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By V. Sinikar. Kentucky Wesleyan College. 2018.

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Additionally, she suggests that setting goals to work towards, relating to consumers’ values, which become achievable once symptoms are addressed, may facilitate other consumers struggling with adherence to become or remain adherent. Next, Cassie attributes medication adherence to enabling her to lead a “normal” life (note, the second reference to leading a normal life is hedged “a normal life most of the time”) but her account is more positively framed than extracts above. That is, rather than talking about how taking medication and 190 experiencing associated symptom relief can help consumers to avoid negative consequences, Cassie talks about how medication enables her to engage in various productive endeavours: Cassie, 04/02/2009 C: Yep, I can have a normal life, like I have a normal life most of the time. And um, like I’m doing things that a normal person can do: study and work part-time and have a relationship, run a house, but I think I’m one of the luckier ones. Some people, even when they’re on medication, can’t do these things C: Yeah have too many side effects, for someone to handle a relationship with them you know? Cassie attributes medication adherence to enabling her to undertake study, employment, to engage in a relationship and to maintain a household due to its efficacy in treating her symptoms. She acknowledges the complexity of medication adherence however, by positioning herself as “one of the luckier ones” for responding so positively to adherence resulting in her high functionality. Prompted by the interviewer, rather than contrasting positive adherence experiences with negative non-adherence experiences, Cassie highlights how for some consumers, the side effects of medication compromise their abilities to engage in “normal” life activities such as having a relationship. Medication adherence is thus constructed as having the capacity to either normalize or detract from the “normality” of a consumer’s life, by its efficacy in treating symptoms or propensity to induce side effects respectively. The below extract also links the stabilizing impact of medication 191 on Ryan’s mental health to enabling him to lead a “normal” life whilst acknowledging the gamble of medication: Ryan, 26/09/2008 R: I’m so fortunate that the medication has given me that mental stability so I’ve been able to just, basically, lead a largely normal life, but uh, I guess there’ll be maybe a need, if I was to go off the current medication and try something new, um, only if uh, just respect that it might fail to work for me. Ryan constructs his medication as efficacious (“medication has given me that mental stability”), which he directly links to enabling him to lead a “largely normal life”. A “normal life” is evaluated positively through Ryan’s description of himself as “fortunate” to be able to lead one which is suggestive of a perception of the mentally healthy populations’ lives as somewhat privileged. That is, although it was common for participants to talk about the benefits of medication adherence in a general sense, in terms of symptom reduction and the opportunities this affords consumers, Cassie and Ryan’s accounts highlight the complexity of medication adherence, raising the importance of the suitability of medication to the consumer. Thus, the benefits of medication adherence can arguably be seen as somewhat tenuous, with medication efficacy represented as influencing the propensity for consumers to experience the positive life impact of medication. In the 192 following extract, Jason contrasts his lifestyle when taking an inefficacious medication to his present lifestyle when taking an efficacious medication: Jason, 13/02/2009 L: Um, what would be the main incentives then to take your medication? J: There is more of a stable life taking medication and that than not taking it, not seeming kind of like a zombie. At the start of the above extract, Jason attributes his medication adherence to his belief that medication affords consumers “more of a future” than non-adherence. Whilst most consumers referred to the present impact of medication adherence on their lives, several stable consumers highlighted how medication adherence had the propensity to enhance their futures and facilitate them to achieve goals. It could be argued that consumers’ reluctance to talk about the how medication adherence could impact on their futures could relate to awareness that their medication may not continue to be effective, as highlighted in the previous extract. Jason draws on a dichotomy above to represent medication adherence positively, due to its 193 efficaciousness by contrasting “a stable life” (when adherent) with being “like a zombie” (without medication). However, Jason also contrasts his current medication with a different medication he previously took, linking his past medication with poor school attendance. This extract, therefore, demonstrates how taking an unsuitable, inefficacious medication can have a negative impact on the lives of consumers. Indeed, he interchanges between talking about non-adherence and talking about being on “the other medication”, both failing to provide symptom relief, and thereby constructed as equitable in terms of their propensities to detract from the lives of consumers.

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