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Dedicated to helping you get in touch with your spirit and with life again.
Dedicated to promoting wellness and a sense of being whole in all areas of our lives.
Dedicated to helping people live their lives joyfully, strongly, fully and freely.

Become whole. Become who you are in the here and now.
Become who you were created to be - a reflection of love.
   Heal your body.      Heal your mind.      Heal your soul.

Other Mental Health ...


            "There is no evidence that any psychiatric or psychological disorder is caused by a biochemical 

              Peter R. Breggin, M.D., in his book  Reclaiming Our Children, (Persues Books, Cambridge, Mass., 2000), page 139.

        , “Does Mental Illness Exist?” by Lawrence Stevens, J.D.


                 Our society has institutionalized drug abuse among our children. Worse yet, we abuse our children 
                     with drugs rather than making the effort to find better ways to meet their needs. In the long run, we 
                     are giving our children a very bad lesson--that drugs are the answer to emotional problems. We are
                     encouraging a generation of youngsters to grow up relying on psychiatric drugs rather than on 
                     themselves and other human resources.

                                                                                                                                                                         Peter Breggin, M.D.


                Vital Information About Ritalin, Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder and the Politics Behind the ADHD/Ritalin 
Summarized from Talking Back to Ritalin by Peter R. Breggin, M.D.


  • The reason why i chose to be NASTY towards OTHER FELLOW HUMAN BEINGS is because of the way I MYSELF HAVE BEEN CRUELLY TREATED LIKE DIRT!! No wonder so many people see life as NOT WORTH LIVING, and no wonder they end up taking the EASY WAY OUT by committing SUICIDE.

                                                           Ms……[name withheld for privacy reasons]                                 
                                        You never know what has happened to someone in their life and why 
                                                            they do the things that they do.



Maybe the kids are bored or something is going on at home.  Maybe they need more attention than can be given to them.  What about asking them what is going on?  

I feel, on an energetic level, like some of these kids are very needy and they need more attention than most of us are able to give to them and that is difficult and draining for us. What can we do differently to help them or address their needs better as well as helping us to understand what they need and how to make it work for everyone?

ANGER and RAGE:             “Child of Rage – The Documentary (Part 1)” by Rivetingtalechap.



Bondy, Andy and Frost, M.S., CCC/SLP, Lori, Autism 24/7, A Family Guide to Learning at Home and in the Community, Bethesda, MD, Woodbine House, 2008.

Glasberg, Beth A., STOP That seemingly Senseless Behavior, FDA-based interventions for people with autism, Bethesda, MD, Woodbine House, 2008.

McClannahan, Lynn E., and Krantz, Patricia J., Teaching Conversation to Children with Autism, Bethesda, MD, Woodbine House, 2005.

Web sites:                                   Autism Research Institute. Information, resources and more.                         Information and resources.


        “CranioSacral Therapy Demo: Used to treat headache, migraine, menopause, autism, ADHD” by RateADrug.     

                                                “Temple Grandin: Animals Make us Human” by kolbester.     

                                                                                                                  “Temple Grandin: Reinventing Autism” by TempleGrandinDoc.

“Am I Bipolar or Waking Up? My Story of Healing 1 of 5 (Spirituality)” by bipolarwakingup.

                                                          “1. The REAL Cause of Bipolar Mania/Bipolar Disorder (Upgraded for 2010)” by bipolarwakingup. 


                                                     “How I would describe Bipolar Disorder......” by joskypay.

                                    “EMDR [Eye Desensitization and Reprocessing] plus Bilateral Sound for racing thoughts” by jerrybacik. 
                                                  “Margot Kidder cured of Manic Depression with Orthomolecular Medicine,  Part 1 of 8” by larryshobbs.


Caught between Heaven and Earth?


101 Best Bipolar and Depression resources on the web which you can see here:


"Collected here are some of the best online resources for coping with grief and bereavement. Many people suffering from loss have turned to the internet to find help, support, or someone to share their pain with. From professional grief counselors to individual bloggers sharing their own experiences, there is an amazingly supportive community online for those learning to cope with loss. These sites can be useful both for people suffering from grief, and those who offer them support. The sites are sorted by category and listed in no particular order within their groups." 

