to.^]
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The forum software (Invision Power Board, or IPB) requires cookies to work.  It save your login information, when you were last on so it can tell you which topics are new, that sort of stuff.  IPB software doesn't track where you go or collect any information about you.  Cookies are required only if you wish to be a member of the forum, but you don't need to accept cookies to read without joining.  The wiki software for the drug pages now creates a bunch of cookies in order determine the best display based on the device you're using, and to remember any settings you've selected.

There
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Google is giving you a cookie when you visit any page on this site that has advertising, which means every page on this site.  It's all part of their targeted advertising campaign.  You know, making the ads more relevant to you by tracking the websites you visit and all that.  [[http://www.theonion.com/content/news/amazon_recommendations_understand|Reality is catching up with satire]] and/or science fiction faster and faster these days.  If you don't want the new masters of the universe tracking the websites you visit you have two options.  You can [[http://www.google.com/privacy/ads/|opt out of this service]] (because it's ''always'' opt out) and/or do what I do, which is setting your browser to never accept third-party cookies.  For more information read the page with the opt-out option, as it also has Google's new privacy information regarding ads.
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Google is giving you a cookie when you visit any page on this site that has advertising, which means every page on this site.  It's all part of their targeted advertising campaign.  You know, making the ads more relevant to you by tracking the websites you visit and all that.  [[http://www.theonion.com/content/news/amazon_recommendations_understand|Reality is catching up with satire]] and/or science fiction faster and faster these days.  If you don't want {-the new masters of the universe-} {-my nearly-sentient global Overlord-} Google and, perhaps, some of the sites on the ads you click tracking the websites you visit you have two options.  You can [[http://www.google.com/privacy/ads/|opt out of this service]] (because it's ''always'' opt out) and/or do what I do, which is setting your browser to never accept third-party cookies.  For more information read the page with the opt-out option, as it also has Google's new privacy information regarding ads.  Google also requires you to have third-party cookies activated in order to like/share us, Facebook will probably require that soon, and I have no idea what other social media/bookmarking site want.  While [[Sources/Support|liking us helps us a great deal]], it's certainly not required to read this site.
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Oh, don't be embarrassed by our being amused by your particular choice of search terms, we have no way of connecting a search to you. Whoever needed to know about "Prozac" and "porno boobs," I hope you found what you were looking for.  We do our best with that sort of thing.  We don't know who you are, where you are or when you were even looking for that connection. It would be difficult for the FBI to track you down if they had to, for us it's utterly impossible.
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Oh, don't be embarrassed by our being amused by your particular choice of search terms, we have no way of connecting a search to you. Whoever needed to know about "Prozac" and "porno boobs," I hope you found what you were looking for.  We do our best with that sort of thing.  We don't know who you are, where you are or when you were even looking for that connection. It would even be difficult for the fucking NSA to track you down if they wanted to, for us it's utterly impossible.
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All drug names are the trademarks of someone else.  Look on the appropriate PI sheets or ask [[http://www.google.com|Google]] who the owners are.  The way pharmaceutical companies buy each other and swap products like Monopoly™ real estate, the ownership of any trademarks may have changed without my noticing.

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Be we really don't give much of a rat's ass about who you are, what your e-mail address is (except that a valid one is required if you register for [[https://crazymeds.net/CrazyTalk|the Crazy Meds Talk forum]]), where you live (other than the country), how much money you have, {-what sort of computer you use-} or anything like that.  Actually, I now need to know about the computers and browsers used to access this site.  The wiki and forum software will, in theory, give you the better-looking formats of the two options available depending on if you're using a mobile device or a real computer[^##old^].  Google likes to know that as well, so they can tailor their ads to you.  Why that makes a difference to them is beyond me, but they know best, right?
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Be we really don't give much of a rat's ass about who you are, what your e-mail address is (except that a valid one is required if you register for [[https://crazymeds.net/CrazyTalk|the Crazy Meds Talk forum]]), where you live (other than the country), how much money you have, or anything like that.  I do need to know about the computers and browsers used to access this site.  The wiki and forum software will, in theory, automatically give you the format that will look the best for you depending on if you're using a real computer[^##old^] or a mobile device, and if it is a mobile device whether it is a tablet or a phone, and what the screen dimensions are.  Google likes to know that as well, so they can tailor their ads to you.  Why that makes a difference to them is beyond me, but they know best, right?
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So we're all about [[http://www.hon.ch/HONcode/Guidelines/hc_p3.html|HON code principle 3 - confidentiality]]. The only statistics I keep and make accessible to others are how many people read this site, which countries do all y'all hail from, and which search terms were used to find this place.  I've since removed those statistics from the site and don't know if they'll be published again.  I have published the approximate percentage of browser usage, and have discussed the number of people who visit the site as well as the percentage of mobile devices used.

