The time is now for modern societies to recognize that every single person has moments, and sometimes periods, of madness. Those who are psychotic or insane are not worse, nor better, than everyone else. We are all working toward happiness and productivity in this life, and momentary madness is par for the course. As time passes, and situations evolve, our mental health adapts accordingly. We are not nuts. We are Human.
Humans are complex. We are not just our neurotransmitters. We are certainly not just what our genes have produced, any more than we are simply a product of our environments. Everything we have ever experienced and partaken of ends up being part of us. We change, sometimes rapidly, sometimes slowly. Being aware of our own madness is an opportunity to learn and change very rapidly. It is not an experience that needs sedating and eliminating. It is an experience that we can learn to integrate into who we are and what we understand about the world. It can make us more compassionate and more aware. It can bring us forward on our path through life.