The sentiment expressed in this article’s heading may have appeared to be subjective. It was deliberate. But the intention is towards objectivity. The best encouragement that can be given to readers at this time who have borne the brunt of the proverbial shrink’s dalliances and inattentiveness is to make full use of today’s readily available online neuroscience and psychiatry resources. As they said before, nothing could be further than the truth.
The truth is all that matters. And what leads us to the inevitable truth? As much research and development as possible. These online resources give you the truth and nothing but the truth on all there is to know about how the human mind works, and what can be done at a moment’s notice when it is faced with a crisis. Any one crisis can quickly evolve into a full-blown disease. Just ask anyone who has been clinically diagnosed with some form of depression or another.
Bypassing these online resources, because of course, these shrinks know so much already, they all say that this is nothing but a temporary setback and send you on your way with yet another prescription of toxic drugs which seem to do one thing really well. They make you quite dependent. You cannot do without another dose, otherwise how else are you going to get through another day. The online truth reveals that there are so many other forms of alternative therapy, many of them quite natural, that work equally well, if not better, in helping reverse the symptoms of depression and all other forms of high levels of stress and anxiety.
Knowledgeable psychiatrists, the world over, rely on these online resources. Peer review papers are there for all and sundry to read. You can too.