Discussion in 'Support Subforum' started by Mala, Oct 18, 2013.
This is awesome knowing we have an advocate to the Senate in Dr. John Sarno.
Im sure some wonder who's going to be the one to keep the tradition going.
Id say all of us right here speaking from our hearts are a mighty voice.
We have many , many Great Drs. on board that are all in the mix too.
Its just great to see the Good Doctor standing up for what he believes in,
this is how we get better, when we have a dedication that wont be denied.
Thank You so much Mala
Thank you for watching . My gripe is that it was an effective speech. For people who know about tms yes it may have been a somewhat ok video but here was a good occasion to get the message out & I felt that both speakers made what could have been a fascination topic sound very uninteresting. I know Dr Sarno always sounds that way but even harkin came across as being a bit dithery. What we need are good inspirational speakers who can make tms interesting enough to make people want to know more both within the medical profession and outside of it. We need dynamic speakers.
I totally agree Mala, We do need more enthusiasm in the folks that are delivering the talks to our senate.
In sure Sarno has done many more of these and he's only 1 man,
I felt for him Mala, I actually wanted to be there when I saw the clip.
If were dedicated at this with inspiration then folks will feel
it more and they will be more excited about helping to get the word out.
I wonder what Dr. Sarnos talks accomplished that day ?
We do have the first radio program just for tms therapy right here and im sure a lot of other first too.
Id love to be one of the guys and gals that went to speak for the people.
It would be nice if we could get to talk to the senate committee.
Although I don't know all the steps but im sure forest might know,
it would be nice to know we have someone we know as our voice.
To be honest I believe we might already have more tms doctors and such already doing just that?
I got to dig deeper into that Mala, that's a powerful thought.
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