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I have returned home to Toronto after spending much of the last eighteen months in hospitals. I am hoping that my health has improved to the point where I can start producing original content again. Thank you to all who are watching for your support over the course of this trying time. I hope that you all are coping with the COVID crisis successfully.
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  1. Mina Lee
    Mina Lee
    27 mínútum síðan

    So glad to see you are doing well and look forward to see you great works for better world especially time like this.

  2. Music Studio
    Music Studio
    27 mínútum síðan

    This man makes me want to push my mind into its proper use. And sometimes I do. Its a wonderful space to be in.

  3. Jim Wade
    Jim Wade
    30 mínútum síðan

    One of my all time main inspirations. Love you sir and best wishes as the new year unfolds for you and your family.

  4. Andrew Couto
    Andrew Couto
    36 mínútum síðan

    WE LOVE YOU JORDAN PETERSON!!!! Welcome back!!!

  5. randomboy1988
    randomboy1988
    2 klukkustundum síðan

    Going off benzos is crippling. Be strong sir. The world needs you direly. Be weary of Russian medicine.

  6. Clayton Little
    Clayton Little
    2 klukkustundum síðan

    I have known several people that have taken this drug with dire consequences. It is a silver bullet for any discomfort in the mind, but one must commit to a lifetime of dependency, or a grueling fight through withdrawal. In my opinion, this drug should not be legal at all. It is a hard, hard drug that somehow made it into the medical market.

  7. Daniel Knower
    Daniel Knower
    3 klukkustundum síðan

    Clinical Psychologist didn't know Benzo's had abuse potential. lol

  8. CR3 4
    CR3 4
    3 klukkustundum síðan

    So good to see you back doing what God meant for you to do. Inspiring others

  9. Fran H
    Fran H
    3 klukkustundum síðan

    We love and support you. Hope you get stronger and healthier.

  10. Dan Marion
    Dan Marion
    3 klukkustundum síðan

    Wishing you the best

  11. Nyla Wang
    Nyla Wang
    3 klukkustundum síðan

    There might be a reason your last series is about genesis. Would you have the strength to stay open minded and true to the deepest inner feelings while reading these 2 books: The Shariyat-Ki-Sugmad & The Key to Secret Worlds by Paul Twitchell.

  12. toshiaq
    toshiaq
    3 klukkustundum síðan

    Welcome back, Can't wait to hear from you.

  13. Mario Artemis
    Mario Artemis
    3 klukkustundum síðan

    Three things: 1. Welcome back. 2. I sincerely hope you will create the best possible conditions for your well-being and betterment of your life. 3. The world needs you. I do not believe this to be a coincidence.

  14. Kathleen Harrison
    Kathleen Harrison
    4 klukkustundum síðan

    Thank you for your service. Praying for you. Take care.

  15. Neptune
    Neptune
    4 klukkustundum síðan

    I’m so grateful you made it through and you’re still with us on this rock we call earth. Sending you love Dr. Peterson

  16. George Albert
    George Albert
    4 klukkustundum síðan

    Get well, get rest and come back in 2021 to kick ass.

  17. Afif Shad
    Afif Shad
    4 klukkustundum síðan

    Welcome Doctor!!

  18. Clash Robert
    Clash Robert
    4 klukkustundum síðan

    I don't even know who this guy is but I wish him the best health

  19. Nicholas Stanig
    Nicholas Stanig
    5 klukkustundum síðan

    I wish nothing but the best for you! You have helped me sm with moral guidance as well intellectual knowledge! Thank u

  20. Alberto Bernal
    Alberto Bernal
    5 klukkustundum síðan

    Not gonna run my mouth, so I'll second Jack Denmo here in the comments. Welcome back GOAT!

  21. William Kane
    William Kane
    5 klukkustundum síðan

    Hang in there Jordan. The world needs you

  22. Bill Anderson
    Bill Anderson
    5 klukkustundum síðan

    You have my admiration, respect and love. I am very glad to see and hear you again; I have a deep desire to hope that all is (and will be) well with you and your family, (It is pleasing and comforting to see how your family loves, protects and cares for you. Peace be with you.

  23. Lauren Walters
    Lauren Walters
    6 klukkustundum síðan

    👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 I’m so happy you’re feeling better and recovering

  24. Fernando Beletini
    Fernando Beletini
    6 klukkustundum síðan

    Wow, this withdrawal is really a big piece of shit. It’s noticeable Dr. Jordan is not at his sharpest mind-speech flow... I hope your health gets better asap and your mind sharp like a razor, and your speech strong like a lion.. you are an inspiration for most of us.

