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Playboy Playmate's Cause of Death Revealed

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By Zoe Papadakis    |   Friday, 12 June 2020 11:14 AM 

Former Playboy playmate Ashley Mattingly committed suicide with a self-inflicted gunshot to her head, according to an autopsy report.

The model, who was found dead on April 15 at age 33, put a handgun to her mouth and pulled the trigger, the Travis County Medical Examiner's Office concluded in the document obtained by TMZ. Toxicology results show Mattingly had opiates and benzodiazepines in her system at the time of her death.

Mattingly's sister, Christy Deweese, previously told Fox News that the late model had struggled with addiction for several years and had been in and out of rehab. Shortly before her death, she shared an unsettling video to Instagram of herself in a hospital bed, admitting she was there because she "drank too much."

Two days later, she was found unresponsive in her home in Austin, Texas, after a friend contacted police with concerns about her well-being after not hearing from Mattingly for an extended period of time. She had left a suicide note, however, its contents were not disclosed, according to People.

Deweese recalled to Fox News how her sister had attempted to get her life "back in order" but addiction was the "one thing she couldn't overcome."

"[Addiction] can happen to anyone and it takes a really strong person to overcome it. She was obviously a very strong person and it still got the best of her," she said.

"It's hard because this isn't something we planned for," Deweese added. "She was a good person and addiction can take down anything, so I ask for people to just be mindful."


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This is WRONG! My friend is IGNORING ME!

This is WRONG! My friend is IGNORING ME!

This is WRONG! We are not physically communicating any more, but are somewhere in a virtual cloud! This is DREADFULLY WRONG!

This is WRONG! We are not physically communicating any more, but are somewhere in a virtual cloud! This is DREADFULLY WRONG!

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I do not want to END in the "THE END" line-up. This is depressing, I am throwing my mobile phone out the window. I want "LIFE" back into my LIFE!


Prodigy frontman Keith Flint dies aged 49

Published time: 4 Mar, 2019 11:20Edited time: 4 Mar, 2019 13:12

Prodigy vocalist Keith Flint. © REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

 The Prodigy’s singer Keith Flint, best known for the song ‘Firestarter’, has been found dead at his home in England. The band has announced that the 49-year-old died by suicide.

The singer from Dunmow, Essex, was discovered by police, Monday morning, after an ambulance responded to reports of an man who was unconscious. His death is not being treated as suspicious.

“We were called to concerns for the welfare of a man at an address in Brook Hill, North End, just after 8.10am on Monday,” said an Essex police spokesman in a statement.

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"We attended and, sadly, a 49-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene. His next of kin have been informed. The death is not being treated as suspicious and a file will be prepared for the coroner."

The Prodigy shot to fame for taking their underground rave sound into the mainstream with number 1 singles like ‘Firestarter’ and ‘Breathe’. The band became one of the UK’s most successful of the 1990s, racking up six number 1 albums throughout their career.

Flint was originally cast as a dancer in the group but was propelled into the spotlight after featuring his vocals on Firestarter. He soon became renowned for his unique hairstyles, heavy eyeliner and energetic live performances.


Members of The Prodigy (L-R) Keith Flint, Liam, Maxim and Liam Howllet at an awards show. © Reuters

The band were due to start a tour across the US this summer, starting in Jacksonville, Florida, in May. Their latest album ‘No Tourists’ was released in November 2018.

Fans and fellow musicians have taken to Twitter to express their sadness at the untimely passing. Ed Simons of the electro group The Chemical Brothers responded to the news by recounting how “kind” Flint was when he started in the industry.

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 Oh gosh, so sad to hear about Keith Flint, he was always great fun to be around and very kind to Tom and I when we first started doing shows together..great man.


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 RIP Keith Flint. Dead sad and it weirdly hits harder cos he was such a big part of my/our youth


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 Oh this is sad news. The death of Keith Flint. Whenever our paths crossed he was an absolute sweetheart. Really lovely. Incredible iconic frontman with a soft centre. #RIPKeithFlint


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 "At the end of the day, if people find me scary, fuck 'em."

R.I.P Keith Flint :(

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  RIP Keith Flint A true dance music icon. #TheProdigy #Firestarter


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Otac Arsenije smatra da nisu svi problemi za psihijatre i lekove, jer se mnogi problemi mogu rešiti molitvom i ako se suočimo sa sobom.