The forum software also requires cookies to work.  I can find out the IP addresses of visitors if absolutely required.  It's the only way we can effectively ban total dickweeds.  And [[https://crazymeds.net/UserAgreement.htm|as stated in the user agreement]], you start discussing anything highly illegal, like selling drugs, you can bet your ass it gets turned over to the appropriate law enforcement officials as soon as it's asked for.  And, sure, we've discussed which browsers have been used on occasion.  But only
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On the subject of Crazy Meds Talk, the software used for the forum (Invision Power Board IPB) uses a few cookies to save your login information, when
you were last on so it can tell you which topics are new, that sort of stuff.  IPB software doesn't track where you go or collect any information about you.  Cookies are required if you wish to be a member of the forum, but you don't need to accept cookies to read without joining.  There is an option to delete all the cookies associated with your IPB session if you don't like any cookies hanging around.
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So we're all about [[http://www.hon.ch/HONcode/Guidelines/hc_p3.html|HON code principle 3 - confidentiality]]. The only statistics I keep and make accessible to others are how many people read this site, which countries do all y'all hail from, and which search terms were used to find this place.  I am once again publishing site statistics.  I have published the approximate percentage of browser usage, and have discussed the percentage of people using mobile devices and which ones they use.

I can find out
the IP addresses of visitors if absolutely required.  It's the only way we can effectively ban spammers and other total dickweeds.  And [[https://crazymeds.net/UserAgreement.htm|as stated in the user agreement]], you start discussing anything highly illegal, like selling drugs, you can bet your ass it gets turned over to the appropriate law enforcement officials as soon as it's asked for.  At least if they ask for it within two weeks, which is the maximum time the backup of the access logs hang around.

The forum software (Invision Power Board, or IPB) requires cookies
to work.  It save your login information, when you were last on so it can tell you which topics are new, that sort of stuff.  IPB software doesn't track where you go or collect any information about you.  Cookies are required only if you wish to be a member of the forum, but you don't need to accept cookies to read without joining.  The wiki software for the drug pages now creates a bunch of cookies in order determine the best display based on the device you're using, and to remember any settings you've selected. 

There used to be an option to delete all the cookies associated with your IPB session if you don't like any cookies hanging
around, you now need to do that manually.  You need to manually remove the cookies the wiki software creates.  While many, but not all of the cookies begin with crazy_meds_ , all of them are in a folder named crazymeds.net, so searching for crazymeds or crazymeds.net will show you all of the cookies created by both the forum and the wiki software.  How you find and delete cookies depends on the browser and device you are using.
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Google, on the other hand, is giving you a cookie when you visit any page on this site that has advertising.  It's all part of their new (starting 8 April, 2009) targeted advertising campaign.  You know, making the ads more relevant to you by tracking the websites you visit and all that.  [[http://www.theonion.com/content/news/amazon_recommendations_understand|Reality is catching up with satire]] and/or science fiction faster and faster these days.  If you don't want the new masters of the universe tracking the websites you visit you have two options.  You can [[http://www.google.com/privacy/ads/|opt out of this service]] (because it's ''always'' opt out) and/or do what I do, which is setting your browser to never accept third-party cookies.  For more information read the page with the opt-out option, as it also has Google's new privacy information regarding ads. 
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Google is giving you a cookie when you visit any page on this site that has advertising, which means every page on this site.  It's all part of their targeted advertising campaign.  You know, making the ads more relevant to you by tracking the websites you visit and all that.  [[http://www.theonion.com/content/news/amazon_recommendations_understand|Reality is catching up with satire]] and/or science fiction faster and faster these days.  If you don't want the new masters of the universe tracking the websites you visit you have two options.  You can [[http://www.google.com/privacy/ads/|opt out of this service]] (because it's ''always'' opt out) and/or do what I do, which is setting your browser to never accept third-party cookies.  For more information read the page with the opt-out option, as it also has Google's new privacy information regarding ads. 
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Coming out of the mental health closet is your decision. Stigma is a big deal in the English-speaking world. Just because we're all out in the open about everything doesn't mean you have to be. You may not be in a place in your life to come out. That's fine with us. We respect your privacy.
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Coming out of the mental health closet is your decision. Stigma is a big deal in the English-speaking world. Just because I'm all out in the open about everything doesn't mean you have to be. You may not be in a place in your life to come out. That's fine with us. We respect your privacy.
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Be we really don't give much of a rat's ass about who you are, what your e-mail address is (except that a valid one is required if you register for [[https://crazymeds.net/CrazyTalk|the Crazy Meds Talk forum]]), where you live, how much money you have, what sort of computer you use or anything like that.  So we're all about [[http://www.hon.ch/HONcode/Guidelines/hc_p3.html|HON code principle 3 - confidentiality]]. The only statistics I keep and make accessible to others are how many people read this site, which countries do all y'all hail from, and which search terms were used to find this place.
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Be we really don't give much of a rat's ass about who you are, what your e-mail address is (except that a valid one is required if you register for [[https://crazymeds.net/CrazyTalk|the Crazy Meds Talk forum]]), where you live (other than the country), how much money you have, {-what sort of computer you use-} or anything like that.  Actually, I now need to know about the computers and browsers used to access this site.  The wiki and forum software will, in theory, give you the better-looking formats of the two options available depending on if you're using a mobile device or a real computer[^##old^].  Google likes to know that as well, so they can tailor their ads to you.  Why that makes a difference to them is beyond me, but they know best, right?
[^##old It's obvious how old I am, isn't it?^]

