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Freedom from addiction to psychiatric medication
When my dad passed on in 2005, I was given an inheritance with strings attached. Two family members were in charge of the money, and I was allowed to spend it only with their approval. There were also conditions that I had to fulfill in order to start getting payouts, which were mostly paid directly to vendors, with very little given directly to me.
One condition was that I must get a full-time job that I could verify with pay stubs. For years, I had mostly freelanced, and too often had lacked funds and asked Dad to help. The other condition was that I must see a psychiatrist and be put on psychiatric medication.
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