I hesitated writing this article. The topic is truly subjective in nature. For obvious reasons, there is a great deal of weight to the question of whether or not someone should seek help for their family. If I am correct in my thinking and you are grappling with the answer then my thought is you already have your answer. Chances are you have been debating for months or even years before clicking on the title of this headline. So, I ask you. What is holding you back from making the next step?
I’m no scientist but I am going to take a leap and say your brain is attached to the rest of your body. Crazy, I know. Now, I am really going to go out on a limb and say that the brain is a vital organ we ignore, better yet, shun. If our brain isn’t functioning; let’s say, up to par; we simply write it off. We dismiss illnesses of the brain. We shame the poor health of the brain. We take a diagnosis of the brain and we call it, “crazy.”
Last time I checked, no one called an illness of the heart, “psycho.” No on one has ever labeled an illness of the pancreas as “nutso.” In this day and age, most people, mildly agree to the notion that the way they live and the foods they eat influence their health. But not if that health is above the neckline. Nope, that is where we stop dead in our tracks.