We are excited to announce an extended interview with Dee Dee and Sonja. In this interview, they share their experiences with mental health, self-care, and how they became advocates for mental wellness.
Dive deeper into their journey with us.
In this interview, Dee Dee and Sonja dive deeper into their personal experiences with mental health, self-care, and their journey towards becoming advocates for mental wellness. They share valuable insights and practical tips on how to prioritize self-care and improve your overall well-being. Don't miss out on this exclusive opportunity to learn from two experts in the field of mental health. Click play below to access the extended interview with Dee Dee and Sonja!
Title: The Importance of Self-Care for Mental Health
Introduction: Welcome to our interview where we discuss the importance of self-care for mental health. In this interview, we will be exploring the different ways in which self-care can help improve our mental well-being and provide us with the tools to cope with life's challenges.
Segment 1: What is Self-Care?
Segment 2: Benefits of Self-Care for Mental Health
Segment 3: Incorporating Self-Care into Daily Life
Segment 4: Conclusion and Takeaways
Outro: Thank you for tuning in to our interview on the importance of self-care for mental health. We hope that this interview has provided you with valuable insights and practical tips on how to incorporate self-care into your daily routine. Remember, taking care of yourself is not selfish, it's necessary!
"To ensure this video can be understood and appreciated by a diverse audience, we've included subtitles in Spanish. This enhances accessibility and facilitates sharing with Spanish-speaking viewers, regardless of their native language proficiency."
In a recent presentation, Dr. Paul Thomas, a renowned pediatrician and advocate for a more selective approach to vaccines, shared some astounding findings from his practice. He challenged the conventional vaccine narrative, presenting statistics and data that might change how we view vaccine safety and efficacy.
The crux of his talk revolved around a study he conducted in response to a request from the medical board in February 2019. They asked him to prove that his "vaccine-friendly plan" was as safe as the CDC's recommended schedule. Dr. Thomas hired an expert to analyze data from every patient born in his practice - 2,700 variably vaccinated individuals, and 560 unvaccinated ones.
The findings were startling. The data showed that the vaccinated children in his practice suffered more frequently from conditions like asthma, allergic rhinitis, eczema, sinusitis, gastroenteritis, respiratory infections, and even behavioral issues like ADHD. In fact, no unvaccinated patients had ADHD for 10 years in his practice. The unvaccinated did far better than those on the Vaccine Friendly Plan who were better off than the CDC vaccinated based on current rates of chronic conditions.
Dr. Thomas explained this as a shift in the immune system due to vaccination, resulting in increased allergies, autoimmune issues, and infections. This, he claimed, challenges the popular belief that vaccines only prevent infections.
He also cited studies that corroborated his findings. The Moston study found vaccinated kids had twice as much chronic illness, three times as much eczema, four times as much neurodevelopmental disorders (autism, learning disabilities, ADHD), and 30 times as many allergies as unvaccinated children. Hooker and Miller's study in 2020 showed vaccinated children had higher odds of developmental delays, asthma, and ear infections.
But the data that took everyone by surprise was from the control group. Dr. Thomas presented data showing that unvaccinated adults had virtually no chronic conditions like heart disease, arthritis, diabetes, asthma, or cancer. The fact that vaccines might be linked to these common chronic diseases was indeed eye-opening.
However, Dr. Thomas emphasized that the current concern is not just the traditional vaccines. The COVID-19 vaccines have added a new dimension to this issue. With a large number of reported side effects, hospitalizations, and deaths following COVID-19 vaccinations, he questioned the push for broader vaccination, including for children as young as six months.
Show Notes: Dr. Paul Thomas Blows Up the Conventional Vaccine Narrative
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Dr. Paul Thomas: The Pediatrician Who Retired to Put Kids First Forever! An update from Dr. Paul - interviewed by Kevi Keenom
I think it's important for parents to understand that they have a choice when it comes to vaccines, and that they should be fully informed about the risks and benefits before making a decision.
Dr. Paul Thomas' interview covers a range of topics related to vaccines, pediatrics, and his career. Some key takeaways include his retirement from his pediatric practice, the co-authoring of a best-selling book about vaccines, and the launch of his new venture, Kids First Forever. Additionally, Dr. Thomas discusses his approach to coaching patients and parents on vaccine schedules and informed consent. If you are interested in learning more about Dr. Thomas' story and perspectives on these topics, watch the interview below:
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Controversial Truths About Vaccines: Insights from Dr. Paul Thomas, Co-Author of 'The Vaccine-Friendly Plan'
Looking for a thought-provoking read on vaccines? Check out the blog post by Dr. Paul Thomas, co-author of "The Vaccine-Friendly Plan". In his post, Dr. Thomas challenges the notion that vaccines are always safe and necessary for children. He delves into the science behind vaccine safety and highlights some concerns about certain vaccines. Whether you are a concerned parent or a healthcare professional, this post will provide you with a fresh perspective on vaccines and their potential risks. Don't miss out on this informative and eye-opening read.
Members Only Exclusive! Additional footage of our fantastic interview with Brandon Campbell, Father and Informed Consent Advocate
We are thrilled to announce that we have additional footage of our fantastic interview with Brandon Campbell, Father and Informed Consent Advocate by Dr. Paul! This exclusive footage will provide our With the Wind Members with an even more in-depth look into the inspiring work that Brandon is doing to support informed consent and patient rights. We are sure that our Members will gain valuable insight from this interview, and be motivated to take action in support of the cause. Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity to learn from Brandon and Dr. Paul!
Member Exclusive: Learn how the Wadman's started Helios farm, and the key role private membership associations play in a farm's success.
If you missed the full interview, be sure to catch it here:
Bernadette turns the tables on Dr. Paul and askes him for an update on what's going on in his world.
Bernadette flips the script on Dr. Paul, giving him the floor to provide an update on what’s going on in his world. Dr. Paul shares his current situation and a glimpse of what's to come for his future. Tune in to find out the latest!
Dr. Paul shares how he recieved the call from Dell Bigtree to be on the HighWire and more on the $35 million dollar lawsuit filed on Paul's behalf by Joncus Law PC
Kids are precious. And if we're going to allow the system, big money, big pharma to just use them as guinea pigs and profit centers, while destroying their natural immunity... No, it's time to take a stand and we're in this together.
Members Only Off-the-Cuff: Dr. Paul discusses the hidden dangers of PETECHIAE, OMB are you watching?
Dr. Paul tests if the board is watching this Off-the-Cuff, sharing a story he would usually share through his YouTube Channel before the OMB got involved. It is about a recent patient diagnosed with Petechiae. Learn what signs to look for and why you may want to take them seriously, but don't overreact.
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Dr. Paul Thomas (affectionately known as “Dr. Paul”) received his MD from Dartmouth Medical School in 1985 and completed his pediatric residency at the University of California, San Diego. He retired in 2022.