Johnson powder causes cancer? Watch
- 15-05-2016 19:12
(Original post by mariam687)
- 15-05-2016 19:46
its ok, i used to eat vix..
ukno tht strong jelly stuff u put on your throat and nose
Were you a special kind of child?
- 15-05-2016 19:49
it tasted gd back thn...
(Original post by Foo.mp3)
- 15-05-2016 22:26
You're free to quote whatever you like wherever you like - although I wouldn't recommend retrospective/mis-quoting m'dear (added some notes to the above to try to make it clearer what I was saying, tricky to word it concisely and not risk misinterpretation!)Spoiler:Please see below:ShowEssentially what I was suggesting was that once (other) major causes/contributory factors have been identified, and (hopefully) to a certain extent nullified (with the exception of things we can't do much about, like ageing), it's possible to envisage a world in which wireless radiation is still-more ubiquitous and, in this context, has risen to become the biggest residual cause/contributory factor (in terms of number of cases it impacts)
You'll find plenty of information about the professional services I provide in the appropriate thread
I take care not to misinform and will never be pressured into abandoning a precautionary approach where human/animal welfare is concerned (TTIP style), sorry. I will freely exercise my right to share and comment upon all/any information at my disposal, however you, or any other individual/body, may feel about the available evidence. If you have any genuine concerns as to the validity of my sources then I welcome relevant well-meaning, depersonalised/non-accusatory feedback, rather than attempting puerile public defamation/point scoring
Apologies for being unclear, I was asking about your professional qualifications, not the services you offer. That thread you linked to seems to state you've no qualifications except the university of life, which while extremely important in a counsellor, definitely doesn't qualify you to call yourself a health professional. You can skate by on using "relationship counsellor" because it's not a protected term, but that's pretty unethical of you to be honest. It usually means a person has been through years of formal counselling training and additional relationship-specific counselling training. What makes you different to a guy in the pub advising his friend on his relationship? For example, I have counselling, CBT and interpersonal therapy qualifications. I still wouldn't call myself a relationship counsellor as it would be a misleading representation of my abilities. What makes you a more capable person to work with a vulnerable patient than someone like me? And if the answer is "nothing", why do you set yourself up as someone who is capable?
(I'm aware we're going off topic, so feel free to respond in whichever of those two threads you feel is most relevant, if you like.)Last edited by PangXie; 15-05-2016 at 22:29.
(Original post by PangXie)
- 15-05-2016 22:31
What makes you a more capable person to work with a vulnerable patient than someone like me? And if the answer is "nothing", why do you set yourself up as someone who is capable?
- 16-05-2016 13:56
partially responded in the appropriate thread, and will endeavour to respond to the rest in t'other appropriate thread in due courseLast edited by Foo.mp3; 16-05-2016 at 13:57.
(Original post by loveleest)
- 16-05-2016 13:59
This powder apparently causes cancer and this lady got ovarian cancer from it and now the company has lost $55 million.
It's shocking because I used to use it all the time when I was younger!
What do you guys think?
- 16-05-2016 18:36