Not much traffic over here since drifting into electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) territory. That’s alright. Everything in its own time. We got some feedback from some who didn’t find ECT helpful, some who would never be interested in ECT but not much from anyone who has found ECT helpful – and I know you are out there. Healthy and quiet about it. I know because I know from my patients and from the studies and statistics available. You are there. And you are not alone.
I was corresponding with my trusted mentor on this subject, Richard Weiner M.D., from Duke University, who has treated patients with ECT for 40+ years. He referred us here at FriendtoYourself.com to the clean presentation by Mayo Clinic. If you are interested in further introduction into ECT, check it out. They have a lovely video, outline and inquiry resources.
On a slightly shifted topic, I’d like to introduce you to my friend, B.D.Erline. This guy’s really rocking the friendship thing to yourself these days. He’s writing and spending himself on his new, “Act-Like-You-Wanna-Live” series. It’s brilliant. Say hello if you’d like.
That’s all for tonight my friends. I thank you for coming along even when topics interest you less than other days. Keep on.
- I Am An Oxymoron. I Am a Christian Psychiatrist. (friendtoyourself.com)
- The Struggle in A Doctor-Patient Relationship To Not Get Personal (friendtoyourself.com)
- Victim to Emotions Versus The Friendliness In Accountability (friendtoyourself.com)
- Flaws You Love. Presence. (friendtoyourself.com)
- Celebrating Your Courage Will Connect You With Your “Me” and With Community (friendtoyourself.com)
- I Am Beloved (friendtoyourself.com)