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My first book

Those who don’t read Deschner’s series on Christendom’s history on which I am now focusing are perhaps unaware that, within those posts, I interject comments of my own. For example, yesterday I commented on Charlemagne’s childhood as follows: The autobiographical genre I want to inaugurate, analysing our abusive parents, sheds great light on these issues.…

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Toxic parents

‘Narcissist parents lie, cheat, delude themselves and even murder their offspring’s souls to project and maintain a false image of themselves, because admission of responsibility would threaten their false self-image’, wrote someone who understands trauma. Interestingly, Lulu Inc. is allowing my books dealing with child abuse, so I will try to publish once again the…

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Why I don’t talk about the news

Talking about the news is a matter for commoners, not the crow. These days I rarely read entire articles that come from the pen of white nationalists. And indeed, today I didn’t read the entire article that MacDonald published yesterday, ‘Why It’s Important for Trump to Win’. If we imagine that there is such a…

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Exlibris

Those who wish to read my recent ‘Nobody Wanted to Listen’ series in due order can do so on my Ex Libris page (here).

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Nobody wanted to listen, 11

Epilogue Every time I tried to draw water from the well, the bucket came out dry in the desert of my acquaintances. Parents or personal tragedies, as a subject, was forbidden throughout society. For decades I couldn’t cover the topic with anyone. For the human galaxy of those who commit suicide that history has seen,…

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Nobody wanted to listen, 10

The pathetic survivors Finally, I can be told that since the mental health professions are inherently corrupt, I shouldn’t have considered even anti-psychiatrists but only survivor groups. Common sense tells us that, unlike the professionals who are part of the system, in self-help groups we will find the much sought after help. But let’s remember…

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Nobody wanted to listen, 9

Ronald Laing and anti-psychiatry What’s written above leads me to a corollary to my book How to Murder Your Child’s Soul. The universal stubbornness or blindness about the ravages resulting from parental abuse is the cause of the existence of psychiatry. Because parents are taboo, for more than a century the profession has tried to…

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Nobody wanted to listen, 8

Peter Breggin and his editor In my previous book I had said that the psychiatrist Peter Breggin has denounced the folie à deux between the parent who abuses his child and the psychiatrist who drugs not the aggressor, but the abused one. Unfortunately, like Szasz Breggin’s successors suffer from a dire blind spot. Critics of…

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Nobody wanted to listen, 7

Szasz and Shirley MacLaine Now some will tell me that it is neither the psychiatrists nor the psychologists nor the psychoanalysts, but the critics of the mental health professions with whom I should have tried to communicate. Another myth. At the beginning of the century, the activist Carmen Ávila directed me to investigate Mexican psychiatry.…

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Nobody wanted to listen, 6

A humanitarian analyst Once again, I will be told that I chose the wrong people: that the Escobars were unfortunate cases and that in the world there are professionals capable of understanding a tragedy for what it is, a tragedy and call a spade a spade. Let’s now see what happened to me with the…

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