  25. Some Can't Rides Again!
    Some Can't Rides Again!
    7 klukkustundum síðan

    Welcome back Prof. Jordan P. I too was dragged on a similar journey... only I did not have your wealth and resources... I survived, came out the other side and resumed my research and hobbies... I did it all without friends, family or medical (or any other) help. I too read Jung et al when I was quite young. Keep on keeping on Jordan. Bless you. (There is no such thing as "god")

  26. Silvana Seabra
    Silvana Seabra
    7 klukkustundum síðan

    Welcome Professor ...from Brazil

  27. jacob sharpe
    jacob sharpe
    7 klukkustundum síðan

    Get well soon, hope to see you debating and lecturing again soon (if your health allows it).

  28. ? o
    ? o
    7 klukkustundum síðan

    ​ @Lgt To Lgt's reply . ... Ha ha ha, the really foolish thing is to rely on a quote, in quasi sixteenth century English, from an outdated, totally discredited piece of literary fiction, to make a point, the point is not made if the premise is corrupt and flawed... it is absurd ... Grow up mate ... People who are indoctrinated to believe in things that do not exist need to seek professional help, usually.

  29. Daniel Kabre
    Daniel Kabre
    8 klukkustundum síðan

    you have been severely misse

  30. Leonardo Castilho-Barros
    Leonardo Castilho-Barros
    8 klukkustundum síðan

    Seja muito bem vindo Professor!!! 👏👏👏

  31. Dawn B
    Dawn B
    9 klukkustundum síðan

    I'm so grateful to have you back. You have made something wonderful happen for 2020. Thank you for fighting so hard and making it through the fire!!!

  32. Claes Sundin
    Claes Sundin
    9 klukkustundum síðan

    Glad to see you are back, keep up the good work Jordan!

  33. Simeon Banner
    Simeon Banner
    9 klukkustundum síðan

    I think he should take maybe a couple of years off. Having to address a public, videos and all that is stressful in and of itself. Don't always agree but respect his opinions.

  34. Gil Mark
    Gil Mark
    9 klukkustundum síðan

    You got this Jordan. Have faith in your future. You already are back.

  35. David Troxell
    David Troxell
    9 klukkustundum síðan

    Thank you Jordan Peterson for sharing your thoughts with us.

  36. Vinette N.
    Vinette N.
    10 klukkustundum síðan

    I've only recently started watching/listening/reading your work and I already feel like I should be the one saying 'thank you very much'.. may God bless you and keep you, may He make His face shine upon you and be gracious unto you, may He lift up His countenance upon you and give you peace..

  37. ExMxer3
    ExMxer3
    10 klukkustundum síðan

    Dr. Peterson and Family: When you fall down, you are twice as strong when you get back up.

  38. Irene Visciano
    Irene Visciano
    11 klukkustundum síðan

    Thank you for your precious work Mr. Peterson! I wish you the best! You are a special man. HUGS from Italy. Irene

  39. Watts Humphrey
    Watts Humphrey
    11 klukkustundum síðan

    Dear Dr. Peterson, I discovered you about a year ago, and your caring, manner, and ideas led me to Jung and Nietzsche, and another chapter in my own voyage toward finding and becoming the full version of myself in the world. I am tremendously grateful for your arrival in my life and what I have learned down the pathways you led me to. It is from that start where I feel a need to speak a truth, at least as it appears to me -- qualified, of course, in that I am in no position to understand or judge you, and am relying on my own instinct and experience...which tell me that there is a large, and important, if not the most important piece absent from the story you have been telling about your year of hell, and what led you into it. What appears missing is your story of why it was that Jordan Peterson -- not the celebrity, but just the man, the person -- fell into the abyss. The person who's world became a place he could not handle, who needed the medications, who became addicted to them, and, most significantly - who now offers the external elements as the full and complete explanation of what has happened to him. Perhaps that looking into yourself is not something you are prepared to do in public now, or ever even, but I hope that path is one you follow to the end, to whatever places it might lead. It is the path that my instincts tell me you must follow for us to see your great heart once again strong and full to all of our benefit again. WH

  40. Mr ChocolateToast
    Mr ChocolateToast
    11 klukkustundum síðan

    The world needs you more now than ever so glad you are back

  41. Ivan Ivan
    Ivan Ivan
    12 klukkustundum síðan

    Would be nice to know...what happened to that guy,who ran on stage screaming and crying afew years back. Anyone know what im talking about?

