People who have psychological issues, like Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, are also being given the false hope of these magic rocks, and are in fact exploited by things like this. Those with OCD are psychologically inclined to be superstitious and perform "rituals" as if to appease or accomplish something, and that's exactly what this is. Rather than improving their mental state (since there's literally no way a rock could affect that), this is substituting another ritual to obsess over…
When my middle son was twelve, he was diagnosed with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and then Tourette Syndrome. Confined to our home by the horror of his illness, a lifelong placement seemed his likely fate -- until I learned that a strep infection might be the cause (a disorder known as PANDAS). Most doctors said I was wrong; but I was right, and two doctors helped me cure him. He is now fully recovered.
Such extraordinarily clear and concise words about what "recovery" from the challenges of mental illness entails. Still too sad that I feel it so very necessary to post this for the sole reason of the misinformation that is still so pervasive in our global society and in our own backyards regarding the nature of mental illness. Give Them A Voice is an advocacy foundation. www.noworkingtitle.org
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