Are any mental illnesses genetic? If this is true, then lifelong psychiatric medication would seem inevitable. But serious scientific scrutiny challenges this commonly (and naively) accepted belief.
Psychiatry claims that mental illness has a genetic basis. Schizophrenia is often cited as the best example of “behavioural genetics”. There are at least ten reasons why this is not possible. Yet this belief continues in the mental health profession as if it were fact and hence is actually a modern myth.