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HOW TO KEEP OUT OF THE PSYCHIATRISTS' HANDS

Essential conditions of a healthy life
By Harry Emerson Fosdick

WERE I not a minister, I should probably be a psychiatrist. There are 4011 accredited psychiatrists in this country, and they are swamped. The tragedy is that more disordered lives are being produced than they possibly can deal with. The number of supposedly intelligent moderns who are bogging down in emotional quagmires is appalling.
But multiplying the number of psychiatrists is not the answer. Our major problem is to keep people from needing psychiatry.
After years of personal counseling, my conviction about this matter is summed up by Dr. J. A. Hadfield, one of England's foremost psychiatrists: "Speaking as a student of psychotherapy who, as such, has no concern with theology, I am convinced that the Christian religion is a most valuable and potent influence for producing that harmony and peace of mind and that confidence of soul needed to bring health and power to most nervous patients."
A young man whom I did not know barged into my home one night. He had just tried to commit suicide by hanging-and the strap broke. After two hours' conversation he went out saying, "I feel like a new man in a new world." That was years ago, and the last time I saw him he was radiant. "I'm on top of the world!" he

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