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Disorder

Goalhanger & Global Enduring Disorder Ltd

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Gone are the days of coherent international coordination. Rather than working together to solve pressing crises, many of the world’s most powerful states are actively making those crises worse. The result? We’re living through a novel historical era: The Global Enduring Disorder. The Disorder podcast teases out the key principles that connect seemingly disparate challenges: from Climate Change to Tax Havens, to Unregulated Cyberspace, to the Wars in Ukraine, Syria, and Libya. Jason Pack, NAT ...
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talkBD Bipolar Disorder Podcast

CREST Bipolar Disorder Network

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talkBD gathers top bipolar experts, psychiatrists, psychologists, and researchers from around the world to discuss and answer live questions on a topic area important to life with bipolar disorder. Learn about upcoming episodes, mental health resources, and more from our bipolar disorder experts at: https://talkBD.live. Hosted by international bipolar disorder research network CREST.BD.
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Disordered: Anxiety Help

Josh Fletcher and Drew Linsalata

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Disordered is the podcast that delivers real, evidence-based, actionable talk about anxiety and anxiety and anxiety recovery in a kind, compassionate, community-oriented environment. Josh Fletcher is a qualified psychotherapist in the UK. Drew Linsalata is a therapist-in-training in the US. They're both bestselling authors in the anxiety and mental health space. Josh and Drew are funny, friendly, and they have a knack for combining lived experience, formal training, and professional experien ...
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Disorderly Dogs!

Rachel Laurie Harris CPDT-KA

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Living with dogs is a major joy and also a major pain in the you know what sometimes. I share easy to implement, real life training advice with an emphasis on kindness and compassion.
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Be Brave is a podcast all about the ups and downs of eating disorder/anorexia recovery. We will talk about the challenges, uplifting aspects, strategies, funny stories and tips for overcoming an eating disorder. As an individual that has struggled with a severe eating disorder and overcome it, I hope to provide personal insight as well as empathy and understanding that can only come from someone who has been in a similar position.
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This show will explore the deeper meaning of our relationship with food. We dive into issues related to body image, restriction, bingeing, purging, compulsive exercise, and eating disorder related behaviors. We utilize ideas from psychoanalysis, the deep work therapy, to bring you answers about why you do the things you do and one step closer to a healthier relationship with food and yourself.
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Diagnosed with Dissociative Identity Disorder at age 36, Emma and her system share what they learn along the way about DID, dissociation, trauma, and mental health. Educational, supportive, inclusive, and inspiring, System Speak documents her healing journey through the best and worst of life in recovery through insights, conversations, and collaborations.
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The Neurological Disorder Podcast is a podcast created by Mridula Bharathi, a high school junior, young changemaker, and advocate for neurological disorders. In this podcast, she interviews people who are affected by neurological diseases, and they share their incredible stories as a fighter of the disorder. She also talk with doctors and surgeons who are experts on these disorders, researchers who are working to find cures for them, and more! Through this podcast, she hopes to spread awaren ...
