Wednesday, January 22, 2020

22-year-old Rachel Henry who police say admitted that she killed her three children

JUST IN: MCSO released the mugshot for 22-year-old Rachel Henry who police say admitted that she killed her three children, a 3-year-old boy, a 2-year-old girl, and a 7-month-old girl, on Monday night.

She is a great example of a woman in need of an abortion, but no one in her life ever guided her to have the abortions she desperately needed. 

Or maybe she was too emotionally blind to see that she was too damaged to have children and should have aborted when they were just fertilized eggs.

It's a tragedy when it comes to this extreme. Most people leaving comments, like to pass judgments, but everyone in our society is responsible for these extreme acts of violence, especially those in the media.

Most mental health professionals and the media don't care about the mental state of others. 

They just like to exploit tragedies, like this one, for pure sensationalism Like I wrote in my book A Dance to Freedom: Your Guide to Liberation from Lies and Illusion.

 "Most people who search for answers never actually find them, because people suffering with their own repression are the ones who practice traditional therapies. 

Since the beginning of human history, priests, teachers, gurus, psychics, doctors, philosophers, and psychologists have all duped people into thinking they could provide real assistance, when it was never possible because the healers were also victims of their own childhoods. 

Alice Miller saw the promise of psychotherapy to help people understand why they behave like helpless victims as adults and also to help them take responsibility for their actions. 

But she was disillusioned when she realized that practitioners couldn’t treat patients effectively as long as they failed to deal with their own repression. 

...Everything we become as an adult is connected to our childhood: Our experiences are a chain of events that bring us to the present moment, for better or worse. A criminal is never guilty just by himself. If society at large could ever find the courage to learn from the chain of events that occurred in each criminal’s life from day one, we could prevent many future crimes and a lot of unnecessary suffering."