So we're all about [[http://www.hon.ch/HONcode/Guidelines/hc_p3.html|HON code principle 3 - confidentiality]]. The only statistics I keep and make accessible to others are how many people read this site, which countries do all y'all hail from, and which search terms were used to find this place.  I've since removed those statistics from the site and don't know if they'll be published again.  I have published the approximate percentage of browser usage, and have discussed the number of people who visit the site as well as the percentage of mobile devices used
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Google, on the other hand, is giving you a cookie when you visit any page on this site that has advertising.  It's all part of their new (starting 8 April, 2009) targeted advertising campaign.  You know, making the ads more relevant to you by tracking the websites you visit and all that.  [[http://www.theonion.com/content/news/amazon_recommendations_understand|Reality is catching up with satire]] and/or science fiction faster and faster these days.  If you don't want the new masters of the universe tracking the websites you visit you have two options.  You can [[http://www.google.com/privacy/ads/|opt out of this service]] (because it's ''always'' opt out) and/or do what I do, which is setting your browser to never accept third-party cookies.  For more information read the page with the opt-out option, as it also has Google's new privacy information regarding ads.  For everyone who likes hot office babes, watch the videos of Maile Ohye explaining cookies in general and how ads like Google's work to magically know what your most hidden desires are.
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Google, on the other hand, is giving you a cookie when you visit any page on this site that has advertising.  It's all part of their new (starting 8 April, 2009) targeted advertising campaign.  You know, making the ads more relevant to you by tracking the websites you visit and all that.  [[http://www.theonion.com/content/news/amazon_recommendations_understand|Reality is catching up with satire]] and/or science fiction faster and faster these days.  If you don't want the new masters of the universe tracking the websites you visit you have two options.  You can [[http://www.google.com/privacy/ads/|opt out of this service]] (because it's ''always'' opt out) and/or do what I do, which is setting your browser to never accept third-party cookies.  For more information read the page with the opt-out option, as it also has Google's new privacy information regarding ads. 
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The forum software also requires cookies to work.  I can find out the IP addresses of visitors if absolutely required.  It's the only way we can effectively ban total dickweeds.  And [[https://crazymeds.net/UserAgreement.htm|as stated in the user agreement]], you start discussing anything highly illegal, like selling drugs, you can bet your ass it gets turned over to the appropriate law enforcement officials as soon as it's asked for.  And, sure, we've discussed which browsers have been used on occasion.  But only to make things easier for everyone, not as part of the Windows World Domination scheme.
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Know your sources! Don't trust any random website. Just because it's on the Internet doesn't automatically make it true!

It's important for
you to know if a website is trustworthy or not. The Internet is full of anonymous fearmongers who have nothing better to do than make you distrust a medication or therapy that could very well work for you just because it didn't work for them.  Health information sites are accredited by the good people at [[http://www.hon.ch/|Health On the Net]]. To be accredited a site has to live up to their [[http://www.hon.ch/Conduct.html|Code of Conduct]]. If a site bears the seal of HON accreditation, then you can trust the information presented there.  The information may be out of date or incorrect, we've got plenty of that here, but at least it's an honest effort and probably no more wrong than most doctors.[[<<]]

Even if a site doesn't bother with HON accreditation, or is about something else entirely - although there are plenty of organizations that certify accuracy for all sorts of things - there are a few things you can check to know if a website is as good, if not better, than the latest self-help book[^##book^].  This is what you should ask, along with our answers:
[^##book You're on your own in determining if
the information in a self-help book is any good or not.  I've yet to find a study on the matter.  There are plenty out there on bibliotherapy - using self-help books instead of, or along with traditional psychotherapy - but nothing about the accuracy of information regarding medication, or even how good diet books are when it comes to simple things like the caloric content of various foods.^]

[[Sources.CrazyPeople|Who are these crazy people?]]

