Mental Health

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By Anonymous ( - on Friday, October 31, 2003 - 6:00 pm: Edit Post

I find this area extremely funny. This is how volunteers are gotten rid of. They must have some sort of mental problem. Alot of this is used to dispose of the volunteer when they are no longer living. A psychiatrist should be available to anyone who would like to see one. This is not available in Peace Corps and should be part ot the experience. Most Federal employees are REQUIRED to see a psychiatrist. I keep on getting the things about a volutneers w weremurdered 'somone thought she was DEA,CIA'
In my experience this WAS the DEA or some other government official destroying a memory of a volunteer. I have met several DEA agents overseas and they were very straightforward. Why would you blame another agency? I worked with CIA,DEA and God knows what else while I served. They did their job and I did mine. NO PROBLEM at all.

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