Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Psych survey

From a reader:

Hi M.E.,

I read your book a few months ago, and I really loved it.  I created a psychology survey that looks at different psychological disorders for science fair, and I'm having a little trouble getting the link out to the masses.  Would you mind putting the link in one of your blog posts?  It would be very helpful.  the link is here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/VHTJ666

If you do decide to put it up, mention that only people with ASPD should participate in the survey.  

Thank you for your time!


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    2. I would seriously recommend looking into dietary therapies. That view of the world being overwhelmingly big is, for instance, linked with neurological problems like B-vitamin deficiency. The best diet I've ever found for mental or behavioral disorders is the Gut and Psychology Syndrome diet, developed by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride. Read her book, follow the advice, and who knows, perhaps your anxiety will disappear.

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