Category Archive: Mental Health

Blog posts on the topic of mental health

Oct 20 2016

How About Never Being Among the 2X Suicide Rate of Health Care Professionals?

Vol. 384, October 20, 2016 – How About Never Being Among the 2X Suicide Rate of Health Care Professionals? We, here in America have a very serious problem with those who are treating ailing Americans. In a medical system that has morphed into helping big pharma and the insurance companies  make the greatest amount of …

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Mar 17 2016

How to Get Rid of Most Medical & Mental Health Issues: It’s Simple

Vol. 353 – March How to Get Rid of Most Medical & Mental Health Issues: It’s Simple Over these many years that I have been involved in health care – going on over 30 years now – I can tell you that I read a ton of material, watched many webinars and attend a ton …

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Sep 25 2014

What is Wrong With the World of Mental Health?

What is Wrong With the World of Mental Health? – Vol. 278, Sept. 25, 2014 Over the past few months I have been very active on Linkedin – in the groups that are designed to be forums for therapists and coaches to gain insight and advise from their colleagues. I had begun my journey there a …

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Jul 03 2014

Believe It or Not, Mental Health Harms More Than Smoking

Believe It or Not, Mental Health Harms More Than Smoking – Vol. 265, June 14, According to an article written by Danny Matteson in the International Business Times, mental illness can take more years off your life expectancy than smoking. Patients with bipolar or schizophrenia disorder may lose seven to 24 years of their life …

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Jun 26 2014

Is The Stigma of Having a Mental Health Issue Creating a Barrier to Your Getting Treatment? Your Life Is In Your Own Hands

Vol. 263, June 26, 2013 In an article published in HealthDay, (Feb. 26, 2014)reporter, Mary Elizabeth Dallas shares the distressing fact that 75% of all of those affected in Europe and the United States, which amounts to 25% of the population, never receive treatment for these disorders of decompensation. Psychosis, depression, bipolar disorder and anxiety …

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