Posts Tagged ‘depression’


February 14, 2013

You are an awesome dude if you can answer the following questions: What’s better for your health?

1. Saturated or unsaturated fat?

2. Polyunsaturated or monounsaturated fat?

4. Omega 3 or Omega 6?

5. Lenolenic acid or lenoleic acid?

6. Can the right fat consumption do all the following things?

Protect your heart ? Arteries? Blood clotting? Eye health?

Reduce depression ? Elevate mood?

Lower inflammation ? Protect liver?

Treat Schizophrenia ? Improve cognition? Reduce Alzheimer?

Reduce cancer, colds, colon cancer, prostate and more?

What are you waiting for? I know you don’t want to be your worse enemy!


What’s best and worst for your self esteem.

September 3, 2010

Before I retired I made $100 per 10 minutes as a psychological consultant to the National Enquirer. As a professor of psychology and parapsychology I was very popular with students. You are now getting me free, so cash in on it. I will teach you incredible stuff in easy to understand and perform ways. My total posting on my blogs and websites so far is over 400 important pieces of information, from how to raise your self-esteem (today) to why people don’t pursue the best treatment for cancer (next week).

Self-esteem is how you feel about who you are, not what you think of yourself. How you feel affects your self-confidence, assertiveness and level of energy. A high self-esteem can prevent depression, overeating, overspending, and will prolong a high quality of relationships. A low self-esteem will affect your health, happiness and financial situation.

Let’s get to work: I want you to think of a situation in your life where you either gave up on doing something, gave in to someone, or said to yourself  “Why bother” or “I’ll get to it when I do,” or “Who cares” or “I can’t win.” The most common occurrence in life is being “cheated,” either by design or by an oversight by someone at home, in the workplace, by a so-called friend, as a consumer, or in a – department store.

Here is what you do: Never give up! First, write a letter describing all the details of the situation and keep it as a reference document on your computer – not your opinions but the facts. Second, make a list of all the potential persons and agencies that might help correct the situation. Third, call, send the letter, email, tweet, write on Facebook, complain to a government agency, consumers protection agency, chamber of commerce, BBB, newspapers, get to work on it for a day! Winning is the best psychological thing you can do for your self-esteem, while losing is the worst psychological thing you can do to your self-esteem. So, do a darn good job in presenting your case. And, you know something, you can’t accomplish that without education. Poor, uneducated people always get screw. Educating yourself is the first step in building a high self-esteem. But, here is the catch: Select your schools, teachers, or programs carefully, most of them are – political junk. How do you like that for telling it like it is! Always!

Breathing Depression Away!

February 18, 2010

b Welcome to the best blog in the world. I know, you think that I am boasting. Backtrack to 200 postings and you will know that if you follow me, your life will improve. Today, for starters, take one St. John’s Wort and breath “consciously” for 10 minutes. You will start seeing the difference. Some of you have a resisting mind, so you’ll have to find your “Breathing style” to make it work, and do it until it does! This technique works 100% if you persist and do it right. Why isn’t the technique “famous”? Because what I “dig” to put on my blogs is the top 1% of useful information that gets lost in the shuffle of psychology and medicine. Keep tuning in because you want to live a great life! 🙂 🙂

My response to Tracy Farley on Facebook.

January 17, 2010

This is the first time that what I put on Facebook beats my ‘stuff’ on this blog. My response to Tracy about how  young people can find themselves, was good. The inspiration to remember a real story about a Mexican mutt came from her, Tracy is inspiring, a fine human being. We connected originally on Facebook because we both believe in – UFOs.

Hey, everyone, join real discussions for a change. Life is to explore.

Dance with Depression!

November 21, 2009

I’m a psychologist with so much experience, you wouldn’t believe it, the last 40 years it has been almost all different from how mainstream psychologists think. I am more like Thomas Szasz and R.D. Laing who claimed that depression was not a mental illness. Depression is a natural phenomenon, a reaction to boredom and pre-occupation with small talk. Depression is normal, a reaction to changed hormonal balance. The other day I felt depressed. I didn’t really care to analyse it. I bought a BOSE music player, stuck my iPOD in it, and danced with my Depression. I am 73, it was awesome, better than dancing with wolves, almost as good as dancing with my pretty young wife!