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Introducing Melrose Heals: A conversation about eating disorders. The podcast is hosted by Melrose Center’s licensed clinical psychologist Dr. Karen Nelson. Melrose Heals is designed to explore, discuss and understand eating disorders. We have over 35 years of experience caring for all types of eating disorders, affecting all sorts of people. We would love to share some of our knowledge with you. Because in the end, we believe that recovery is possible. It’s only when we have honest conversa ...
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Since 2007 Nutrition Therapist Robyn Goldberg has been on the front lines of helping people heal their relationships with food, movement, medical conditions and their bodies. The Eating Disorder Trap Podcast creates an expansive support and resource system for people struggling with eating disorders. Bringing to the table her experience as an IAEDP certified eating disorder registered dietitian/supervisor and certified intuitive eating counselor, Robyn Goldberg thoughtfully interviews a vari ...
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"Que chacun fasse connaître le genre de gouvernement qui commande son respect et ce sera le premier pas pour l'obtenir." - La Désobéissance civile, Henry David Thoreau. Dans Disobey, nous inviterons des personnalités issues du monde culturel, politique, associatif.
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This is a podcast all about eating disorder recovery, providing frequent bite-size episodes containing information, inspiration, motivation and hope, as well as some relevant research and neuroscience, to help anyone be more feck it, fun, fabulous and free in their eating disorder recovery. Hosted by Helly Barnes, a woman who has lived with an eating disorder for over a decade as an adult, has navigated the tricky and messy recovery process, and who now works as a professional eating disorde ...
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This show will explore the deeper meaning of our relationship with food. We dive into issues related to body image, restriction, bingeing, purging, compulsive exercise, and eating disorder related behaviors. We utilize ideas from psychoanalysis, the deep work therapy, to bring you answers about why you do the things you do and one step closer to a healthier relationship with food and yourself.
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The Body Love Binge is the podcast for you if you’re SO DONE with living in the hell hole of an eating disorder. If you’re ready to dig deep & truly meet yourself (most likely for the first time in your life) in order to reach REAL recovery from anorexia, bulimia or binge eating, then you’re in the right place. I'm your host, Victoria Kleinsman, a food freedom & body love coach, eating disorder & abuse survivor who's on a mission to love & support millions of women to come back home to self- ...
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The Ease With Food Podcast is here to bring you the tips and tricks of eating disorder and disordered eating recovery. Let's chat ED recovery, and all things health and wellness. Hosted by Shannon Western, a registered nutritionist, ACCPH therapist, and ED recovery coach. Shannon is the founder of Ease Nutrition Therapy: an eating disorders, disordered eating, and Non-Diet clinic. We work with all relationships to food: from binge eating, restriction, purging, and anything in between. This i ...
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Want to understand the link between autism and eating disorders? The Liv Label Free Podcast provides you with insights and strategies for recovery through meaningful conversations and stories of lived experience. Your host, Livia Sara, is an autistic ED warrior that now guides other autistics and their loved ones to a life of freedom. Learn more about Livia on her website livlabelfree.com and follow her on Instagram @livlabelfree!
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My Secret Life With An Eating Disorder

