posted on Aug, 13 2017 @ 11:37 PM
a reply to: pravdaseeker
Dear ATS Readers,
Well, quite a good amount of responses, so far. I am guessing 90% against, and 10% say it helped, or saved their lives.
Better alive than a child without a father; I hope you are doing just fine, and all is well with you and your family.
For those it helped, and who were open enough to disclose such therapy; I figure you must have been pretty brave, in more than one way.
I was not aware it could mess with your memory, but it isn't surprising either! Good grief you are zapping the brain after all.
The original article did not say how bad off the lady is... so.. you must just "assume" something.
Suicide does seem to run in a family sometimes, I had a step-brother who tried to take his life twice. He had a brother who tried and succeeded at
killing himself. And there were a couple of times my step-mom tried as well.
The brain and it's chemical "triggers" etc is still a great mystery, even to modern medicine I think.
One thread entry mentioned some of the psychodelic's have helped some, and I have read some on these treatments as well. They seem to be more common
in South America where "shamanism" and using plants from the jungle are still commonly used.
I still find the lady not having a choice, or proper legal protection quite disturbing though.
Thank you to all who have contributed so far.