Moments of grief occur in everyone’s life. The death of a parent, partner, or especially of a child, can cause almost unbearable emotional pain, and knowing how to cope with that grief is important for ensuring that the emotional distress doesn’t lead to depression or cause deeper psychological damage. Grief can be caused by a variety of life events, including: [see the site for more info]

Information and Resource site



                 …The same is true with someone who has been deeply shamed. That shame can
                develop into repetitive thoughts of guilt or obsessive-compulsive behaviors, all ways
                of controlling the shame. In fact, all obsessive-compulsive behaviors are just that –
                strategies developed by the mind to keep a person’s deeper feelings dissociated.

                                                                                                                    Ty C. Colbert

REACTIVE ATTACHMENT DISORDER:            “Child of Rage – The Documentary (Part 1)” by Rivetingtalechap

                RAD arises from a failure to form normal attachments to primary caregivers in early childhood. This results from severe early 
                experiences of neglect, abuse, abrupt separation from caregivers (Beth’s mother passed away when Beth was one) between 
                the ages of six months and three years. It also results from a frequent change of caregivers, or a lack of caregiver responsiveness 
                to a child’s communicative efforts.


With extensive therapy and assistance Beth grew up to be a healthy young woman who is now a registered nurse and helping others. Severely abused and angry children can recover given the right kinds of help and assistance. Rehabilitation, love, support and teaching them self-esteem and skills are some of the answers.

Information about RAD or Reactive Attachment Disorder.


                                  ...schizophrenia is a strategy for living in an unliveable situation.

                                                                                                                                            R.D. Laing

        The third day after her mercury-containing dental fillings were removed, she laughed and said, "It's not going to 
        get me. It's not going to be bad. “With time, everything improved. Her complexion cleared, the bloating de-creased, 
        and she felt connected to her body again. Her thyroid became normal, she no longer felt pain on menstruation, her 
        heart didn't hurt, and the schizophrenia was gone.

                                                                                                            --Hal Huggins, D.D.S.


Peter R. Breggin, MD: How to Help Deeply Disturbed Persons—Fourth in the" Simple Truth

There are very, very good solutions to helping disturbed people, but they run counter to the drug companies, to the government programs, to organized medicine. We need the public to be demanding these things. [like Soteria House].


and they have a saying that schizophrenia exists between the members of the family and they [open diaglogues and caring, family-oriented] are so effective that they rarely use psychiatric drugs …. They have been so effective that the rate of schizophrenia is down to almost zero.


We are not ignorant about how to help people. …. But we need you, the public, to say “this is what we want, we want caring havens to go to when we are in desperation.”

                                                                                                                                                Peter Breggin

Go to 16:00 in the video and listen to the rest.


For anyone being haunted, disturbed, nightmares, demonic attack, hallucinations, seeing things and other things that disturb one in the mind please note:

I found that for me, reading the Bible helped to keep me safe from those demons that would do me harm. God protected me but when they could get to me in my dreams and what I saw, then reading the Bible helped to put God’s word into my mind so that they could not influence me while I was reading. They could influence me if I was just lying there in bed but once I started reading they would go away. Keep reading if they don't go leave right away. I have had to do this for a few hours especially at the beginning when trying to escape the influence of the dark side. Don't give up and call on God and Christ for help as well.



The most memorable feature of his illness, though, was not the storm within his mind but the lull in his eyes. The word moni means “gem” in Bengali, but in common usage it also refers to something ineffably beautiful: the shining pinpricks of light in each eye. But this was precisely what was missing in Moni. The twin points of light in his eyes had dulled and nearly vanished, as if someone with a minute brush had painted them gray.

Study: MRI scans prove schizophrenic brains attempt self-repair

Now that the research team has found that brain tissue can indeed repair itself, even at a minimal rate, their next step is reportedly to continue regularly scanning the brains of patients with early schizophrenia.

"These findings are important not only because of their novelty and the rigor of the study, but because they point the way to the development of targeted treatments that potentially could better address some of the core pathology in schizophrenia," explains Dr. Jeffrey Reiss, another member of the research team from the London health Sciences Centre.


Brain & Spinal Resources and information for Brain and Spinal Cord Injury and Survivors.

Both quotes are from: Colbert, Ty C., Rape of the Soul: How the Chemical Imbalance Model of Modern Psychiatry Has Failed its Patients, Tustin, CA, Kevco Publishing, 2001., pp. 156 and 157.

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