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Ending the WAR Against Our Bodies

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The way we live has a PROFOUND impact on our bodies and our minds. In a recent interview, Carrie Wrigley, an LDS therapist, said that Western Culture is essentially at war with the body. And she believes that the way in which we are living is actually causing—or encouraging—symptoms of depression. Said she: “We are literally living in a manner that is at war with the needs of our own bodies and our own brains—that has a chemical and biological impact.”
“I think, truly, that one of the other reasons, in these last 30 or 40 years that depression, and other emotional challenges, have become so widespread is because, very simply, we are living in a manner that is farther and farther away from the manner in which our bodies and our brains were designed to function effectively.”

Watch the video below to learn the shocking truth and hear the surprising solution.



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Seth Adam Smith
Seth Adam Smith
Seth Adam Smith is a best-selling, award-winning author and blogger whose writings have been translated into over thirty languages and featured on Huffington Post, Good Morning America, Fox News, CNN, the Today Show, Forbes, and many other news outlets around the world. Seth is using all of his resources to prevent suicide and help others fight depression. His story was featured in the Mormon Message "Sitting on the Bench: Thoughts on Suicide Awareness and Prevention." He is also working on a series of YA novels set in Colonial America.

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