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FRONT PAGE  |  4/16/2021
SATURDAY, FEB 21, 2015  |  64 comments
Big Psychiatry: Eating Too Healthy is a “Mental Disorder”

Apparently not content with medicating more than one out of every five Americans with mind-altering and potentially dangerous psychiatric drugs, the Big Psychiatry and Big Pharmaceutical industries are working to promote their latest invented “mental disorder” supposedly requiring their benevolent and costly assistance: Being too concerned about eating healthy. Calling the proposed new “disorder” orthorexia nervosa, the increasingly discredited establishment press has so far been more than happy to unquestioningly parrot the notion that people deeply concerned with eating healthy and nutritious food are somehow “ill” and in need of expensive “treatment.” As public knowledge of toxins in processed food and genetic engineering spread, the "disorder" is apparently surging in tandem.

The dubious diagnosis of so-called “orthorexia,” which translates roughly into righteous or correct eating, was first ...


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News Item3/3/15 4:42 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Unprofitable Servant wrote:
Thanks for sharing the good news To God be the glory, His mercies are truly fresh and He restores our soul.
Appreciate you, glad you are back to posting here. God bless you brother.
Thank you bro for your gracious and encouraging words. The Lord bless thee also.
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News Item3/2/15 3:16 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
UPS, I just read in your post the link:

http://chipur.com/the-silence-of-stigma-shhh-jessicas-powerful-tale/

Interesting. When did I say that I didn't have sympathy with people who had organic problems such as schizophrenia?

I remember one of the most interesting professors I had --oh and I had more courses in therapeutic side of psychology, then the typical Psychiatrist has had or at least at the time I got my degree-- so I do know something about it. He pointed out that caring, personal attention was one of the best treatments for schizophrenia. I think he had something, I don't think a lot of the other professors did.

Yes, and I would have pointed out to Jessica--as an armchair psychotherapist-- it would have been much better to have kept quiet about her illness and to have acted as normal as possible. Also, there are drugs out their that control the symptoms of schizophrenia. Many have been helped by them to function normally in society. From what I see, anorexia nervosa may have some ties to schizophrenia, something that again a doctor or psychiatrist should be consulted on.

But still, for huge majority the problems, [URL=http://www.biblebb.com/files/victoryoversin.htm]]]How to Have Victory Over Sin[/URL] is the only --true-- cure.

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News Item3/2/15 2:25 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
Dear sister Jessica, please note that despite unkind remarks that continue from some posters on this forum, please note that you are an encouragement to many of us who follow your graciousness and trust in God despite the struggles you face. You are modern day example of the sufficiency of God's grace in the midst of trials. May God's grace continue to uphold you as you can say with Job,

Job 23:10,11 But He knows the way that I take; when he has tried me, I shall come out as gold. My foot has held fast to his steps; I have kept his way and have not turned aside.

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News Item3/2/15 1:00 PM
pennned  Find all comments by pennned
Jessica Dawson wrote:
O may God in all seasons strengthen us with His mercy that endures beyond the generations! Peace to you my sister!
thank you for that prayer sister!
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News Item3/2/15 12:50 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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News Item3/2/15 12:31 AM
Jessica Dawson | Canada  Find all comments by Jessica Dawson
pennnnny wrote:
that post really hurt.
I don't know if this would be of any help.
"Then came Peter to him, and said, Lord, how oft shall my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? till seven times?
Jesus saith unto him, I say not unto thee, Until seven times: but, Until seventy times seven."
Matthew 18:21-22
Dear Penny, May God Almighty heal of us our hurts and bring us into a place of forgiveness and everlasting peace in our souls! May God pull down the strongholds in our lives that would keep us from a steadfast loving relationship with God our Father and The Lord Christ Jesus! O may God in all seasons strengthen us with His mercy that endures beyond the generations! Peace to you my sister!
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News Item3/1/15 8:11 PM
pennnnny  Find all comments by pennnnny
s c wrote:
But what explains,Steve,your gross manner of speech? And pennned, meekness and humility might be traits for which to pray for yourself as Jim,needs not to pander to you,as you speak "... I would expect an apology or at least a clearing of the air. Isn't it amazing that God saves the least..."
It's always interesting that those who consider themselves the "least" are often times the very first to tell everyone such.
that post really hurt.

