It is fifty-six years now since Thomas Szasz rocked the world of psychiatry by writing The Myth of Mental Illness: Foundations of a Theory of Personal Conduct. His work continues to have a profound impact on how we think about disease, behavior, liberty, justice, responsibility, and most important of all, what it means to be human.
When you are given a diagnosis you need to know the actual physical evidence for it. You don't want someone's opinion. When you are offered treatment, there is a minimum of what your doctor should explain to you so you can give informed consent.