Tuesday, February 27, 2018
Cryogenics has been used for years to treat muscle and bone injuries; in a recent flight to DC I stumbled across a cryogenics article that discussed it in the use of brain injuries too. My curiosity peaked! Is it possible to use cryo for the treatment of complex/chronic/long-term PTSD? It is time to begin the induction of purposeful and safe blood based (non-cortisol based) fight and flight (what happens in the freezing stages of cryogenics), followed up by the warming stage - where curative and regenerative healing of the mind might finally occur! Here's my suggestion: www.TalkifUwant.com/cryoptsd.pdf
Wednesday, December 13, 2017
Wednesday, October 23, 2013
In social science, the outliers of statistics are dismissed from the data due to the seeming unexplainable outcomes. In other words, only that which can be explained in the social experiment is mathematically valued. The reasoning is that outliers need "further study.". It's good math, indeed. The glitch is that a statistical norm may inadvertently dismiss an evident reality -- and that reality is called a person. Whereas as people have fingerprints, DNA and retinas that are unique to themselves - a statistical norm does not. - TalkifUwant.
Sunday, December 25, 2011
Sex is a topic that gets our attention...of course. Can it be unhealthy, compulsive...addictive? Read more here.
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Free consultations are a great way to decide if you want to work with a therapist. Not all therapists offer the service, but think about this: people shop for cars, houses and daycare centers --- why not shop for a therapist? See More ===> http://youtu.be/dN6M4KFc9MM & http://www.talkifuwant.com/