  42. Jack Denmo
    Jack Denmo
    13 klukkustundum síðan

    Welcome back GOAT

    1. Woah Woah
      Woah Woah
      Klukkustund síðan

      Jack!

    2. Loxar Loxi
      Loxar Loxi
      4 klukkustundum síðan

      goat?

  43. The Books I burned
    The Books I burned
    13 klukkustundum síðan

    this scientist gets more comments per any video than Trump and Biden combined. That's says alot about what people truly need in America-leaders that have ideas, not some poor hacks

  44. D C
    D C
    14 klukkustundum síðan

    Mr. Peterson, we more than support your work. We love you and pray for your full recovery. May you have many wonderful years to live, love and laugh.

  45. Thomas P
    Thomas P
    14 klukkustundum síðan

    Please remember that there is a level of severity that warrants medication. It’s important not to deny it for too long, because often it’s only able to resolve when caught earlier.

  46. Falak Pat El
    Falak Pat El
    14 klukkustundum síðan

    The other day, I was scrolling youtube like every other teenager & your video suddenly got in my recommendation list , man honestly you are awesome but, after listening this I'm very happy that you are in better health, 'yes you R alive ,thangod and just may be I might get a chance to meet you. ' I can say without doubt you are so busy right now & I appreciate that , but you won't read my comment. 😅But I'm happy nonetheless, as a future academic hopefully... 😃

  47. The Strangest Secrets
    The Strangest Secrets
    15 klukkustundum síðan

    Get well soon Dr Jordan Peterson

  48. Katrina B
    Katrina B
    15 klukkustundum síðan

    I am so sorry Mr. Peterson, my heart goes out to you. I was on benzodiazepines for over 10 years. Getting off them almost killed me, quite literally. I have now been off them for 18 months and although I have not recovered 100% I can see the light at the end of the tunnel. Hang in there, I know this is hell but you are so strong.

  49. 60 Cent
    60 Cent
    15 klukkustundum síðan

    Does that mean you will follow your own rule and not create any more content, because you don't have your house in order?

  50. Marcela Quintanilla
    Marcela Quintanilla
    15 klukkustundum síðan

    Hope the exoerieince helped him to be less of an asshole.

  51. Truth Preppin
    Truth Preppin
    15 klukkustundum síðan

    It can be hard. I quit a 4+ year benzo addiction. I've been off for 18 months. Took me a year before I could sleep halfway normal. Keep it up!

  52. uberwayz
    uberwayz
    17 klukkustundum síðan

    DR Peters on, you have been suffering from a narrowly failed assassination attempt, this should be obvious to you

  53. John Fisher
    John Fisher
    18 klukkustundum síðan

    Nice to see you back. Look after yourself

  54. Check Your Leader TV
    Check Your Leader TV
    18 klukkustundum síðan

    The best news of 2020! Great to see you back Sir! Take careful and measured steps.

  55. thespACEchannel
    thespACEchannel
    19 klukkustundum síðan

    Jordan, you literally have a half a million people sending you their UNCONDITIONAL LOVE. That is LEGENDARY healing... for a legendary MAN.. I'm sure I speak for most here when I say, you certainly deserve it!

  56. Undying Soul
    Undying Soul
    19 klukkustundum síðan

    I wish you the best, but in the meantime, we've been thrown into a dictatorship with a horrifying goal. It would have been nice if you had been able to talk about that. Anyways, just don't take any of their vaccines! If you couldn't inform yourself, that's fine. But we could. And it's dangerous as hell. We're dealing with satanists here. With the self-proclaimed elite.

  57. Steve Broering
    Steve Broering
    19 klukkustundum síðan

    Counting on you to emerge from this with refined prescriptions for living. You're the best.

  58. Chocolatier
    Chocolatier
    19 klukkustundum síðan

    That Canadian accent is thicccc

  59. Kristoffer G
    Kristoffer G
    19 klukkustundum síðan

    hope you are doing good jordan

  60. Jenifer Thomas
    Jenifer Thomas
    19 klukkustundum síðan

    Much love to you Jordan Peterson. I don't understand the hell you have been through as I haven't had an addiction like that, however I do know God's grace is sufficient when one has true humility, and to that you do. Focus on God and looking after yourself. There are many, many people who care about you. Love from an Orthodox Christian

  61. SteveRodgers
    SteveRodgers
    20 klukkustundum síðan

    The World needs you Now more than ever. Please stay with us 🙏🙏🙏

  62. Greta Shapiro
    Greta Shapiro
    21 klukkustund síðan

    Honestly, we love you Dr Peterson. Give a little back to us when or if you go on tour again by not charging $300 a ticket. Many of us that follow you cannot afford you

  63. Pearl Spiers
    Pearl Spiers
    21 klukkustund síðan

    Welcome back! I look forward to watching future ISpulse videos.