I don't know if this would be of any help.

"Then came Peter to him, and said, Lord, how oft shall my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? till seven times?

Jesus saith unto him, I say not unto thee, Until seven times: but, Until seventy times seven."

Matthew 18:21-22

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News Item3/1/15 3:58 PM
s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
But what explains,Steve,your gross manner of speech? And pennned, meekness and humility might be traits for which to pray for yourself as Jim,needs not to pander to you,as you speak "... I would expect an apology or at least a clearing of the air. Isn't it amazing that God saves the least..."
It's always interesting that those who consider themselves the "least" are often times the very first to tell everyone such.
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News Item2/28/15 5:57 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
John UK wrote:
Thanks to all for praying. Disaster avoided. Good things can be accomplished by bearing one another's burdens. A human being can only take so much, the mind is a very delicate organ. Even temporary support can make a difference. Work still to be done, but at least one dilemma resolved. Praise the Lord for the love he imparts to his people to make them loving, kind, and gracious. To transport doctrine into practical outworking is a most marvellous thing, bearing fruit in the will of God. Thanks again for prayers, as I have been at peace in the situation all day.
Thanks for sharing the good news To God be the glory, His mercies are truly fresh and He restores our soul.

Appreciate you, glad you are back to posting here. God bless you brother.

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News Item2/28/15 5:38 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Thanks to all for praying. Disaster avoided. Good things can be accomplished by bearing one another's burdens. A human being can only take so much, the mind is a very delicate organ. Even temporary support can make a difference. Work still to be done, but at least one dilemma resolved. Praise the Lord for the love he imparts to his people to make them loving, kind, and gracious. To transport doctrine into practical outworking is a most marvellous thing, bearing fruit in the will of God. Thanks again for prayers, as I have been at peace in the situation all day.
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News Item2/28/15 8:45 AM
SteveR | Mt Zion  Find all comments by SteveR
Jim Lincoln wrote:
My you are really unformed about psychiatry aren't you? I have a Masters degree in General Psychology,
Yet another piece of the puzzle falls into place. That explains your Predicate Thinking & Fausse Reconnaisance, all you need now is to develop an Oedipal Complex for Hillary by the 2016 election to complete the Compulsion Neurosis trifecta
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News Item2/27/15 11:31 PM
pennned  Find all comments by pennned
Jim Lincoln wrote:
My you are really unformed about psychiatry aren't you? I have a Masters degree in General Psychology....Clinical Psychology was and no doubt is a religious discipline not a scientific one.
Did I feel sorry for people who were in the mental hospitals of California of course I did. I recognize that physiological.... various mental illnesses, some genetic, some by physical accident, and some disgustingly caused by personal actions. People who go nuts from personal actions will probably get more sympathy ....
However, neuroses which is what psychologists usually limit there treatment to, is something I get rather impatient with, even have little sympathy for. Psychosis, people that have that problem should not be running around unsupervised.... but so society is not turned into a bedlam....So, psychotic people do need help and neurotic ones are nuttier than a....
that's some pretty cruel writing there Jim. I would expect an apology or at least a clearing of the air. Isn't it amazing that God saves the least of these and raises them up? And those who are wise in their own eyes have no advantage in the Kingdom of God, that it is the humble of heart that are heard by the King?
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News Item2/27/15 10:24 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
ok, I read my post again and did mention sc. I believe my context was that you did have advantage to hit the link that was posted. I believe Lurker was pointing out that Jessica had given links to her write up in the USA Today.

It was kind of you to give Jim the benefit of the doubt, but he really left no doubt if you had read his two post both of which referenced problems due to sin and downplaying the sister's condition.

I guess all of us,especially me, would do well to think before we speak.

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News Item2/27/15 8:50 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
s c wrote:
Thank you for your encouraging words,Jessica. ..pretty sure that he was not encouraging fast food. The Lord knows what he meant and,being impartial,that's how I understood it. ...hope that you two can come to an understanding.
Unprofitable,perhaps you completely read through threads. I don't... mostly only parts...
Hopefully,you're not accusing me of being cold. You will note that I was trying to encourage Jessica and give Jim the benefit of the doubt. Perhaps, you could do the same for me. You are being a bit presumptuous.
I don't think I mentioned you in my post, so no I was not saying you were being cold.

John UK, praying for you and Liz.

