Can grief be a mental illness? With new diagnostic changes, maybe
Each year 90,000 parents in the U.S. confront the profound suffering that follows the death of a child or adolescent.
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#1 May 25, 2013
Each year the parasites of the mental health industry attempt to mind drug those grieving the loss of a love one out of greed and to gain power and control and future victims for later years.
Parents who find these mental Health people at the school of child should advise the children to the eviliness of the industry in attempting to create emotional feelings for a false diagnoses of mentally ill.
Parents should deny access to seeing their child.
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