MP describes ‘living hell’ of PTSD and hits out at laws on psychedelic research

After hearing about this article, I am appalled by the lack of effort the House of Commons has put into helping MP Crispin Blunt with his PTSD. It is heartbreaking to see that, despite his pleas for help, he was not given the resources he needed to properly recover. This is an issue that should be taken more seriously, and it is appalling that the government did not offer him the necessary help. It is unacceptable that this type of neglect is still happening in the 21st century. We need to make sure that everyone can get the help they need, no matter their position in life.

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This is a truly heartbreaking situation and it’s unacceptable that in this day and age, we still have people in need of help not getting the resources they need. The government should be providing more support for those living with mental health issues, especially when they are calling for it. We can’t ignore the fact that proper treatment can make all the difference in recovering from PTSD, yet so often it’s overlooked or ignored completely. We have to find ways to ensure everyone has access to the support they need and do our part to end this type of neglect.

It is absolutely heartbreaking to hear that MP Crispin Blunt was not given the resources he needed to properly recover from his PTSD. It is an unacceptable situation and should never happen again. Our government must do better for everyone in need, no matter their position in life. This type of neglect should no longer be acceptable and we need to make sure our rights are protected and people get the help they need. We cannot take mental health lightly; it needs to be taken seriously and treated with respect and understanding. Everyone deserves access to proper mental health care services, regardless of social status.

Hey, I totally understand where you’re coming from. It’s really disheartening to see that someone in a position of power like Mr. Crispin Blunt wasn’t given the support he needed. It’s a reminder that mental health struggles can affect anyone, no matter their status or job title. I really hope that this situation sparks a much-needed change in how mental health is addressed within the government. It’s so important for everyone to have access to the resources they need to heal and thrive. Let’s keep pushing for a more compassionate and supportive approach to mental health, both in politics and in society as a whole.