Children naturally believe their parents are pretty much infallible, which is one reason why being a parent is such an amazing responsibility.
Can something so malignant as anti-social personality disorder (and sociopathic disorders) really be caused, even in part, by exposure to the American pop and political cultures’ glamorization of…well, let’s call it selfish self-love?
Devra Davis, PhD, MPH, cancer epidemiologist says, “From the way it was set up originally, this deeply flawed study was designed to fail to find an increased risk of brain tumors tied with cellphone use.”
“I have a name for all of you—“Poopologists”.
While I cannot give 100% of the credit to fermented food, for pulling my son back from the abyss of schizophrenia, I believe that powerful components of properly-fermented anaerobic lacto-fermented foods all contribute to improving metabolism, digestion, and mood.
Why, within minutes of eating did he leap off his chair, screaming, clutching his legs, grabbing his upper arms, screaming “Hurt! Hurt!”? Later, when he learned more words beyond “tree, fire, and wheel”, he described the feeling in his head, “like ants crawling in my brain.”
We first “met” Kathleen over the Internet because of C.R.’s interest in healthy eating. C.R. began to explore the Pickl-it web site in order to write about natural fermentation for her natural foods blog. What she found was an extraordinary story about a boy variously diagnosed with autism, schizophrenia, and pervasive developmental disorder not otherwise specified (in other words, an atypical autism spectrum disorder) and his heroic mother’s search for answers.
Kathleen’s story is extremely compelling and important reading. So we’re going to allow Kathleen to tell it (she’s a natural writer), over the course of a few interview posts.
Part 1: Heartbreak and Hope
Adventure in Everything by Matthew Walker is packed with intriguing ideas that focus on self in a mature way. His recommendations seems to promote self growth while balancing this with one’s very real obligations.
For many people, prison is not a place where positive change occurs. And no, I don’t believe Anthony Ruffo is trying to scam the system. He sounds sincere.
The main issue that holds people back from recovering and sustaining their recovery isn’t self-confidence. The main issue is self-knowledge.