OK, that is my question. I understand if you're suicidal, and they drug you up, it helps. Similar for mania. But that can't take weeks. Or can it? To me it seems the biggest benefit would be not having to worry about anything, nor care for anyone, nor think about much. When I was violently suicidal, it never occurred to me to go to the hospital, and I managed to function somehow. Of course, I think I was in a mixed state, staying up half the night walking around the back yard... So, what did you gain from being in the hospital?
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