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      FriendFeed was shut down on April 9, 2015. We maintained the service since we joined Facebook in 2009, but the number of people using FriendFeed had been steadily declining and in the end, the community was just a fraction of what it once was. Given this, we decided that it was time to start winding things down. We want to thank you all for being such a terr […]
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      Dear FriendFeed community, We wanted to let you know that FriendFeed will be shutting down soon. We've been maintaining the service since we joined Facebook five years ago, but the number of people using FriendFeed has been steadily declining and the community is now just a fraction of what it once was. Given this, we've decided that it's time […]
    • Custom FriendFeed themes and a way to show them off
      When we launched FriendFeed themes we mentioned some improvements we wanted to make, and here they are! Choose how people see your FriendFeed profile Starting today, people who visit your profile will see it in the theme you've chosen. If you'd prefer visitors not to see your theme, you can turn it off on your settings page. You can also choose the […]
    • FriendFeed accepts Facebook friend request
      We are happy to announce that Facebook has acquired FriendFeed. As my mom explained to me, when two companies love each other very much, they form a structured investment vehicle... The FriendFeed team is extremely excited to become a part of the talented Facebook team. We've always been great admirers of Facebook, and our companies share a common visio […]
    • FriendFeed API v2: Out of beta, OAuth for installed applications
      Two weeks ago, we launched version 2 of the FriendFeed API in beta. Since then, we've watched how developers have been using the API and collected a lot of their feedback. We've implemented some changes, and now, we're ready to remove the beta label! In addition to removing the beta label, we also added support for using OAuth in applications […]
    • Ben Darnell joins FriendFeed: Ben++!
      We're very excited to have Ben Darnell joining the FriendFeed team starting today! Not only is Ben our newest employee, he's our first new employee in over a year!I had the honor of working with Ben on the Google Reader team and I'm thrilled to have him bring his ninja-fu data-storage and scalability skills to FriendFeed.Of course, now that we […]
    • Improve FriendFeed for your friends by recommending subscriptions
      As a devoted FriendFeed user, I have tried to convince all of my friends and family to join the site, but a handful of them never quite got their accounts set up properly. With our new Recommend friends feature, I can fix their FriendFeed experience by recommending subscriptions to them. Visit http://friendfeed.com/friends/recommend, and you can recommend su […]
    • FriendFeed API v2: Real-time, OAuth, file attachments, and more
      Today we are launching version 2 of the FriendFeed API for beta testing. We focused on making the API simpler to use, and we added number of compelling new features: Real-time APIs - utilize long polling to get feeds in real-time, including search! Flexible sharing options - Direct message users. Share to multiple feeds. File attachments - Attach images, pdf […]
    • Someone's in the kitchen with FriendFeed themes
      Variety is the spice of life, and we know you like some spice when you 'feed, so we cooked up a few more themes to please your palette.Grasslands gives a breath of country air to the FriendFeed experience and, if higher altitudes are your fancy, we've got Orion (thanks for the pic, NASA!) Knot brings a little bit of elegant decoration, and be sure […]
    • Duck Hunt theme
      By popular demand, we bring you the Duck Hunt theme, in which you shoot cartoon ducks while you peruse FriendFeed. Make sure you have your sound on. If you want duck carnage on your own site, check out Duck my life.
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Dianetics: A Simple Solution for “PTSD”

image I just read this article on CNN.com about a soldier fighting their way though life now, after coming back from Iraq duty and being haunted by near-death incidents and other points of emotional stress that she faced while deployed in combat.

Post-traumatic stress is indeed a problem with soldiers, and indeed with anybody who’s been subjected to any amount of stress or intense emotional or physical pain in life.   However, the CNN article on post-traumatic stress, as well as many others I’ve seen on the subject, including some from Time Magazine, unfortunately sidestep the fact that a complete solution for the symptoms and results of stress has been completely researched and made available for over 59 years. 

It’s called Dianetics

While drug companies would like you to believe that there is a “disorder” called “PTSD” which is “still being researched” and that “therapy is still being developed” and that a hefty dose of Celexa, Lexapro, Luvox, Paxil, Prozac, Zoloft, Adapin, Anafranil, Aventyl, Elavil, Ludiomil, Morapramin, Pamelor, Sinequan, Surmontil, Tofranil, Vivacitil or Suckyourbrainoutatil would be just the thing to address your “PTSD”, the truth is that none of these drugs are an actual handling for WHY people continue to feel an adverse reaction to stress and trauma. 

It’s much like if someone has just gotten into a major car accident, and their car is now nearly destroyed, giving a person drugs for stress is much like then putting a blindfold on a person so they can’t see that their car is wrecked.  It doesn’t handle the car wreck, nor do anything else useful at all besides numb the senses.

The way Dianetics is effective in dealing with situations such as this is explained here:

The traumatised soldier in the CNN article mentioned above is planning to go to school for 4 years to become a therapist in hopes that she’ll be able to help other people with their stress. 

However, in a matter of an afternoon, she can be trained in Dianetics techniques which will permanently eradicate the effects of such stress and leave the person alert, and ready to carry out their life with sanity and happiness.

Find out more about this at Dianetics.org, or by dropping in to the Dianetics Center in Washington D.C..

Or, just comment on this post, and I’ll answer any questions you may have. 

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