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MaryL
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Check out the article in Psychology Today on Lyme Disease. Well done.
http://psychologytoday.com/articles/pto-20080420-000004.xml

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guess what mary? author is NOW ONE OF OUR MEMBERS !!!! [Smile]

here's the first post about it, and 2 of us including me POSTED entire article there and i broke it up good!!
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Lyme Disease: The Great Imitator

Lyme disease can masquerade as a host of psychiatric ills, confounding doctors and driving patients to question their very sanity.

By: Pamela Weintraub
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fantastic article. I have my MSW and MA in rehab counseling.

Thank you Ms. Weintraub.

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Amazing, wonderful article -- mental health professionals (of which I used to be one) need to read this! I teach psychology at San Francisco State U., and I make sure to teach Lyme and other chronic illnesses in class every chance I get.

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Is this article in hard copy? or can I just print it from here.

I would prefer to buy a copy of the magazine if I could-but I didn't see a reference to month?

I want to give it to my therapist and all the other specialists I see.

I already know what I'm giving to all my friends and family for Christmas! the whole book! [Smile]

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Wow! Some very familiar stuff here! Now, you'd THINK this would totally change the situation, if you assume that medical professionals are at least as logical as me. But maybe some of them have Lyme and refuse to admit it-- indeed there is a striking similarity of their incessant insistance that our sickness is ...'psychological'.., with the boy who just kept pedalling to nowhere, isn't there?
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HaplyCarlessdave
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I couldn't figure out how to send a letter, though.
Did anybody else manage to?

--Oh, wait I think I remember there was a reference in there; I'll check again.. But I need to do some eating, sleeping, and stuff like that, right now! Hopefully I'll manage to come back to it...
As far as printing, fortunately this magazine haven't yet sucked up to the corporate dictatorship's efforts to promote non-printable, non-copyable, text. (so that they can tell tomorrow you what they said today (yep-yep yeah right), and nobody'll be able to chhallenge 'em)
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We got a hard copy at "Borders" books in the July Psychology Today publication.
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