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Teenage Suicide

by Charles Wm. Skillas, PhD, DD, BCH, CI, FNGH, MCCHt


Now that the FDA has called for warnings on antidepressants given to children because so many are committing suicide, perhaps parents should consider other options for helping distressed children than just giving them pills. Time Magazine for September 27, 2004 says that a number of scientific studies have surfaced over the past year showing that youngsters who take the drugs may be at increased risk of suicidal thoughts and behavior. The antidepressant drugs being used are the serotonin reuptake inhibitors like Prozac. According to Time, the best treatment for depression among adolescents involved a combination of Prozac and cognitive behavior therapy that aims to improve coping skills. Even though recent studies show that suicide rates among adolescents have fallen by one third over the past decade in those countries where the treatment is Prozac and cognitive behavior therapy, there must be a lot of concern within the Federal Government for it to call for tough new warnings on antidepressant labels about teenage suicide.

Hypnotherapists cannot treat depression or other medical or psychiatric conditions because we risk being prosecuted for practicing medicine without a license. However, what if the child's problems stem from a past life experience, an unresolved internal conflict or the attachment of a foreign energy? Allopathic medicine does not acknowledge these. All they do with pills and coping skills, although valuable, is numb the symptoms and teach the child how to bear the misery. They don't solve the problem. They have just made it easier for the child to tolerate it. This helps, but what if you can simply get rid of the problem energy and be done with it instead of coping with it? I think this is a far more elegant way to address the problem than just ameliorating the symptoms.

The subconscious mind is a very powerful supercomputer and the integration of the programs on its hard drive determines our behavior, how we feel and how we respond to life. To change we must install new positive programs to oppose the old negative programs causing trouble. But we can't do this effectively until we have released the problem energies in the subconscious (negative forcing functions).

Properly trained hypnotherapists know how to uncover and release the hidden internal problem energies that installed and support negative programs, by using past life regression therapy, parts therapy and spirit releasement therapy, for example. Once the problem energy sources are released, they don't continue to support the old negative programs. New antithesis programs are then installed that override the old negative programs causing the person's distress. Once this is done, the pills and coping mechanisms aren't needed any longer because the problems disappear.

 

Disclaimer:
This article is intended for general informational purposes
and does not provide medical, psychological, or other professional advice.


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