Maureen Kritzer-Lange MSW, LCSW

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I'm Maureen Kritzer-Lange a Psychoanalyst specializing in Eating Disorders (The Queen of Self Esteem & creator of the “Don't Trust the Mirror” Movement). This is my personal story of my struggles with an eating disorder. I thought it would take my life. I had nobody to talk to so I began journaling while in high school. In my podcast I share stories from this journal and then use my psychoanalyst perspective to reflect on my “younger” self. My life mission is to help women get their lives ba ...
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There’s never a dull moment for hosts, Drew and Garden System, who are a couple that have both been diagnosed with Dissociative Identity Disorder. While they are navigating their healing journey, they continue to manage full time careers, raise four teenagers and a house full of pets. Not only do they aim to speak to people who have lived experience with DID and their supporters, but also therapists and anyone who wants to learn more. The podcast talks about Dissociative Identity Disorder in ...
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Uno sguardo attuale e disincantato sul mondo del lavoro: aggiornamenti, testimonianze, interviste e, auspicabilmente, qualche offerta d' impiego alla portata di tutti. Seguici su Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/Professione-Disoccupato-139920383352792/
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One of modern modern music’s most enduring genres, progressive rock has flourished since the late sixties when radio switched to FM and music became adventurous and more artistic outside of the comfort zones of Pop. Progressive rock also branched into sub-genres; progressive folk, progressive metal, RIO — rock in opposition, avant-garde & experimental, progressive electronic, Psychedelic space rock, progressive Italiano, post-rock, krautrock, canterbury, jazz fusion, and many others. Unlike ...
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Venture into the disorganized mind of your host Alex Naranjo as he gives you all of his thoughts and insights into what's going on in the world. Whether it is sports, music, movies, or anything in between nothing will be out of bounds.
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I found these notes in my attic. I have no idea who they belong to. Friends say that this is just a fairy tale invented by a single teenage girl. But I know that they're wrong. And I'm afraid the whole city will soon understand why.
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Today I’m talking to Dr. Kamila Irvine who is senior lecturer in Psychology at Lincoln University. Kamila specialises in body image and eating disorders and is particularly interested in perceptual body image and size/shape estimation. Kamila completed her PhD at Northumbria University, focusing on body image and then worked as a Teaching Fellow at…
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In this episode, I share my personal experiences living with and training reactive dogs. Reactive behavior is generally characterized by over-the-top responses, such as barking and lunging at people, other dogs, or various stimuli. My goal is to help you understand the contributing factors to reactivity and what they might mean for potential outcom…
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I dive into practical strategies for reducing your takeaway food expenses. Discover how to be honest with your eating habits, plan a realistic budget, and identify the triggers that lead to spending on takeaway. I also explore alternatives like "fakeaways" and pre-prepared meals, and discuss the importance of sharing cooking responsibilities. Conne…
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An anxious state can be at least partially fueled by the act of metacognition. That's thinking and feeling ... about thinking and feeling. When meta-beliefs tell us that thinking, rumination, worry, and mental problem solving is a good way to fix our internal experiences (like big emotions, scary thoughts, or anxiety), things can go off the rails. …
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EP 75 Beyond the Scale-Challenging Anxiety and Trusting your Body | with Maureen Kritzer-Lange MSW, LCSW Accepting new patients : Call 973-313-1691 For NEW PATIENT PACKAGES! Please join the "Don't Trust The Mirror MOVEMENT at http://www.donttrustthemirror.com Maureen’s life mission is to help women be all that they can be – by improving self esteem…
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In this podcast episode, I discuss the differences between extreme hunger and binge eating in eating disorder recovery. I provide an in-depth explanation of the underlying drivers of both to help you understand why they happen and how to overcome them. Expect to gain clarity and reassurance around extreme hunger and binge eating through my candid w…
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Molly shares her progress in religious trauma therapy. You can JOIN THE COMMUNITY HERE. We have peer support check-in groups, an art group, a lego group, movie groups, and social events. Additional zoom groups are optional, but only available by joining the groups. Join us! To submit an email to the podcast: podcast@systemspeak.com Content Note: Co…
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A week ago today, NATO wrapped up its 75th anniversary summit. At the event genuine support of Ukraine was on full display. Discussion of how to Trump-proof NATO dominated the agenda, partnerships with NATO’s southern periphery were side stepped and the war in Gaza was largely ignored. All of this was choreographed to project unity and paper over d…
