|Melissa, makes an important point about how doctors do mental harm.|
"I have suffered for 4 long years and it has taken everything� from me. Family, jobs, love, home, and at times sanity.� I have once again moved and am broke as hell but that is soon to change. I have just picked up a few things you mention and once I have the money I will get the others but let me tell you that just the few suggested tips and oils I have used of yours, have given me a hope every Dr. Whom has killed my self esteem and any hope of a normal life, had taken away.� You are my mad scientist and I love you and your work thank you and God Bless you! I am forever in your debt for going where everyone else seems afraid to go."
Melissa writes about how doctors have killed her self esteem. Yes, it would be great if doctors were just human and honest and said, "I'm sorry, I have no idea how to treat you or even know of a specialist to send you.". No, they don't say that. They live in an ivory tower and tell you it's all in your head and that you're delusional. You even see it on the web. just click here and you'll go to a page on MedicineNet.com which starts off with, "Morgellons disease is a delusional disorder that leads to the belief that one has parasites or foreign material moving in, or coming out of, the skin. Morgellons disease is a little-known disorder that is often associated with nonspecific skin, nerve, and psychiatric symptoms. Some refer to it as a fiber disease. People with this disorder seem to be more likely to develop low thyroid functioning"
Don't they read what they write? A delusional disorder that likely develops a low thyroid function. How can a delusion create an organic condition that affects thyroid functioning?� And don't they see the organisms that come out of the skin? And if you click on the link about fiber, it takes you to a page that tells you of all the health benefits of eating fiber. They really don't read what they write as that page has nothing to do with fibers growing from the skin. And then they state, Research on this syndrome has so far not found it to be caused by an infection. It is therefore not contagious
Wow, now they play Sherlock Holmes and use deductive reasoning to claim it's not contagious. How asinine can they be?
I may not have all the answers about Morgellons, yet it seems I have more than most. This is what Terry wrote after a coaching session with me.
Thank GOD for you Richard. I seriously need your guidance to get through this. I have come along way in 8 months but to have someone there to answer my questions is wonderful!