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Invisible Wounds of War

Invisible Wounds of War

Summary of Veterans Statistics for PTSD, TBI, Depression and Suicide. There are over 2.3 million American veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars (compared to 2.6 million Vietnam veterans who fought in Vietnam; there are 8.2 million “Vietnam Era Veterans” (personnel who served anywhere during any time of the Vietnam War) At least 20% of … Continue reading

Preying in the Name of God

Preying in the Name of God

Exorcism, Deliverance, and Neurological Disorders TRIGGER WARNING – Suicide – EXPLICIT CONTENT Since her first night home from the hospital, K had kept everyone up nearly every night.  V and her mother, who was visiting from out-of-town, were in the living room reminiscing  while V lovingly cradled K, her eleven day old daughter.  V’s husband, … Continue reading

Child Abuse A Danger to World Stability

Child Abuse A Danger to World Stability

Physical as well as psychological abuse of the child is not only harmful but highly dangerous. Not only for the individual but under certain circumstances for whole nations. ~ A. Miller, Ph.D Watch (Warning – video contains graphic material) It is now clear that what a child experiences in the first few years of life … Continue reading

Protect the Brain – Change the World

Protect the Brain – Change the World

Specific brain injuries greatly contribute to suicide and many social ills.   Th­e United States is renowned for ha­ving one of the most sophisticated judicial systems in the world, yet the system remains far behind the research with regard to behavior.  Character is judged and punishment is the outcome.  It’s an archaic system.  Violence experts … Continue reading