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Internationally renowned bipolar disorder expert Dr. Trisha Suppes unravels the latest science in bipolar disorder treatment by breaking down the proven and cutting-edge treatments available today - exploring traditional solutions such as Lithium and mood stabilizers alongside exciting new options like psilocybin, ketamine, and the Ketogenic diet. …
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... It's until next time. ----- Get into Gold & Silver and out of the fiat trap below: https://7kmetals.com/drewweatherhead/ Join the chat LIVE on Rumble for future Social Disorder Podcasts! https://rumble.com/user/SocialDisorderPodcast Get your edition of Layers of Truth at the links below: Audiobook: https://www.audible.ca/pd/B0D1VV75CM?source_co…
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Drew & Garden System have a lively discussion with Ocean about the use of Internal Family Systems, particularly with Dissociative Identity Disorder. Come learn all about the special considerations clinicians need to keep in mind and implement when they choose to use IFS as an intervention with their DID clients. Ocean is a highly educated and Certi…
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Recovery is overwhelming. If it feels like trying to solve a Rubik’s cube blindfolded, you’re not alone. But guess what? There’s one (okay, maybe two, but let’s not split hairs) thing that’s crucial for recovery to happen. Just one. And that is: eating adequately and consistently. It's the magic bullet that helps decrease food obsessions, restores …
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Recovery is overwhelming. If it feels like trying to solve a Rubik’s cube blindfolded, you’re not alone. But guess what? There’s one (okay, maybe two, but let’s not split hairs) thing that’s crucial for recovery to happen. Just one. And that is: eating adequately and consistently. It's the magic bullet that helps decrease food obsessions, restores …
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In bye gone moons, Trump inadvertently quoted Ralf Waldo Emerson, “When you strike at the King, you must kill him.” Yet on Saturday July 13, Donald Trump survived an attempt to gun him down at a campaign rally in Pennsylvania. Will this be one of those pivotal moments which go down in history - like the assassination of Lincoln; of Archduke Franz F…
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My mom is back for part 2 of our Q&A on autism and eating disorders! In today’s episode, we delve into the unique challenges faced by families when it comes to communication when dealing with autism and eating disorders. You’ll learn: Tips to communicate with an autistic person struggling with food How to build a safe and trusting environment in ED…
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Send us a Text Message. This week's episode is with Samantha Sauer, a patient navigator and the Director of the Patient Helpline at Patients Rising. Patients Rising is an organization that aims to empower patients in America to advocate for reforms, placing them, alongside their doctors, in control of their healthcare choices. The Patient Helpline,…
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For the 600th episode of the Social Disorder Podcast, and returning for the second time - Dr. James Lindsay joins the show! Dr. Lindsay assesses where the west is right now as opposed to world history, but also as opposed to where it was even a year ago! This one is not an episode to be missed! ----- Check out Dr. Lindsay's upcoming film: https://b…
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We recap a webinar with Jules (pre-new-microphones, apologies!). You can JOIN THE COMMUNITY HERE. We have peer support check-in groups, an art group, a lego group, movie groups, and social events. Additional zoom groups are optional, but only available by joining the groups. Join us! To submit an email to the podcast: podcast@systemspeak.com Conten…
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Dr. Ivy Love Margulies is a licensed clinical psychologist, hypnotherapist and death midwife who specializes in grief, loss, and trauma encompassing the entire spectrum of a woman’s reproductive and maternal mental health. She works with postpartum mood and anxiety disorders, birth trauma, NICU, preterm labor, miscarriage, infertility, pregnancy re…
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In today's episode I am joined by the amazing Danica Wild. Together we chat about the flaws of the diagnostic term 'atypical anorexia' as well as how this diagnosis influences treatment. Additionally we chat about how treatment varies between adolescents and adults with eating disorders. *Trigger Warning* - this episode contains conversation around…
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Today I have a returning guest to the podcast and I’m talking with Cara Byrne – an integrative humanistic psychotherapist based in Ireland. She is the founder of Hike Psych – offering walking and talking therapy in nature for her clients, combining her love of nature and psychotherapy. Cara has always been fascinated by other human beings and the e…
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In this episode, I share another inspiring Reactive Redefined case study featuring Jordan and her dog, Stowe. Jordan has made incredible progress in training Stowe, who can be reactive to both dogs and people under certain conditions. Jordan was very proactive about using management techniques to prevent reactions, demonstrating excellent timing an…
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There is an idea in the sociological spaces that stems from a socialist thought school based on "equity". What seems like a morally virtuous concept, though, turns out to be the very rot that can crumple a strong society or prevent one from forming altogether. ----- Get into Gold & Silver and out of the fiat trap below: https://7kmetals.com/drewwea…
