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  1. Ozzy47

    Understanding Depression and the Subconscious Mind

    On 15 May 2018, "6 Minutes Medicine" a medical forum publication on the Internet published an article titled "8 Facts on the dark side of doctoring- Dealing with the elephant in the room" It was a plea by a specialist Head and Neck Surgeon at the Combined Annual Scientific Congress of the Royal...
  2. Ozzy47

    The Enchanted Elephant

    Have you heard of the story of the elephant and the rope? It is on the Internet. It will give you some idea of how your subconscious mind works and how distorted perceptions can enslave you. "A man passing by a group of elephants observes that these huge creatures were being held by a tiny rope...
  3. Catsmother

    Think My Daughter Has An Eating Disorder

    My daughter is 27 years old and I am pretty sure she has an ED. She is very thin and her eating is awful, She only eats one meal a day and then it's only a bagel. she looks at the calories on everything. I took her to the doctor last year but she got very emotional whilst there, GP referred...
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