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News Item2/27/15 8:31 PM
s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
Thank you for your encouraging words,Jessica. ..pretty sure that he was not encouraging fast food. The Lord knows what he meant and,being impartial,that's how I understood it. ...hope that you two can come to an understanding.
Unprofitable,perhaps you completely read through threads. I don't... mostly only parts...
Hopefully,you're not accusing me of being cold. You will note that I was trying to encourage Jessica and give Jim the benefit of the doubt. Perhaps, you could do the same for me. You are being a bit presumptuous.
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News Item2/27/15 8:19 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
Jim was saying exercise is helpful even if you are on fast food diet but what does that have to do with our dear sister. She even posted a link on her condition in another thread (see 2/21/15 9:38 PM Flower Shop Owner) which sc and Jim were was active in.

http://chipur.com/the-silence-of-stigma-shhh-jessicas-powerful-tale/

That article also has a link to the USA Today article Lurker posted again. So, it would not have taken much research to see what she is going through. Sigh, I just noticed he also made a rather cold hearted condemning comment over there (which hopefully they will remove)

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News Item2/27/15 6:45 PM
Jessica Dawson | Canada  Find all comments by Jessica Dawson
s c wrote:
[...] Jessica,did you understand that he was not suggesting that you eat fast food in the previous post? When he mentioned fast food,he was suggesting that it may be problematic if you did just eat it.And he may not have been well enough acquainted with your specific condition to know that exercise might be a challenge to you.I don't think that he was being cruel there. Not everyone is familiar with all who post on here. It might help to keep that in mind. We all have a propensity,from time to time,to read things through subjective eyes and miss what was actually intended.
I would like to thank everyone for their prayers and encouragement to me!

sc I do not know if I misunderstood Jim's post or not, because when you dissect the actual words he said it does read as if he is encouraging a diet of fast foods in addition to exercise. I cannot truly know, because he has not clarified this?

Jim Lincoln wrote:
Exercise, Jessica, it helps with a multitude of problems including a diet that consists mainly of fast foods -- though of course talk to your doctor about it.
Nevertheless, Jim has been in my prayers... God bless, hope, and peace to you all!
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News Item2/27/15 6:26 PM
Lurker  Protected NameFind all comments by Lurker
John UK wrote:
If anyone else would care to pray for a successful outcome tomorrow, and that the Lord would do graciously in his maidservant's heart, and wipe away her tears, do please do so. Thanks in advance, as I know many on here are filled with love of the Holy Ghost and are true friends in Jesus.
Count on me too, John. Godspeed.
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News Item2/27/15 6:23 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
John UK wrote:
Dorcas, I do thank you for being willing to pray for her. I will tell you her middle name is Liz, so if you pray, the Lord will know who you mean straightway. And please do pray for me also, that the Lord gives me wisdom beyond my means, and needed strength, as I am not in the best of health myself.
If anyone else would care to pray for a successful outcome tomorrow, and that the Lord would do graciously in his maidservant's heart, and wipe away her tears, do please do so. Thanks in advance, as I know many on here are filled with love of the Holy Ghost and are true friends in Jesus.
Will do, bro. Hope you will be encouraged, too.
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News Item2/27/15 5:55 PM
Lurker  Protected NameFind all comments by Lurker
sc wrote:
"Conviction is annoying too,Lurker"

Ranks right up the with your snarky come backs.

"If you carefully had read what I had posted in regards to Jim's comment regarding fast food and exercise,you would have figured it out. Maybe you need to properly discern before you assume"

I know exactly what you said you thought he said. How was it of any interest to you unless you can't resist a chance to meddle? If you don't care enough for a disabled sister to bother to understand her lot in life... butt out.

"I wouldn't have an idea of Jessica's condition unless I would read through all of what has been posted,which I don't"

Says it all. But you could have an idea if you cared. Did you read the article I posted? Jessica posted that quite some time ago and I care enough for her that I saved it.

"And sweet as she may be she did misinterpret what Jim had posted in regards to his fast food comment"

Misrepresent as in lie? Couldn't even give her the benefit that she may have misunderstood in her despair?

"I was merely pointing that out. She was upset, partially, because she thought that he had recommended that she eat more fast food, not less."

Really? You know nothing about Jessica and yet you are an authority of what she thought?

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