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Even when you understand that changing your reaction to anxious thoughts, feelings, and sensations is the way out ... you may feel that this is impossible because those thoughts, those sensations, and your reactions feel completely automatic and unchangeable. This is a common concern for almost anyone struggling with anxiety disorder recovery so th…
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In this episode, I explore the role of mechanical eating in ED recovery and other times you might eat ths why. Learn why structured eating is essential, what it looks like in practice, and how to navigate the challenges it presents. Whether you're new to the concept or looking for support on your journey, this episode offers valuable insights and p…
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What is the mind of the ant, philosophically? What can we learn from it that could guide our efforts in this life on earth? ----- Get into Gold & Silver and out of the fiat trap below: https://7kmetals.com/drewweatherhead/ Join the chat LIVE on Rumble for future Social Disorder Podcasts! https://rumble.com/user/SocialDisorderPodcast Get your editio…
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We talk about unfawning... with ourselves. Making Lace videos: https://youtube.com/shorts/6vNfAiiY4No?si=WABqgGhGCJtTvXKM https://youtube.com/shorts/d7N4_PXEk8I?si=sugcCTuC7Tlsbdqh You can JOIN THE COMMUNITY HERE. We have peer support check-in groups, an art group, a lego group, movie groups, and social events. Additional zoom groups are optional, …
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This podcast episode features Victoria chatting with Marla Mervis Hartmann, a body image expert, about loving your body and yourself. Listeners can expect to learn Marla's journey to self-love and tips on overcoming disordered eating and negative body image. Main Discussion Points: - Marla's struggles with food, exercise and body image growing up a…
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NATO is the longest lasting and most successful military alliance in human history. Today NATOs 75th Summit in Washington, DC comes to a close. What can NATO’s past tell us about its probably future? To commemorate this symbolic occasion, Jason is joined by Peter Apps. He is the author of ‘Deterring Armageddon: A Biography of NATO’, a global defenc…
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Mankind is forever in conflict. With each other and himself. Is there even a possibility of lasting peace on earth? And if not, why do we stive towards it anyways? ----- Get into Gold & Silver and out of the fiat trap below: https://7kmetals.com/drewweatherhead/ Join the chat LIVE on Rumble for future Social Disorder Podcasts! https://rumble.com/us…
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The fabric of Canada isn't what it used to be, and the changes that are becoming more and more apparent may in fact be a purposeful effect to bring on the death of our national identity. ----- Get into Gold & Silver and out of the fiat trap below: https://7kmetals.com/drewweatherhead/ Join the chat LIVE on Rumble for future Social Disorder Podcasts…
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Cluster B This show aims to educate the audience from a scientifically informed perspective about the major cluster B personality disorders: narcissism, histrionic, borderline, and antisocial. Want more mental health content? Check out our other Podcasts: Mental Health // Demystified with Dr. Tracey Marks True Crime Psychology and Personality Healt…
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Drew & Garden System interview Katie Keech, MFT on the intersections of neurodivergence with DID, autism, and ADHD. Katie Keech, MFT, whose pronouns are They/Them, has over twenty years of professional experience in both community mental health and private practice. They have managed emerging adult community mental health programs and forensic prog…
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“This intuitive eating thing is BS, I tried it and it didn’t work.” Sound familiar? Trust me, you’re not alone. Today we’re talking about another hot topic that’s been buzzing all over social media, popping up in emails and filling my DMs. \ That’s right, we’re talking about critical thinking in the realm of anti-diet messaging. Tweetable Quotes "I…
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“This intuitive eating thing is BS, I tried it and it didn’t work.” Sound familiar? Trust me, you’re not alone. Today we’re talking about another hot topic that’s been buzzing all over social media, popping up in emails and filling my DMs. \ That’s right, we’re talking about critical thinking in the realm of anti-diet messaging. Tweetable Quotes "I…
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‘The people that walked in darkness have seen a great light; and they that dwell in the land of the shadow of Brexit, upon them hath the light shined.’ (Isaiah 9, v.2 with only one word changed) In retrospect, the melodies and lyrics of Handel’s Messiah appear quite appropriate for this most non-Messianic of Messiahs, the man of our moment, Sir Kei…
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The narrative during the pandemic became very antagonistic to the idea of "Doing your own research". We're going to dig into some of that idea and who it served for people to obey it or not. ----- Get into Gold & Silver and out of the fiat trap below: https://7kmetals.com/drewweatherhead/ Join the chat LIVE on Rumble for future Social Disorder Podc…
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We give a therapy update. Scientific American article referenced: https://michaelshermer.com/sciam-columns/the-sensed-presence-effect/ You can JOIN THE COMMUNITY HERE. We have peer support check-in groups, an art group, a lego group, movie groups, and social events. Additional zoom groups are optional, but only available by joining the groups. Join…
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