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Please accept my apology TexasChic

Posted by Dr. Rod on November 20, 2003, at 21:27:12

In reply to Re: Re: Manic vs Panic: Dr. Rod, posted by TexasChic on November 20, 2003, at 9:38:20

My interest is learning how people think so that they can "KNOW"... Please accept my apology if I spoke out-of-school... I don't take "meds" or drugs or alcohol (notice I left out CHEESECAKE), so I must rely on reports from anyone willing to report... Please also notice that I never used the word "numb"; I used the word "dumb", since the "meds" do distract your body from doing its job... If your mind can create the out of balance chemically as discovered 4 years ago by D'Masio, then I insist that your body can take you back to balance if you give it a chance...

The mistake I made with you is I forgot to explain that your mind controls all, all of your body functions whether you see, feel, touch, smell, or taste the function or not... Balance is very powerful but misunderstood when coupled with sight... Balance is a sense just like sight and smell... My point is that just because you don't do something with balance, doesn't mean in the bigger scheme of things that balance is not important...

Your "gut" is another issue... A person's "gut" must be managed or it can mess you up terribly... Upsetness over some tragedy for as short as four hours can leave you exhausted... Does you body chemistry suffer under this assault from the "gut"??? of course it does... If you assault your body during your entire childhood with stress, who knows what your chemical imbalances can be... (unless someone has a computer joystick hooked up to your body, then all the antagonism in the world can not cause you stress without you causing it to happen --- you are responsible for everything that happens to you --- no one else has the clicker to start and stop your body)

The book about the "gut" that started many people thinking was "The Second Brain" by Michael Gershon covers the topic carefully... What happens to an otherwise sane person under massive stress over several years... They crack... Sometimes they never ever return... I insist (again) that you have a better chance than that... If you distract the body from its many tasks, you are "dumbing it down", making it less smart (not numb) than it has to be to do its job...
Can you please revisit my notion that the mental health community doesn't seem to be interested in a cure, since cure is supposed to be impossible??? This is not opinions that I want to sell... An opinion is only a story about what happened, not what happened...
We are busy developing strategies and techniques for a "CURE" not just some promise that life might be better if you do it our way... You want to be cured don't you??? Well, we want you cured, and soon!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!




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