  64. RTX 2080 Ti
    RTX 2080 Ti
    21 klukkustund síðan

    I am genuinely so happy to see your face. Take your time get well. Time to think about yourself man. You've done so much for us allready.

  65. DUNE YXZ
    DUNE YXZ
    21 klukkustund síðan

    👍

  66. André Börner
    André Börner
    22 klukkustundum síðan

    So glad you're back. Thanks for your words, always.

  67. jason west
    jason west
    22 klukkustundum síðan

    despite this I AM SO HAPPY TO SEE HIM BACK TO FIGHT THE GOOD FIGHT

  68. jason west
    jason west
    22 klukkustundum síðan

    I am so saddened to see him like this, he is an angel in my eyes who has helped me in many ways and at the most difficult times of my life. WHY have they made him like this the left wing I do not want to give them power but they do get pretty taxing on your patience and well being and piece of mind sometimes

  69. Stevie Bivins
    Stevie Bivins
    22 klukkustundum síðan

    We all adore you

  70. Hong Jiang
    Hong Jiang
    23 klukkustundum síðan

    Thank god you are back, and I am so grateful! The world is brighter because of you. Aloha from Hawaii.

  71. Sencha Tee
    Sencha Tee
    23 klukkustundum síðan

    💗

  72. Glacier M
    Glacier M
    Degi Síðan síðan

    Get well Dr. Peterson. My best wishes to you and everyone you love.

  73. Izzywizzy
    Izzywizzy
    Degi Síðan síðan

    Thank YOU! Please do take care of yourself and know there are millions of people that love you and are praying for you. May God Bless you and give you all you need to continue sharing your wisdom. ❤️

  74. Blaine Holsonbake
    Blaine Holsonbake
    Degi Síðan síðan

    We love you good friend. Get better soon!

  75. Michael James
    Michael James
    Degi Síðan síðan

    Welcome home Sir. Myself and many others are genuinely happy to know you're on the mend and fighting forward. I pray your future is even better than all of your past combined.

  76. Stephanie Lynn
    Stephanie Lynn
    Degi Síðan síðan

    Jordan Peterson, you're not just a National Treasure, you are an INTERNATIONAL TREASURE and you have changed millions of lives.... most of which you will never know of in this life. We love you and we need you. Our prayers and best wishes for your continued and complete recovery and for your family. We look forward to the many, many years ahead in which your sanity, common sense and compassion will light our way through the darkness that is coming. Thank you for all you've done to heal this very damaged world.

  77. Heather Soucie
    Heather Soucie
    Degi Síðan síðan

    We love you welcome back

  78. Storm D
    Storm D
    Degi Síðan síðan

    Would love to listen to your commentary on Mishlei. Mishlei is the Hebrew name for what you call Book of Proverbs.

  79. dave parisi
    dave parisi
    Degi Síðan síðan

    Having dealt with severe addiction and mental health struggles for over a decade, it breaks my heart to know that such a great man whos words have helped me so much to have to go through something so hellish. I hope he makes a full recovery and i look forward greatly to hearing his insight and perspective of the experience. like I said, i hate that he had to go through but Im sure it makes me and others feel less alone in fighting the good fight.

  80. Elvin Damirov
    Elvin Damirov
    Degi Síðan síðan

    We love you professor and were worried about you! I am glad you are back and all sufferings made to bring new light! 🙏🌞

  81. donna marshall
    donna marshall
    Degi Síðan síðan

    You are a global treasure. Welcome back! I'm so glad you're on the mend. ❤️

  82. Danny Quill
    Danny Quill
    Degi Síðan síðan

    Get well soon Jordan.

  83. Cassidy McHugh
    Cassidy McHugh
    Degi Síðan síðan

    so glad you’re starting to feel better ❤️

  84. Valerie Loney
    Valerie Loney
    Degi Síðan síðan

    Did you not know they were dangerous as a physcologist

  85. Gio T.
    Gio T.
    Degi Síðan síðan

    You’re so fucking amazing

  86. Alex
    Alex
    Degi Síðan síðan

    Hope you will recover completely Dr Peterson, welcome back Sincerely

  87. Anna Paula
    Anna Paula
    Degi Síðan síðan

    You are a very special man. Jesus bless you.

