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Tom Cruise's (and Scientology's) crusade against Psychiatry and Psychology: Did Tom Cruise help a child grow abnormally?

Scientology and psychiatry (anti-psychiatry)

Tom Cruise thinks psychiatrists are criminal
Tom Cruise about postpartum depression
Did Tom Cruise help a child grow abnormally?
Tom Cruise about Ritalin
Tom Cruise about SAT scores
Tom Cruise helping people in the middle of the night
Tom Cruise against treating people with the proper medication
Tom Cruise knows the real cause of mental illnesses

Tom Cruise


Hmm... Scratching nose... Any body language expert around?
Nice, they gave her food...
Ushma S. Neill, Executive Editor of The Journal of Clinical Investigation in Tom Cruise is dangerous and irresponsible:

«Later in the same interview, Cruise discusses how he “recently helped a family have their daughter get off [ADHD] drugs . . . We stepped the [7-year-old] child off the drugs, got her vitamins and food. She has calmed down now and she has grown seven inches in about four months” (2). If true, this child should be examined for growth abnormalities, as a normal growth spurt occurs during puberty (12–14 years old in females) and is on average 3–5 inches. Hyperbole on the part of Mr. Cruise, perhaps? One would hope the child was under the care of a medical doctor.»


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