Survival Encouraging thoughts
Through the Deep Waters -- Testimonies of God's sustaining help.
God's Second Best? - Single, childless, and physically disabled (and their family)
The Everlasting Arms by A. B. Simpson
Poems by Annie Johnson Flint highly recommended
Also read Annie's Own Story, a story of suffering yet great usefulness through God.
Good Vanity To help re-create
Yarns by Steve Van Nattan
Links on the web:
versions other than the King James Bible and possibly some content.
WARNING - If you or someone you love is on a prescription antidepressant medication, you need to watch this video, consider your experience and take action. If your child is on a medication of this kind you need to ask them questions and listen to them when they complain of new problems that did not exist prior to taking the medication, or of worsening pre-existing problems. You may wish to look for a doctor who will help you get off the medication without putting you on something else or will help you switch to herbal remedies that have a higher level of safety. CAUTION: Video contains material that will be disturbing to some viewers. Not recommended for children or for those who are already suffering from hallucinations, aggression and other highly irregular side effects. Disclaimer: Some inappropriate language.
We do not necessarily agree with all the views expressed in this video.
"Eli Lilly & Co. found out that their patients taking Prozac had a higher suicide attempt rate than the same patients - sometimes literally the very same patient - on a sugar pill. So, what did they do with that data? They hid it." Peter Breggin, MD (doctor involved with the investigation/processing of information surrounding the Columbine Massacre)
"The Eli Lilly Corporation - pharmaceutical company - for nearly fifteen years covered up their own internal investigation that showed that anyone on Prozac...is twelve times more likely to attempt suicide than those using other antidepressants. Not twelve times more than the average population. Twelve times more than those already on other antidepressants." - Michael Moore, filmmaker/author
NEW The SMILES Diet - An interesting study done in Australia on how healthy eating or the lack thereof can affect depression in adults.
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