  88. Steve B
    Steve B
    Degi Síðan síðan

    Thank you Dr. Peterson and I hope your health continues to improve. We are all excited to have you back.

  89. Parapon3ra
    Parapon3ra
    Degi Síðan síðan

    Earth below us Drifting falling Floating weightless Calling, calling home...

  90. SNAFUCanada since2015
    SNAFUCanada since2015
    Degi Síðan síðan

    These drugs act differently on everyone, best practice is to stay away and seek a Barbados beach with cool winds and music. Thanks for the wisdom Jordan.

  91. elmington
    elmington
    Degi Síðan síðan

    Good to have you back Dr Peterson. Hope you well! All the best from Scotland.

  92. glaslynx123
    glaslynx123
    Degi Síðan síðan

    I don't agree with all your views Mr Peterson , but it's so good to see you back . Your eloquence and intelligent comments on the current world state have been missed . Great that you,re on the mend and may your God bless you and help you to a full recovery.

  93. EyeDreamMellowDees
    EyeDreamMellowDees
    Degi Síðan síðan

    Confused. An authority on finding meaning is struggling with hopelessness. I should not let this bother me because...? (ordered his 12 rules book earlier today)

    1. GARCIA FAMILY
      GARCIA FAMILY
      Klukkustund síðan

      If the guy that tells you to look both ways before crossing the street trips on a stone while doing the same, it doesn't make his advice any less valid. Keep looking both ways, and watch out for stones.

    2. 3PoundUniverse
      3PoundUniverse
      3 klukkustundum síðan

      I'm pretty sure he almost lost his wife to cancer. Also, he cannot tell the world what needs to be said more than anything else. It's hard to have hope when you're on a leash.

  94. Talitha Koum
    Talitha Koum
    Degi Síðan síðan

    You should change your diet. Animal products cause you all these things. We are not meant to eat corpses. Eat fruits and veggies and all will be good. Continue to eat meat and you will be in trouble again.

    1. SOL INVICTUS
      SOL INVICTUS
      20 klukkustundum síðan

      um... no. we have never been fully like that(frugivores, or herbivores in general) anyway. Australopithecus also ate eggs(and meat when given the chance) before actually going on and adopting meat as a principal source of food. sure we also ate a few berries, small apples, nuts and mushrooms but fish, oysters and mammal carcasses(either hunted or scavanged) built our gut and brain the way they are today. if you tried to be frugivore today you'd end up like Steve Jobs(killing your pancreas and dying)or Freele(extremely malnourished. probably she's cheating. that's why she can still go on) you can also understand it from a viewpoint of ''satisfying your body's needs''. it is easier to digest meat(no. it doesn't rot in your gut. who even came up with this shit? you eat corn kernels you expel them the same way. you eat meat it's turned into true waste.) with all the proteins, lipides and heme iron absorbed. while the abundance of sugar, undigestible fibre and carbs are the reason LDL choresterol(choresterol in general is good. but in combination with sugar it turns bad) creates insulin imbalance and gives you diabetes or just makes you less able to absorb fat. our bones also weakened. 12.000 years of wheat agriculture fucked us so much.

    2. SOL INVICTUS
      SOL INVICTUS
      21 klukkustund síðan

      um... no. we have never been fully like that(frugivores, or herbivores in general) anyway. Australopithecus also ate eggs(and meat when given the chance) before actually going on and adopting meat as a principal source of food. sure we also ate a few berries, small apples, nuts and mushrooms but fish, oysters and mammal carcasses(either hunted or scavanged) built our gut and brain the way they are today. if you tried to be frugivore today you'd end up like Steve Jobs(killing your pancreas and dying)or Freele(extremely malnourished. probably she's cheating. that's why she can still go on) you can also understand it from a viewpoint of ''satisfying your body's needs''. it is easier to digest meat(no. it doesn't rot in your gut. who even came up with this shit? you eat corn kernels you expel them the same way. you eat meat it's turned into true waste.) with all the proteins, lipides and heme iron absorbed. while the abundance of sugar, undigestible fibre and carbs are the reason LDL choresterol(choresterol in general is good. but in combination with sugar it turns bad) creates insulin imbalance and gives you diabetes or just makes you less able to absorb fat. our bones also weakened. 12.000 years of wheat agriculture fucked us so much.

