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Re: CBT and observable changes in the brain 10derHeart

Posted by Michael83 on June 27, 2006, at 23:20:46

In reply to Re: CBT and observable changes in the brain Dinah, posted by 10derHeart on June 27, 2006, at 18:15:33

>>>So Michael83, please take heart and keep an open mind about meds and therapy. There's so much we don't yet know or understand.....and it just could be all good! :-)

Or it could be bad. That's another thing I worry about.

I am only 22, but I expect to live to be 100. In fact, my personal goal is to live to be 118 (I'd like to say I lived during three different centuries.) I expect by the second half of the 21st century, health care will be one hundred fold better than it is now, so I don't think my hopes are unreasonable.

My worry is that meds will do irreversible damage to my brain. As humans, are brains are the centerpiece of our existence. Everything else in the body only exists to maintain the brain. We ourselves (our conscious selves) are just brains inhabiting bodies (the tool(s) we use to connect to the outside world).

I cannot risk damaging my brain.




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