I minimize animal products in my harm-reduction approach to life. I also have brain injury and need some. With the shift into fall it's been more lately. Today for my heavy animal nutrient dense breakfast: organ meats from a whole chicken cooked in butter and sage with 2 eggs on top. The chicken is being... Continue Reading →
Making codependence a pathologizing term suggests difficult situations cannot be transformed while they often can. When they cannot be changed or are dangerously destructive we should move along as necessary. It does seem however that a lot of people don't really understand the nature of commitment which is always hard for everyone some of the time no matter how good the relationship is. (for the rest click through)
Mad Camp 2023 Scholarship Fund!
Go here to help -- gofundmeHello lovely mad people! Hello everyone who has escaped from, is on the run from, is trying to flee, or is in hiding from psychiatry! And hello to all our wonderful allies and supporters! We are Will Hall, Dina Tyler and the Mad Camp crew, (including Monica Cassani) survivors of psych... Continue Reading →
Tardive dyskinesia is an infection
It turns out dyskinesia is a recognized symptom of Bartonella, a Lyme disease co-infection. I was right. Tardive Dyskinesia, too, is an infection. I'm pretty sure it always is and not just in my case and I'm collecting studies to go about establishing enough evidence that the medical establishment will stop telling victims of psychiatric drugging that there is no hope. ...
History: somatic oriented therapies and Eugene Gendlin – by Will Hall
Eugene Gendlin was a student of Carl Rogers and probably the single most important influence in the development of what we now call "somatic" or body-oriented therapies (Reich of course as well as others but I'm talking about the contemporary form body oriented therapies take). As the trauma discussion gets more and more medical and... Continue Reading →
and when you try to get medical care
at monicacassani.com as it's a more personal piece
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