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November 02, 2011

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I wish you all the best with your worthy cause and look forward to new posts!
--Mjausson

Thank you!

So happy that you are back and congrats on the positive changes in your life. I've missed your posts - I think this is my first comment on here but your posts have helped me so much in my own life and really helped me understand some issues that have been impacting my life. Thank you and welcome back!

Oh Kellen!
I am so pleased you are back - I have worried about you for so long, you, and your posts that I have studied for so long have made a huge difference in my life! I am so thrilled you are back!

I can't wait to see how you can be of help to our animal friends too - You are right, we can't change the world, but in my little corner of England I have hopes to do so, so many lovely things for the good people and animals for the rest of my life - and with the protection of self from behind my boundaries - boundaries that you have taught me about!

I can't wait to see how Therapyworks will progress - If you want help from the uk; please just ask.

You are so appreciated here, I even print pages from this site to aid people with self help.

I am sure you are as excited about your future of helping children and animals as I am - you are a breath of fresh air to the world! Many thanks to you for being the person you are!
Felix

Hi Nicole,

Thank you so much for your support! Reading through comments people have, and had, made caused me to realize that I needed to get back to work!

Hi Felix,

I think you may be my biggest fan! You're one of the reasons I realized I couldn't let this fall by the wayside. I'm so pleased to know that I could help with boundaries. They are so important! Thanks for all your posts. They really keep me going.

Hello,

I have some information you may want to share at your blog.

Please consider informing your readers about this story reported in MEDSCAPE TODAY:
http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/752950

American Psychological Association divisions and other mental health professionals have written an Open Letter to the DSM-5, in protest of the current DSM-5 proposal, which would lead to the over-pathologizing of normal behavior and over-medicating of children and elderly. Over 4000 mental health professionals have already signed the petition:

http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/dsm5/

Thank you kindly for your attention.

Best wishes,
Brent Robbins, PhD

Hi Brent,

Thank you so much for bringing this to my attention. The Medscape article requires people to login, but the iPetitions link works beautifully. I think this issue is important enough to warrant an entire article, which should be forthcoming shortly. Thank you again for posting this.

I just checked out your website. This is fantastic. As someone who has recently gotten a dog for the first time I can honestly say the benefits of having a pet are immeasurable. There is so much for people and animals to be gained from one another. Your work in rescuing both and bringing them together is a wonderful idea. I wish you the best.

Thank you!

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