Category Archives: domestic violence

Cancer may be domestic or workplace or social violence

It seems that where there is physical violence involving one family member against another family member, no one bats an eyelid, It is acceptable. Everyone appreciates that: There are men who have raped their 2 year old daughters, that doesn’t … Continue reading

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I found -perception and rejection of idea to retain health

I had the advantage of having been told by my late, toxic husband about the cheat. It was an aha experience. So I was then able to simply dismiss the suggestion, where previously I had treated the idea seriously.   … Continue reading

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Heart Disease: The games get more serious AND deadly.

This blog is about how and why toxic people play foul games with the lives of other people with whom they are somehow related, mostly for power and influence over them and the consequences are damage, disease and death. I … Continue reading

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The victim’s “bad experience” and the Medical Evidence that shows up foul game play.

    Explaining the symptoms of Panic Attacks If we consider only the fear or what the medicos sometimes call the “fight or flight response”, then we cannot explain the symptoms. Furthermore in most cases anxiety does not normally occur … Continue reading

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Elements 3 and 4 Issues of danger and presented ideas.

Ideas can be potent weapons under the right conditions. The simplest and yet most dramatic example of foul game play is seen in the creation of what the medicos call “a panic attack”. A panic attack is really “a heart … Continue reading

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