Son Raul had grave feelings of sexual confusion by the time he turned 17 and wanted to see a psychologist in Cuernavaca, Mexico. He told this to his father, Maciel. Maciel told Raul that seeing a psychologist could destroy his life. So Maciel said, "Don't worry, I will send you to a good psychiatrist in Madrid, Dr. Francisco Lopez Ibor, who I know." So Maciel sent Raul to live with his Auntie Norma (another of Maciel's wives who he presented to his Mexican children as "Auntie") in Madrid. Lopez Ibor told him "how good it is for you to come with a recommendation from father."
The doctor prescribed a powerful battery of medications to Raul, which he took for over a year. Back in Mexico, at home, he feel into a near catatonic state and his mother took him off the medications.
Five years later, without having asked for it, Dr. Lopez Ibor sent Raul a letter with a diagnosis of extreme obsessive disorder.
Any of this sound familiar to anyone out there?