The thrust of this audiobook is nutrition and complimentary therapies for digital addiction, anxiety, bipolar, depression, and schizophrenia. It is possible to sometimes prevent schizophrenia, bipolar, and depression from ever happening.
Many biographies of people with schizophrenia seem to dwell primarily on the feeling of hopelessness, and they keep expectations for the sufferer's future low. With this autobiography, Mr. Jiang attempts to turn the tables on this litany of sorrow. He shows himself as a result of the miracles that modern medicine can produce. He went from being a basket case to a respected, technologically-savvy medical librarian working at a world-renowned research institution.
The thrust of this book is nutrition and complimentary therapies for digital addiction, anxiety, bipolar, depression, and schizophrenia. Useful resources to find authoritative information on all the included mental disorders from the American medical perspective are included. Truisms that have been passed down through the ages about mental health that have stood the rigors of scientific inquiry are presented. The role of nutrition in ameliorating anxiety is discussed.
The entire raison d'être for this mental health historical reader of the "paper of record", The New York Times, is to give the listener a window on the past and to include the listener on a journey of a time long ago. Seeing the original articles written by and about Sigmund Freud or his famous "psychoanalysis" as well as the many other issues we hear about transports us to another time and place.
El presente mini-libro se centra en el conocimiento que obtuve acerca de los tratamientos complementarios y alternativos para la ansiedad, depresion, trastorno bipolar, y esqizofrenia durante esos siete años de investigacion con literatura médica.
Este libro está dirigido sobre todo al estudiante hispanohablante que no tuvo éxito con los estudios de inglés en la escuela. La buena noticia es que no fue su culpa. Varios estilos de enseñanza para el dominio de los idiomas no funcionan porque no hacen que el idioma se vuelva parte del estudiante.
I started learning Spanish relatively late in life: 33 years of age. However, since then, I have worked as a medical interpreter, proofreader, and conversational Spanish instructor, and I love reading El Pais, the Spanish equivalent of The New York Times, daily for its fresh European perspective.
All's fair in love and Facebook, my friends. To be completely transparent, my subtitle, "Sex, Lies, and My Crazy Life in New York City" is based on keywords to generate listeners. Psaw! I want you to know gentlemen still exist. I am a gentleman, and a gentleman never kisses and tells in an audiobook.
In this short assortment of poetry and prose, I include nine poems, two works of prose, and two Facebook quotes. Everything written here is presented in chronological order from 1992-2013, over the span of more than 20 years of my life. I hope you enjoy, and I thank you for listening!