This page will include a list of incredible resources that we think will help you to cope with your loss. They will also help someone who may be suffering from mental illness to cope with their health issues in a natural, drug free, way.
In both cases, turning pain, suffering and sadness into relaxation, comfort, celebration and joy.
Igor Ledochowski is a master hypnotist. His self hypnosis program can teach you the skills that you need to reprogram your subconscious mind so that emotional memories that once caused you pain, suffering and sadness will instead bring you relaxation, comfort and joy.
Igor Ledochowski is a master hypnotist. His Ethical Conversational Hypnosis program can teach the mentally ill the skills that they need to both make friends and become a well liked, integrated, member of their local community. As a member of a community, where they focus on win-win rather than win-lose outcomes, they will have much more support and will develop much better skills to cope with their mental illness without the need to rely on doctor prescribed or self medication.
Jordan B Peterson – 12 Rules for Life
Renowned psychologist Jordan B Peterson’s answer to this most difficult of questions uniquely combines the hard-won truths of ancient tradition with the stunning revelations of cutting-edge scientific research. Listening to him speak directly or reading his words, rather than paying attention to the critics who attempt to redefine him in caricature, is invaluable equally for those who suffer from loss and those who suffer from mental illness.
This page contains stories, articles and blogs by people who transitioned and later detransitioned, or are in the process of detransitioning. The stories are varied; some from men, some from women, some who experience regret, some who don’t. They are the part of the story which is hidden and denied by transgender activists and support groups and they all deserve to be heard. The top link is very important as the first survey of its kind, of over 200 young women who have detransitioned or reidentified after having formerly taken steps to transition.
More to come…