Eugenics: Three Generations, NO Imbeciles

From which is highly recommended of course, if you haven’t read them, come many different and various blogs dealing with many facets of psychology.

I recently read a blog by Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S., on the psychcentral blog World of Psychology discussing Eugenics and Carrie Buck, who was a woman who was sterilized in 1927 in the State of Virginia because some viewed her and her family as imbeciles and that they should not reproduce.

Horrendous as this is, considering no one knows how a person will turn out, regardless of his or her environment or hereditary issues–many “higher ups” in society considered eugenics to be the right thing to do.

Read more about eugenics on this website.




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Something Fishy…

Dedicated to raising awareness and providing support to people with Eating Disorders, and their loved-ones… since 1995.  A pro-recovery site with help for those who suffer from Eating Disorders, with treatment centers, treatment locators, and support from those who have been there already, and are going through it now.



Making Daughters Safe Again

The mission of Making Daughters Safe Again (MDSA) is to support and advocate for survivors of mother-daughter sexual abuse (mdsa), to educate professionals and the general public, and to inspire action, knowledge, healing and hope.

Since 1999, we have been offering innovative online and offline support services for survivors of mother-daughter sexual abuse, and comprehensive resources for anyone seeking information. We have been featured by twice and included in a national (US) press release as a model organization that utilizes the internet. We have also been referenced in major publications, had our original articles translated into several languages, and had our online materials requested by health care professionals, and those involved in the legal system. MDSA continues to be widely listed and honored on reputable web sites and recognized by the National Self-help Clearinghouse.

Although based in the United States, MDSA has a truly gobal reach. Visitors to our web site come from over 30 different countries. Our members currently represent 7 different countries, with their stories of isolation and their struggle to receive proper treatment and intervention being universal themes.

Our hope is that one day, the world will be more aware of mother-daughter sexual abuse so that little girls can be saved, and survivors can receive the information, support and validation that they so richly deserve.



Raging Alcoholic

I assume alcoholism or problem drinking is affecting you in someway. A way you really aren’t happy about.

We’re here to give you information and access to resources. Following are a couple of facts about the problem.

  • It affects about 1 out of 13 adults in the United States.
  • Most studies say that over 50% of adults report having one or more close family members affected by the problem.
  • That 2/3 of Americans drink but, 10% of those who drink, drink over 50% of the alcohol.
  • That every problem drinker is expected to significantly impact at least 4 or 5 people.

There aren’t a lot of us but, we create some serious problems.



Easy Dream Interpretation

This site will show you how to remember, record and analyze your dreams easily and effortlessly. It will also teach you how to use your own resources and not rely on dream dictionaries or other people to analyze your dreams for you.

Dream analysis is best done using your own meanings and you will be accurate 100% of the time. The aim here is to zero in on quick dream interpretation, and still get effective information and of course, have some fun as well!