Friday, August 28, 2009

Learning about thought, emotion and effort

SP completed the course Thought, Emotion and Effort. He says, "This course was a joy to accomplish. The course combined with the lectures presented mass amounts of information that took some time to understand fully but became very real once I grasped it. Almost everything in the course I could directly apply to my life or see in life around me. Overall, this book and lectures were awesome and I can't wait to continue the basics."

Teen understands life better

JH completed the book course Self Analysis and says, "This course has given me such amazing and beneficial tools to go help others! I cannot wait to put them to use and see the results!"

Monday, August 17, 2009

Teenager understanding ethics

MW completed a course on Ethics and says, "The Ethics Book has been an amazing course. It has broadened my knowledge of what reason, ethics, responsibility and the eight dynamics are as well as how to properly apply them. Although these lessons were immeasurably helpful, the most significant part of this course has been the explanation of overts and withholds and all that follows. I now know why I am others can sometimes act so unreasonably after a petty mistake/bad act. This knowledge has shown me how to handle people, including myself, incredibly better. I have thoroughly enjoyed as well as benefitted from The Ethics Book and highly recommend it to anyone and everyone, no matter your age or experience level."

Postpartum Depression

Here is some vital data about the dangerous proposed Mothers Act from See the link for the full article.


Pregnant woman The Melanie Stokes Postpartum Depression Research and Care Act, also known as the Mothers Act, is a federal bill named after Melanie Stokes, a woman who suffered emotional difficulties after giving birth and was subsequently prescribed a cocktail of intensely controversial psychiatric drugs including anti-psychotic, anti-anxiety, and anti-depressant drugs (documented by the US FDA to cause worsening depression, mania and suicidal ideation) before being subjected to electroshock treatment.

Melanie Stokes was in the mental health system, was prescribed drugs, was hospitalized, was subjected to the still barbaric practice of electroshock and then committed suicide. That is what the mental health industry did for a new mother named Melanie Stokes. It is incredible that a story such as this does not raise alarm bells within Congress on the negligence of prescribing cocktails of psychiatric drugs to new mothers, drugs documented by the US FDA and international drug regulatory agencies to cause worsening depression, depersonalization, mania, psychosis, suicidal and homicidal ideation. Conversely the bill before Congress entitled the "Mothers Act", which already passed the House of Representatives and is now before the Senate, will assuredly increase new mothers being prescribed these deadly drugs, the most common treatment for women diagnosed with postpartum depression...."

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