Posts Tagged "psychosis"

Wireless Technology and Public Health: Health and Environmental Hazards in a wireless world

Posted by on Jan 23, 2016 in Events | 0 comments
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On October 10th, 2015 I got up at zero dark 30 and drove through the early morning fog from Penn Valley to Mountain View, the epicenter of Silicon Valley, an area where innovations in technology have revolutionized our culture. I drove there to attend—of all things—a daylong conference on the health and environmental hazards from living in a wireless world. The Santa Clara County Medical Association Alliance Foundation put on the conference. The presenters were highly qualified leaders in their respective fields. Their perspectives were decidedly not mainstream. I had no problem with that, having written the three books of the Transformation Trilogy that are...

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The whole truth, and nothing but the “psychiatric” truth

Posted by on Mar 6, 2014 in Dave's Blog | 0 comments
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Now that the books are finally out the door, it is time to give a progress report. While taking the antibiotics, supplements and antibiotics, Chris had a 19 month run of good health during which time he held a job, not a small accomplishment, given his previous history of multiple episodes. He had been doing so well that his psychiatrist slowly took him off the Haldol while continuing with Depakote and Seroquel. She recommended that he stop taking the antibiotics. I argued that until we knew that the infections were gone, I thought he should stay on them. Chris maintained his compliance with his psychiatrists treatment program, but did not take his antibiotics,...

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Chris’s Blog- Feb. 27, 2014

Posted by on Mar 6, 2014 in Chris' Blog | 1 comment
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It’s been awhile since my last blog entry. Much has happened since then. I’m happy to see my dad’s books have both been published, and I wish him all the best in his bookselling adventures. I know he has a conference coming up where he is the only social worker speaking amongst a large group of doctors- sounds intimidating, but I’m sure Dad is up for the challenge. In my personal life there have been some frustrating events. I have had 2 episodes, both within the course of the past 8 months, and while these episodes occurred, I was taking the prescribed doses of medication, which makes it even more frustrating. So I was working hard at my job, working...

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No Boundaries, No Limits, No Laws

Posted by on Mar 6, 2012 in Chris' Blog | 4 comments
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One mile left in the tank. My debit card rejected by the bank. My girlfriend and I were going to play divine melodies at Odyssey house. She was worried about running out of gas and I assured her that God would work a miracle. With the gas tank on empty a strange force came over me I have felt before. I made a wrong turn, then jumped the meridian. There was a red light and two cars ahead of me. I floored the gas pedal and squeezed through the two cars, pushing them out of the way. I felt like God. My girl friend’s cries brought me back to reality. I pulled to the side of the road and began to weep. I thought I was the Anti Christ and everyone would turn against me...

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