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Borderline Personality Disorder: Does it really Exist?

What is borderline personality disorder? Is it possible that this is not a true disorder Borderline personality disorder or BPD is described in the psychiatric bible, the Diagnostic and Statistical ...

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For the Love of Children: CCHR Florida Events

For the Love of Children: CCHR Florida’s week-end Oct. 28-30 Oct. 28th: For Youths – Meet one of CCHR Florida’s allies and find out more about our Youth Group. (See ...

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Is Spongebob bad for kids?

Is SpongeBob bad for kids, even causing ADD symptoms? Should children be exposed to these fast paced cartoons? There have been some recent studies that point in this direction. So ...

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Why Are Children on Antipsychotics?

Antipsychotics are being increasingly prescribed to children at an alarming rate, some as young as two years old. With many adverse side effects, lack of precise diagnoses and no evidence ...

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Story of a four year old boy who didn't have ADHD!

A Four Year Old Boy—Gets to go to school and be a child CCHR Florida received a call from a mom who was told that her four year old son ...

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The Use of Dangerous Antipsychotics In Children

Pediatric Health Advisers Urge FDA to Take Action Regarding Use of Antipsychotics in Children Because it has become scientifically fashionable to label normal childhood behaviors (such as short attention spans, ...

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CCHR Florida at STAND Conference 2011-Largest Conference of Its Kind

CCHR Florida Attended the Largest Conference in the state of Florida, attended by Parents, Teachers, Social Workers, Attorneys, Psychologists and Non-profits… STAND Conference 2011: The Statewide Network on Disabilities Network on Disabilities’ ...

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Psychiatric Drugs for Psychiatric Disorders May Shorten Life

Psychiatric disorders may indeed shorten life. But not for what may seem like the “obvious” reason. Psychologists’ own studies have found psychiatric drugs shortening life by many years. If treatment ...

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Personality Disorders: Who Can Decide What is Normal?

Personality disorders, mental disorders and mental illnesses are all terms to designate some kind of supposed abnormal behavior that needs to be treated. At least, that is what a psychiatrist ...

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TeenScreen: Benevolent or Malevolent? (Good or Bad?)

Mental Health Screening of School Children The Aug. 30, 2011 article in The Wall Street Journal, “Will Students Take A Mental Health Test”, covers the seemingly benevolent issue of whether ...

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