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Re: Harvard - 1/3 of Psychiatric Patients have Lyme linkadge

Posted by bleauberry on May 22, 2018, at 15:00:25

In reply to Re: Harvard - 1/3 of Psychiatric Patients have Lyme, posted by linkadge on May 12, 2018, at 18:34:33

Sometimes with the battles against our symptoms and our own preconceived views of how things should or shouldn't be, we can tend to be skeptical or pessimistic with new information. I get that. I was like that. For a long time. The entire time I was here. The entire time I was treatment resistant.

I didn't have the ability to defeat treatment resistance until I first shed the pessimism and opened my eyes. There is so much on google to support everything I have said.. If you aren't finding it, try different search words.

Try Bill Rawls MD. He is sharing stories of his patients online. But there are literally hundreds.

If nothing else, you should search for stories of other lyme patients and their recoveries. Because in most of them you see what I say. You see psychiatry troubles not being treated very well. You see great suffering that doctors are not competent to handle. You see miraculous recoveries once their eyes were opened to other things they hadn't been aware of.

The difference with those success stories, my success story, and treatment resistant patients, is that the success stories came very close to death before shedding their pessimism and opening their eyes.

I hope people here will open their eyes before it gets that bad.

If you find and read say a dozen or more stories of recovered lyme patients, you will see yourself in those stories, very likely. Or at the very lease, a lot of uncanny similarities that make you wonder.

But it's a personal thing. I know from experience that hand-feeding a skeptic doesn't work. You can't ride on somebody else's coat tails. You have to actually make personal decision to open the eyes wider and not be content with the way things have gone. As far as I can tell, despite the great suffering of patients at babble, many of them are content with it. They are not comfortable stepping out of the safety zone or the comfort zone. I was like that. So I totally get it.

> >I didn't realize the link didn't have what you
> >were looking for.
> What I am looking for???
> I am just looking for something meaningful to support *your* claims.
> Of course, I can do my own Google searches, and I have. I'm not finding any reliable data that backs the assertions made.
> Linkadge




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