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Posted October 7, 2001
Good book. We don't know exactly what it is that we don't know so our most cherished truth today may be blasted by some truth tomorrow that we stumble upon. The problem with the germ theory is the same problem that has happened with the internal combustion engine and mental illness; the best promotors got their idea sold to the American public through good publicity, even though it wasn't the best idea at the time. And once we are 'sold' something, we are not so eager to be found 'wrong.' That's just basic human nature. Limiting our view of good health to the germ theory is as destructive of our well-being as anti-depressants are destructive of our ability to learn how to manage depression. People don't want to believe that depression is a choice the same way that they don't want to believe that they have to exercise and eat fruits and vegetables instead eating entertainment food and counting on a pill to maintain their good health. It's not our fault that we get depressed but it is our choice to take those steps necessary to get out of it quickly. It's not our fault that we get sick but it is our choice to eat healthy food and exercise to give our body a chance to heal itself. A. B. Curtiss, author of Depression is a ChoiceWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.