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Ron Unger – Radical uncertainty: a healing stance for all

http://beyondmeds.com/2015/07/19/radical-uncertainty/ Gratitude to Ron and to http://www.beyondmeds.com for this interesting post. The psychiatric paradigm defines (and invites us to define) our distress or disturbance as ‘illness’ in need of ‘treatment’. Ron argues this thereby precludes the most effective healing agent … Continue reading

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Paris Williams & Anomalous Belief Systems Click on the title for an interesting and thought-provoking post from Paris Williams on Monica Cassini’s Beyond Meds site. We like Paris’ willingness and ability to look below the flat surface of cultural ideas/norms, … Continue reading

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The “Mental Illness” Paradigm: Itself an “Illness” that is Out of Control Interesting article by Paris Williams.

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