I'd like to know what inpatient hospitalization is. I need a safe place where I can talk to people who feel like I do and get more help than I can get as an outpatient. I want to suggest this to my therapist/psychiatrist the next time I see them. I'm thinking about McLean's hospital in Massachusetts (fuck state hospitals, I've heard nothing but misery from them). It's nearby, and I've heard good things about it. For anyone who knows, what is it like? What typically happens during the day? How much of a chance will I get to do group therapy, which is what I really want to do? Do I have to wear those degrading hospital gowns, or can I dress like I usually do? Basically, what is the environment like? Thank you for anyone who has a thought or two.