    3. SOL INVICTUS
      SOL INVICTUS
      21 klukkustund síðan

      um... no. we have never been fully like that(frugivores, or herbivores in general) anyway. Australopithecus also ate eggs(and meat when given the chance) before actually going on and adopting meat as a principal source of food. sure we also ate a few berries, small apples, nuts and mushrooms but fish, oysters and mammal carcasses(either hunted or scavanged) built our gut and brain the way they are today. if you tried to be frugivore today you'd end up like Steve Jobs(killing your pancreas and dying)or Freele(extremely malnourished. probably she's cheating. that's why she can still go on) you can also understand it from a viewpoint of ''satisfying your body's needs''. it is easier to digest meat(no. it doesn't rot in your gut. who even came up with this shit? you eat corn kernels you expel them the same way. you eat meat it's turned into true waste.) with all the proteins, lipides and heme iron absorbed. while the abundance of sugar, undigestible fibre and carbs are the reason LDL choresterol(choresterol in general is good. but in combination with sugar it turns bad) creates insulin imbalance and gives you diabetes or just makes you less able to absorb fat. our bones also weakened. 12.000 years of wheat agriculture fucked us so much.

    4. SOL INVICTUS
      SOL INVICTUS
      21 klukkustund síðan

      um... no. we have never been fully like that(frugivores, or herbivores in general) anyway. Australopithecus also ate eggs(and meat when given the chance) before actually going on and adopting meat as a principal source of food. sure we also ate a few berries, small apples, nuts and mushrooms but fish, oysters and mammal carcasses(either hunted or scavanged) built our gut and brain the way they are today. if you tried to be frugivore today you'd end up like Steve Jobs(killing your pancreas and dying)or Freele(extremely malnourished. probably she's cheating. that's why she can still go on) you can also understand it from a viewpoint of ''satisfying your body's needs''. it is easier to digest meat(no. it doesn't rot in your gut. who even came up with this shit? you eat corn kernels you expel them the same way. you eat meat it's turned into true waste.) with all the proteins, lipides and heme iron absorbed. while the abundance of sugar, undigestible fibre and carbs are the reason LDL choresterol(choresterol in general is good. but in combination with sugar it turns bad) creates insulin imbalance and gives you diabetes or just makes you less able to absorb fat. our bones also weakened. 12.000 years of wheat agriculture fucked us so much.

    5. SOL INVICTUS
      SOL INVICTUS
      21 klukkustund síðan

      um... no. we have never been fully like that(frugivores, herbivores in general) anyway. Australopithecus also ate eggs(and meat when given the chance) before actually going on and adopting meat as a principal source of food. sure we also ate a few berries, small apples, nuts and mushrooms but fish, oysters and mammal carcasses(either hunted or scavanged) built our gut and brain the way they are today. if you tried to be frugivore today you'd end up like Steve Jobs(killing your pancreas and dying)or Freele(extremely malnourished. probably she's cheating. that's why she can still go on) you can also understand it from a viewpoint of ''satisfying your body's needs''. it is easier to digest meat(no. it doesn't rot in your gut. who even came up with this shit? you eat corn kernels you expel them the same way. you eat meat it's turned into true waste.) with all the proteins, lipides and heme iron absorbed. while the abundance of sugar, undigestible fibre and carbs are the reason LDL choresterol(choresterol in general is good. but in combination with sugar it turns bad) creates insulin imbalance and gives you diabetes or just makes you less able to absorb fat. our bones also weakened. 12.000 years of wheat agriculture fucked us so much.

  95. MX FACT
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    Talking to a psychiatrist, I confirmed that Benzos are used to aid the withdrawal symptoms of alcohol, heroin and other drugs. Then, I asked how do you alleviate the withdrawal symptoms from Benzos? He said we put you in a medically induced coma for a week. During that time we titrate with the least potent benzo like Ativan. Did you do this?

  96. j Dubb
    j Dubb
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    Tough to see the role Benzos take on your mind and body.

  97. Turabolin Jon Jones
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    What I learned from mr. Peterson, I learned from no one else. I almost feel like he is the father figure I never had. Knowing that he's well is extremely good news. Please mr. Peterson remember that there are a lot of people in this world who owe you a lot. I wish you all the best

  98. Chris Alheit
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    You are a legend. May God continue to reveal Himself to you. If you plan to explore Exodus (or pretty much any book of the Bible), I highly recommend that you seek out the old teachings from David Pawson. Godspeed Jordan

  99. JonBernard41
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    Goodbye, drug addict.

  100. jeecroy
    jeecroy
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    I am happy that you are doing better, you are one of the people who make the world better. And the impact you have on others is something everyone should strive for.