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Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Disturbing Headlines in a Popular Magazine

   I was shocked to find these headlines, which read, "I think my child is Mentally ill" on top of a picture of a sad little girl who has the words "I feel sad," printed above her head. This was on page 10 of the the November, 2015 issue of the New Hampshire "Parenting" magazine. And, to me, it is a blatant reminder of the unhealthy push for false mental illness diagnosis and it's treatment, which often includes psychiatric drugs and other methods of suppressing feelings, instead of healing.
   These sorts of ads come across as brainwashings aimed to make people think that sadness is wrong or worse - that it should raise concerns about "mental illness." These sorts of ads should raise red flags in those who care about children and the future health and safety of humanity.
    Sadness is one of the natural emotions we were born with and we were born with the capability of feeling it for a good reason. When encouraged, sadness is part of a healthy grieving process, which helps us to release our pain. When we do not allow this process of feeling and releasing our pain our hearts become blocked and this is not good for us. Actually, its harmful for natural feelings of sadness to be suppressed and blocked, instead of felt and healed, especially in children.
   I have strong feelings about this because it is directly connected to a large part of my work. Here are a few phrases from my old writings - the ones that have been being sabotaged by those who target me and my work. . .


Its not sadness that depresses people
Its the suppression of it that depresses people


We feel Love only as deeply as we
allow ourselves to feel our sadness.


Dr. Paula Caplan on the dangers of false "mental illness" labels

The links to this video have been repeatedly broken on my website. So I finally did my own recording
 of her recording. I'm sorry for its poor quality. But the information she gives us is critically important.

Is it a coincidence that many psychiatric drugs aid technological mind control. . .and that these types of drugs (like antidepressants) are being found in public drinking water as well as being pushed onto healthy people (even children!) who are being falsely labeled as "mentally ill"?

Please also watch this video I made for targeted children


P.S. I understand that there truly are people who have genuine mental problems and can function better with drugs. But I can not help but wonder how many of those, who are even suicidal, are being technologically targeted. . .and even if they aren't, how many would fully recover if they were not medicated and felt truly loved by another human being or if they had someone to care to listen and understand and offer a shoulder to cry on? How many are labeled and suppressed instead of being loved and healed? How many?