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“In My Experience” NonFiction

A Response to Why Younger Folk are not giving Their Babies Those Shots

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Perhaps it is because those of us who have children who have been destroyed by these shots are telling young parents to take care. We all suffered tremendously because of the damages we suffered from these shots. I was persecuted… Continue Reading →

Questions About Vaccine-Strain Pertussis

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It’s being said that this cannot happen. That this has been on the market since the nineties. But that statement assumes change does not happen. I assert that it does. Something has changed in the last several years to make… Continue Reading →

My Response to “New Rules on Vaccine Exemptions Sought”

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Salem News’s article, “New Rules on Vaccine Exemptions Sought” https://www.salemnews.com/news/local_news/new-rules-on-vaccine-exemptions-sought/article_302e0362-1e40-56c3-b372-7ca8a0abcfec.html is nothing more than a balm for public consumption.  In no way does it reveal the devastating impact these bills will have if passed into law.  Managing Editor Cheryl Richardson… Continue Reading →

The Best Way to Produce the Desired Result…

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When I first started researching issues I thought could be related to my declining health, I ran into brick walls and varying opinions. I turned to science–real science to save my own life. I’ve studied human behavior all my life…. Continue Reading →

Boobs (a bit of humor)

This one is dedicated to @robertcormack I do much research and study.  I think it makes me feel older rather than younger.  I tackle tough topics containing material I’d rather not know.  I hit a tough one last night.  I… Continue Reading →

Closing Doors

Throughout life, doors open and doors close. The openings are exciting: The closings are not. One might look at them like chapters in a book except for with chapters there is always a continuation. If we do not realize this, closing doors slam…. Continue Reading →

The Evils of Medicare and its Practitioners

Yes—I’m back—sort of. It’s been a rough several months. I’m hoping it’s nearly over. I broke my damn foot in a pedicure bath—I got terribly ill—then I fell in the street.  https://joycebowen.wordpress.com/2017/11/17/1151 Over the last several months, I’ve learned that even Medicare leaves me… Continue Reading →

Expanding Your Horizons

  I am a psychologist and an avid behaviorist. I study stimulus and response, and my favorite subject is—well—me. I am constantly gauging my response to situations with the knowledge that I am not unique. I fit snugly into a… Continue Reading →

Insanity?

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I often feel like the harbinger of doom-and-gloom. There are so many issues that I see as important. Most of them result in death. Some have happy endings. Fiction has been a respite for me. I don’t indulge in it… Continue Reading →

Pestillo-llave Ninos

Era un chico latchkey. Para aquellos de ustedes que no saben lo que es esto, es un niño que tiene una llave para entrar en una casa cuando los padres están trabajando. Nadie está allí cuando llegan a casa de… Continue Reading →