From Medical News Today:
A heart-to-heart chat with a peer has proven an effective way to prevent postnatal depression in high risk women, cutting the risk of depression by 50%, according to a University of Toronto nursing study published in BMJ Online. (continue here)
What a novel idea. Talking to and supporting people in distress instead of handing them drugs. Shucks why didn’t I think of that?
This is downright repulsive. That something like this should be news. This is common sense if one is in touch with their humanity at all. Loren Mosher knew this with Soteria House about “schizophrenics” 30 years ago. Why do we insist on reinventing the wheel at the cost of hundreds of thousands of delicate psyches??? Mental distress is alleviated with proper NATURAL supports and the belief that one can recover!! Not by doling out neurotoxins for the rest of people’s lives.