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The man in this video, John Breeding, is a PHD psychologist with a private practice in Texas. A great deal of cutting-edge information about "mental disorders" is coming out of Texas now. Texas was the the first state to implement wide-spread drugging of children in the schools based on the theory that one in five Americans is seriously "mentally ill". It was called the TMAP program. It has failed, and worse, caused countless children to suffer needlessly, but TMAP has also spurred a revolution in thinking about just what is and what is not normal behavior, emotion, and reaction to stress and abuse.

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The man in this video, John Breeding, is a PHD psychologist with a private practice in Texas. A great deal of cutting-edge information about "mental disorders" is coming out of Texas now. Texas was the the first state to implement wide-spread drugging of children in the schools based on the theory that one in five Americans is seriously "mentally ill". It was called the TMAP program. It has failed, and worse, caused countless children to suffer needlessly, but TMAP has also spurred a revolution in thinking about just what is and what is not normal behavior, emotion, and reaction to stress and abuse.

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The subject should read "Just what defines mental illness..." I could not find any way to edit the post after it went up. Is there such a feature? Thanks Subvet416

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I watched this video and it looks a little more on the fringe than we usually deal with on Hadit. What is your reason for posting this Video? How does it help a Veteran with their claims>

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This has nothing to do with claims, it is general mental health consumer information. I received 100% P&T in 1980, after six very unpleasant years of drug "treatment", and it took me two more years to learn about orthomolecular therapy and finally recover. Given the choice, I would take recovery over the monthly payments and psychiatric drugs any day, no matter what it cost me.

As it turned out, after I recovered I was never called in for re-evaluation by either the VA or SSD. I presented myself on a number of occasions, but there was no interest in non-drug therapy. So if you have a service-connected pension for a "mental condition" now, you have nothing to fear financially from making a recovery with alternative treatment. If you make more than $900 per month from employment or self-employment, your SSD can be stopped, but you can deduct the cost of orthomolecular therapy, chiropractic care and other alternatives from your earnings as "reasonable and neccessary work related expenses". This way, you can earn the cost of your therapy and it will not affect SSD or the $900 per month you can earn on top of it.

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