[[Sources.Bibliography|Why do they think they know so much?]]

[[Sources.Money|Where does their money come from?]]

[[Sources.Privacy|Are they part of the CONSPIRACY that is monitoring my online activities?]]

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!!Why Can
't You Just Leave Me The Hell Alone?!?!?

Don't worry, we will.

We care about you. We care that
you get the right meds, or don't take meds if they aren't appropriate at all. We care about your health.

Be we really don't give much of
a rat's ass about who you are, what your e-mail address is (except that a valid one is required if you register for [[http://www.crazymeds.us/CrazyTalk|the Crazy Meds Talk forum]]), where you live, how much money you have, what sort of computer you use or anything like that.  The forum software also requires cookies to work.  I can find out the IP addresses of visitors if absolutely required.  It's the only way we can effectively ban total dickweeds.  And [[https://crazymeds.net/UserAgreement.htm|as stated in the user agreement]], you start discussing anything highly illegal, like selling drugs, you can bet your ass it gets turned over to the appropriate law enforcement officials as soon as it's asked for.  And, sure, we've discussed which browsers have been used on occasion.  But only to make things easier for everyone, not as part of the Windows World Domination scheme.

On the subject of Crazy Meds Talk,
the software used for the forum (Invision Power Board IPB) uses a few cookies to save your login information, when you were last on so it can tell you which topics are new, that sort of stuff.  IPB software doesn't track where you go or collect any information about you.  Cookies are required if you wish to be a member of the forum, but you don't need to accept cookies to read without joining.  There is an option to delete all the cookies associated with your IPB session if you don't like any cookies hanging around.

Google, on the other hand, is giving
you a cookie when you visit any page on this site that has advertising.  It's all part of their new (starting 8 April, 2009) targeted advertising campaign.  You know, making the ads more relevant to you by tracking the websites you visit and all that.  [[http://www.theonion.com/content/news/amazon_recommendations_understand|Reality is catching up with satire]] and/or science fiction faster and faster these days.  If you don't want the new masters of the universe tracking the websites you visit you have two options.  You can [[http://www.google.com/privacy/ads/|opt out of this service]] (because it's ''always'' opt out) and/or do what I do, which is setting your browser to never accept third-party cookies.  For more information read the page with the opt-out option, as it also has Google's new privacy information regarding ads.  For everyone who likes hot office babes, watch the videos of Maile Ohye explaining cookies in general and how ads like Google's work to magically know what your most hidden desires are.

Another thing that is of interest to us is how you came to visit us, and if you found this site through a search engine what particular words you used in your search. Sometimes those search terms help us try to make this site better. Sometimes they just amuse us to no end.

Oh, don't be embarrassed by our being amused by your particular choice of search terms, we have no way of connecting a search to you. Whoever needed to know about "Prozac" and "porno boobs," I hope you found what you were looking for.  We do our best with that sort of thing.  We don't know who you are, where you are or when you were even looking for that connection. It would be difficult for the FBI to track you down if they had to, for us it's utterly impossible.

Coming out of the mental health closet is your decision. Stigma is a big deal in the English-speaking world. Just because we're all out in the open about everything doesn't mean you have to be. You may not be in a place in your life to come out. That's fine with us. We respect your privacy.
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Know your sources! Don't trust any random website. Just because it's on the Internet doesn't automatically make it true!

It's important for you to know if a website is trustworthy or not. The Internet is full of anonymous fearmongers who have nothing better to do than make you distrust a medication or therapy that could very well work for you just because it didn't work for them.  Health information sites are accredited by the good people at [[http://www.hon.ch/|Health On the Net]]. To be accredited a site has to live up to their [[http://www.hon.ch/Conduct.html|Code of Conduct]]. If a site bears the seal of HON accreditation, then you can trust the information presented there.  The information may be out of date or incorrect, we've got plenty of that here, but at least it's an honest effort and probably no more wrong than most doctors.[[<<]]

Even if a site doesn't bother with HON accreditation, or is about something else entirely - although there are plenty of organizations that certify accuracy for all sorts of things - there are a few things you can check to know if a website is as good, if not better, than the latest self-help book[^##book^].  This is what you should ask, along with our answers:
[^##book You're on your own in determining if the information in a self-help book is any good or not.  I've yet to find a study on the matter.  There are plenty out there on bibliotherapy - using self-help books instead of, or along with traditional psychotherapy - but nothing about the accuracy of information regarding medication, or even how good diet books are when it comes to simple things like the caloric content of various foods.^]

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[[Sources.Bibliography|Why do they think they know so much?]]

[[Sources.Money|Where does their money come from?]]

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