It’s an alarming statistic: One in five children in Minnesota suffers from a mental health problem. Health officials say it’s reaching epidemic proportions.
There’s help, though, says Miller Dwan Hospital, in a free Duluth News Tribune News-Story-advertisement.
[Miss Betsy] Johnson turned to Miller-Dwan [Hospital in Duluth, Minnesota] for help six times over the course of her struggle with depression. Experts say group therapy is the key to overcoming the illness.
Niemi [a well-paid old Twig, MN neighbor of mine] agrees, saying working in groups helps individuals share ideas and give each other support.
“I believe in the healing effects of being with others who have been through similar struggles or currently struggling in a mental illness,” he said.
Johnson is now serving as an advocate for others going through dark times.
“It is very scary to admit that you have a problem and you can’t control yourself, but once you do it, it is the most wonderful feeling on the face of the Earth. It’s liberating,” she said, adding that she’s learned it’s OK not to be OK.
(LIE, LIE, LIE, LIE, LIE, LIE, LIE!!!!)
Miller Dwan Hospital is NOT liberating anybody, and it’s NOT only people admitting that they have problems, and helping each other.
In all actuality, Miller Dwan locks people in, even innocent teenagers, under double-locked doors, and drugs them against their wills, and it’s NOT OK not to be OK, at Miller Dwan. I’ve seen people, both young and old, being forcibly drugged with my own eyes.
The Duluth News Tribune is a liar. So is Mr. Neimi. I’d like to interview Miss Johnson myself, but I can guarantee you neither I nor YOU, nor anyone ELSE will be allowed to interview Miss Johnson without Miller Dwan supervision. Try it out, if you don’t believe me.
Anti-depressant drugs are CAUSING young people to commit suicide, and the people pushing these drugs are murderers.