Probleme mit Marihuana

Der amerikanische Orgonom Dr. Charles Konia sagt dem Kiffer:

Probleme mit Marihuana

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4 Antworten to “Probleme mit Marihuana”

  1. Robert (Berlin) Says:

    Wörtlich hast du cluelessness richtig übersetzt, aber im Deutschen wäre Unbedarftheit die bessere Wahl gewesen.

  2. Peter Nasselstein Says:

    „unbedarft“ ist etwas etwas Intellektuelles, währnend „ahnungslos“ mehr die Emotionen betrifft.

    # „Ich bin , was das Flirtvehalten von Frauen betrifft, etwas unbedarft!“

    # „Ich hatte ja keine Ahnung, daß Deine Gefühle für mich so tief sind.“

  3. Peter Nasselstein Says:

    Die Marihuana-Aktie:

    https://www.finanztrends.info/aurora-cannabis-aktie-ist-aurora-die-zukunft-der-branche/

  4. Peter Nasselstein Says:

    American College of Orgonomy

    A Different Kind of Psychiatry
    ACO Clinical Case Presentations & Discussions
    A Monthly Series

    Saturday, January 19, 2019

    „Marijuana: Parents Matter“
    by Dee Apple, Ph.D.

    Join us on Saturday, January 19, 2019, for the next event in the ACO’s monthly series of clinical case presentations and discussions, „Marijuana: Parents Matter,“ by Dee Apple, Ph.D. Joining Dr. Apple will be Edward Chastka, M.D., as the discussant. The event takes place from 4:00PM to 5:00PM, ACO Campus, 4419 Route 27, Princeton NJ.

    Dr. Apple shares his insights about his presentation:

    „There’s a lot of confusing data and confused opinions out in the media and in the world about whether marijuana is harmful or not. But research shows two things that are absolutely clear: High THC levels in cannabis absolutely disrupt adolescent development. And the younger an adolescent is when he or she uses, the more seriously their brains and nervous systems are disrupted and delayed, and their capacity for contact with themselves and the world compromised. This sets them up for problems as they mature and take on harder challenges in life, making things worse as time goes on.

    Whether cannabis is legalized or not, how parents address these difficult issues with their child is crucial.

    We cannot completely prevent our children’s exposure to marijuana, as, for example, it is present in most schools. Social development is important, and as your child hangs out with their friends, exposure is likely going to occur. There’s no way around that, and how parents deal with that challenge and threat to their child’s health is critical.

    My presentation will be of interest to parents of teenagers or pre-teens. I will show the full range of responses to how specific parents handled their child’s interest in or use of marijuana, from parents who are clear and firm with their kids to parents who have difficulty acting like parents, who do not want to take charge or go up against their children in what is a very challenging situation.

    This presentation will lead into a discussion about unique situations that arise in addressing the current problems with marijuana. I anticipate lots of great questions from parents and I look forward to getting feedback about how they have dealt with their own children. It would also be great to have young people there to give their own perspectives about marijuana. Any point of view is welcome.“
    — Dee Apple, Ph.D.

    American College of Orgonomy
    http://www.orgonomy.org

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