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Discussion on challenges faced by UK vaccine-injured individuals, highlighting lack of support and care.
  • UK CV family provides specific support for vaccine-injured individuals in the UK. 0:48

  • Caroline, an admin of UK CV family, had adverse reaction to AstraZeneca vaccine. 2:46

  • Christian, a psychotherapist, offers psychological support to vaccine-injured individuals. 3:12

  • UK CV family organizes various activities and provides a compassionate support system. 5:18

  • Christian initially conducted psychological screening for a vaccine injury documentary. 5:48

  • He found vaccine-injured individuals’ stories to be emotive due to lack of support. 7:13

Challenges faced by individuals who have experienced adverse effects from Covid-19 vaccination.
  • Many individuals feel dismissed by healthcare professionals when reporting vaccine-related issues. 7:59

  • Some people have spent significant time and money to get answers about their vaccine injuries. 8:25

  • There is a call for questioning the actions of healthcare professionals regarding vaccine injuries. 8:56

  • Concerns raised about the lack of proper informed consent before vaccine administration. 12:06

  • Difficulty in receiving recognition and support for vaccine injuries within the medical community. 12:52

  • Challenges faced by vaccine-injured individuals are often overlooked by the general population. 13:05

Challenges faced by individuals injured by Covid vaccines, including lack of support and censorship of online support groups.
  • Lack of government and NHS support for vaccine-injured individual. 13:12

  • Absence of protocols and guidelines for handling vaccine injurie. 13:19

  • Isolation and lack of compassion experienced by vaccine-injured individual. 15:00

  • Perception of vaccine injury as a taboo topic in society and among medical professional. 15:24

  • Impact on work, finances, and family life due to lack of suppor. 15:41

  • International online support groups like UKCV serving as a crucial lifeline for vaccine-injured individual. 16:42

  • Censorship of online support groups by Faceboo. 16:55

  • Importance of lived experience stories in raising awarenes. 18:09

Challenges faced by individuals affected by Covid vaccine injuries, including mental health struggles and lack of support.
  • Groups providing support were shut down, leading to emotional distress and potential suicides. 18:50

  • Support groups have been a lifeline for many, preventing thoughts of suicide. 18:58

  • Suicide is a frequent topic of discussion in these groups, with some members lost to it. 19:56

  • Long Covid groups vary in their supportiveness towards vaccine-injured individuals. 23:25

  • Encouraging support and sharing information between different affected groups is crucial. 23:33

  • Understanding and addressing the reasons behind minimizing vaccine injuries is important. 24:20

Challenges faced by individuals who experienced complications after receiving the Covid vaccine and the lack of support and compassion in society.
  • Importance of acknowledging the unethical psychological tactics used to manipulate public opinion and create division. 26:09

  • Growing number of vaccine-injured individuals facing mistreatment and lack of acknowledgment. 26:16

  • Divisiveness in society and tendency to blame others rather than address underlying issues. 27:03

  • Call for more compassion and understanding towards all individuals navigating the complexities of the pandemic. 27:14

  • Reflection on the decline of compassion in society during the challenges of 2020 and 2021. 27:28

  • Pressure felt by some individuals to take the vaccine despite inner doubts leading to self-blame. 28:33

  • Shock experienced by those who believed they were doing the right thing by getting vaccinated. 29:23

  • Common feeling of shock and lack of support among all individuals who faced vaccine complications. 29:46

Challenges faced by vaccine-injured individuals in receiving proper medical care and support.
  • Misdiagnosis of functional diseases leading to psychosomatic treatmen. 30:22

  • Difficulty for vaccine-injured individuals to receive mental health suppor. 31:08

  • Dehumanizing experiences when pain is dismissed as psychologica. 31:49

  • Risk of developing post-traumatic stress disorder due to lack of support and validatio. 32:54

  • Importance of allowing individuals to talk about medical trauma for healin. 33:00

  • Lack of collaboration among medical professionals in addressing vaccine injurie. 34:31

  • Need for multi-disciplinary approach to address psychological and medical aspects of vaccine injurie. 34:37

  • Censorship of vaccine-injured experiences hindering medical knowledge and diagnosi. 35:05

Challenges faced by individuals dealing with Covid vaccine injuries and the importance of seeking support and taking control of one's healing journey.
  • Financial challenges in accessing proper investigations for vaccine injurie. 36:55

  • Importance of exploring natural options and taking control of one’s healing journe. 38:05

  • Emphasis on mental health awareness and seeking support early o. 38:25

  • Encouragement to not go through the healing process alone and to seek help from other. 39:00

  • Impact of vaccine injuries on family relationships and psychological implication. 41:03

  • Observation of relationships breaking down due to the changes brought by vaccine injurie. 41:32

Challenges faced by individuals with vaccine injuries and the importance of communication in relationships.
  • Sense of loss and identity due to vaccine injur. 41:55

  • Impact on ego, especially for breadwinner. 42:03

  • Difficulties within families when not believed by medical professionals or partner. 42:22

  • Importance of talking openly and honestly about feeling. 43:42

  • Strain on relationships when roles shift from independence to dependenc. 45:05

  • Comparison with challenges faced by ME/CFS communitie. 46:13

  • Desire for cultural change in attitude towards vaccine-injured individual. 47:06

Challenges faced by individuals with Covid vaccine injuries and the societal response.
  • Many vaccine-injured individuals suffer in silence without support from colleagues or family. 47:28

  • People often self-center and respond insensitively to vaccine injury disclosures. 47:51

  • Shame was unethically used to influence behavior during the pandemic. 49:09

  • There is a need for a shift in societal attitudes towards vaccine-injured individuals. 49:44

  • Denial and anger are common reactions when discussing vaccine injuries. 50:23

  • Many may have vaccine injuries without realizing it, leading to potential underestimation of the issue. 51:33

  • The true percentage of vaccine injuries in the population remains unknown and censorship may be a barrier to understanding the full extent of the problem. 52:40

Importance of compassion and acknowledgment for vaccine-injured individuals.
  • Compassion and kindness are crucial towards vaccine-injured individuals. 53:01

  • Creating a safe space for vaccine-injured individuals to share their experiences. 55:06

  • Need for more acknowledgment and understanding from the medical community. 56:17

  • Importance of asking probing questions related to vaccine history for early intervention. 56:57

  • Call for support and guidelines from healthcare authorities for vaccine-injured individuals. 57:35

  • Suspend personal beliefs and show compassion when listening to vaccine-injured individuals’ stories. 58:03

Importance of compassion and awareness for vaccine-injured individuals in changing the narrative.
  • Compassion and awareness are crucial in supporting vaccine-injured individuals. 58:18

  • Encouragement to listen and be kind to those who are vaccine-injured. 58:31

  • Emphasis on continued conversation and support for vaccine-injured individuals. 59:02

  • UK CV Family can be found online at ukcvfamily.org. 59:11

  • Acknowledgment of the importance of the evolving narrative surrounding vaccine injuries. 59:36