I feel pretty put out - no-one wants to use my posts in their research! Peggy sue, I was just talking to someone else about the danger of speaking casually in a way which can be taken as instinctive anti-psychiatry. When I was first posting here I'd always try to be clear about distinguishing between different approaches to CBT, different psych models, etc. As I got more used to the cultural norms here, it was easy to slip into writing more casually on the assumption that people here would understand me, and that if there was any confusion, I could clear it up by discussing it. I do sometimes needlessly detail specific criticisms of, for example, the way in which results from PACE were presented, just to avoid making general criticisms that cannot be checked. It is an unnatural way of writing though. It is hard to predict how one will come across when there seem to be so many prejudices about CFS patients and their concerns.