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Facebook Tackles Suicide Prevention

Facebook Tackles Suicide Prevention
Should Facebook be getting involved in the suicide prevention business?

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So, what can you do to reduce the intensity level of a past experience?

A new mental health treatment is available online that reduces the intensity level of a past 'Memory Trauma'.  A 'Memory Trauma' is any experience outside the scope of a usual life experience.  Examples of common 'Memory Trauma' are bad experiences in with: Relational, Financial, and Physical.

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