You might then realize at this nexus of meaning, that your are actually trapped inside the tautology of your own labelling and controlling system and that is IS a closed system, from which there is no escape possible, until, or unless, you can manage to convince those who have you trapped that they are the ones who don't understand it, and that you, who are being defined by them as insane, or a mental defective, do understand it better than they do as the “experts” who hold you in their total power and control.
Keep in mind now that your “belief” that it is even possible for you to understand something that they don't, is ALSO already written in the big book of insanity (DSM) as one of your “symptoms” proving how right they are to see you as they do.
So tell me, what would YOU say or do, to change the position into which you have been forced as inherently “defective?” Got any ideas on how you might ever become seen or heard again as the person you actually are, and know yourself to be, even though no one else accepts it?
What feelings, I mean, “inappropriate affects”, do you think you might experience associated with being forced into such a position as this?
As a construct, do you think you might just perceive it as a 'circle” or perhaps as a “maze” out of which you can find no escape route?
Being a “team player” does not always represent being “normal, superior or good” if the team you are on is the Team from Hell. “Reality” is not an abstraction in absolute terms. If you get shot in the chest in an alley one night, changing your “perception” of that event, or “deciding” that you don't have to “choose to be a victim” will not seal up that hole in your heart, no matter how committed you are to the idiotic idea you currently embrace that, “there is no reality; only perception.” Perhaps if you were less committed and got committed, your perceptions of our collective, shared reality would change significantly.