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The Dr. Peter Breggin Hour – 11.22.17

James Moore has “lived experience” with the harm caused by antidepressants and the difficulties of withdrawing from them.   He reveals his own personal struggles in order to encourage and inform others.   James reminds us that doctors in the US or Great Britain know very little about the difficulties of withdrawal and instead blame these reactions on the patient’s “mental illness.”  James is finding …

Tiffany Says

Replenish Me – 11.09.17

Tiffany is the Founder of Nia Unlimited Consulting, wife, mother who completed a 33 day challenge and shares the detail of how she did it. We discuss balance, harmony, self-care, choices, and so much more. The recording itself for us was a challenge. Listen in for real tips. Tiffany Simpson-Crumpley serves as the Director of Network Development and Technical Assistance …

MF KIRSTEN CORLEY

INSIGHT – NYC UNDENIABLY IMPENETRABLE, ONE KEY STROKE CHANGED HER LIFE AND MILLIONS FOLLOW, THE PREDATORS CONTINUE TO FALL – 11.02.17

Writer Kirsten Corley, shared her thoughts, feelings and insight on-line one day and the world reacted.  o much that it was initially overwhelming and scary for this incredibly talented, passionate and creative person to comprehend though after realizing this was her calling Kirsten started writing and pretty much only stops to prepare for either a half or full marathon, volunteer …

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The Dr. Peter Breggin Hour – 10.26.16

Paula Caplan PhD, psychologist and playwright, talks about her upcoming off-broadway show, Shades, as well as her participation in another more absurd drama on committees of the notorious American Psychiatric Association Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. Paula is a person of enormous creativity, insight and courage. For those of you who have already heard Paula on two earlier shows, this is a whole new expression of her lively existence on Earth.

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Do these genes make me lonely? Study finds loneliness is a heritable trait

Loneliness is linked to poor physical and mental health, and is an even more accurate predictor of early death than obesity. To better understand who is at risk, researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine conducted the first genome-wide association study for loneliness — as a life-long trait, not a temporary state. They discovered that risk for …

Visions of a Positive Future vs Fixing a Pathological Present – Rob Kall

It is not enough to resist or fight the system and the problems that exist. It is absolutely inadequate to aim for repairing the symptoms of what is broken. We need big, positive visions which lift our sights higher, towards horizons where there are bright futures, not scotch tape and bubblegum fixes for the pathological system we currently inhabit. Back …