White Coat Summit 2023
Just watched your video. Terrific presentation, as all your presentations and articles are.
It’s unfortunate that the issue you address is so tragic and damaging to children.
I’m going to post this on social media in the morning.
I really appreciated your presentation. It helps me feel better about my Covid situation. I thought that I must be mistaken that people seemed so mean recently. Some journalists blame it on the vaccines. It's possible that chronic inflammation caused by spike protein toxicity can make the nervous system more hypersensitive and prone to irritability--as we can see when people have hangovers. Nevertheless, these sadistic reactions seem a way of controlling people who triggered our fears. On the other hand I have also experienced generosity. Humans are capable of both. But the social system can tip the scales in either direction.
I personally think I realize what caused me to have self diagnosed symptoms of mild autism. By that I mean chronic hypersensitivity to drugs, lights, sounds, smells, glare, clothing and desire to avoid conflict at any cost and also to control all stimulation and avoid contact with many people at once. I was also scared to ask people for what I wanted. I grew up in an alcoholic family with two working professional parents who didn't socialize and didn't provide me much contact with kids my own age. My mother was constantly threatening me with death and rape when she was drinking because, I think, she herself suffered PTSD and wanted me somehow to help. From your talk, I gain more compassion now for both of us. I am not a porcupine--but I'm certainly a nervous nelly. Yes, I'm scared. But not of Covid--but of vaccines. Unfortunately, my therapist turns out to be a member of "Our Church of Perpetual Boosters." It's difficult to help others when you, too, are crippled with fear.