Prošao je dug i trnovit put sve dok kod Boga nije pronašao svoj duhovni mir. Kaže da mu je onog trenutka kad je izlečio sebe, Bog podario da može da pomaže i drugima koji se nađu u nekoj teškoj situaciji.

Mudre reči monaha Arsenija Jovanovića: Nisu svi problemi za psihijatra, molitvom iz srca se može mnogo toga rešiti. Pre nego što je došao u Ribnički manastir, 6 godina je proveo u manastiru Ostrog, koji naziva „Duhovni urgenti centar“. Tamo je počeo da se bavi psihoterapijom i pomaže ljudima koji prolaze kroz najteže životne probleme. On na slikovit način govori kako pristupa vernicima kojima je potrebna duhovna pomoć. Kada osoba koja ima problem dođe kod njega, on ga pažljivo sasluša i kreće da traži koren njegovog problema. Kada dođe do korena, on ga obrađuje, čisti, i na kraju čupa. Ali, pominje kako ne mogu svi koreni odmah da se iščupaju, već je za neke potrebno puno vremena da se dobro obrade i sami osuše. -



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7 Types of Psychotherapy That Are Effective for Depression

The word "therapy" is used to describe many different types of treatments. Psychotherapists often use a specific type of therapy to treat depression. Some of them use an eclectic approach, based on a client's treatment needs.

While there are many different types of therapy, a 2013 study examined which therapies are most effective for depression. Researchers found that the following therapies were equally effective in reducing depression.

Interpersonal therapy is relatively short in duration. Sessions are highly structured. It's based on the idea that your relationships are at the forefront of depression. The goal of treatment is to help patients improve skills, such as communication skills and conflict-resolution skills.
Cognitive behavioral therapy focuses on helping people identify and replace cognitive distortions and behavioral patterns that reinforce depressive feelings. It is usually short-term and it focuses on present problems and skills teaching.
Social skills therapy teaches patients how to establish healthy relationships. The goal is for patients to improve communication and learn how to build a strong social network with individuals based on honesty and respect.
Psychodynamic therapy is often featured in movies or pop culture. It involves helping patients explore their unconscious and unhealed emotional wounds from the past. The goal is to help people learn how their depression is related to past experiences and unresolved conflicts. The therapist helps patients address those issues so they can move forward in a productive manner.
Supportive counseling is unstructured and focuses on listening to the patient. Patients are invited to address whatever issues they want to talk about and the therapist uses empathy to provide understanding and support.
Behavioral activation raises awareness of pleasant activities. The therapist seeks to increase positive interactions between the patient and the environment. By getting active and engaging in more pleasurable activities, symptoms of depression may be reduced.
Problem-solving therapy aims to define a patient's problems. Then, multiple solutions are offered. The therapist helps the patient evaluate options and choose a solution.
Family or Couple Therapy
Family or couple therapy may be considered when depression affects others in the household. Therapy that involves other family members focuses on the interpersonal relationships.

The roles played by various family members in a patient's depression may be examined. Education about depression in a general way may also be a part of family therapy.

In addition, certain illnesses, such as thyroid disorders, Addison's disease, and liver disease, can cause depression symptoms.

The following medical conditions have also been associated with mood disorders: Medical problems
Certain medical problems are linked to lasting, significant mood disturbances. In fact, medical illnesses or medications may be at the root of up to 10% to 15% of all depressions.

Among the best-known culprits are two thyroid hormone imbalances. An excess of thyroid hormone (hyperthyroidism) can trigger manic symptoms. On the other hand, hypothyroidism, a condition in which your body produces too little thyroid hormone, often leads to exhaustion and depression.

degenerative neurological conditions, such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, and Huntington's disease
some nutritional deficiencies, such as a lack of vitamin B12
other endocrine disorders, such as problems with the parathyroid or adrenal glands that cause them to produce too little or too much of particular hormones
certain immune system diseases, such as lupus
some viruses and other infections, such as mononucleosis, hepatitis, and HIV
erectile dysfunction in men.
When considering the connection between health problems and depression, an important question to address is which came first, the medical condition or the mood changes. There is no doubt that the stress of having certain illnesses can trigger depression. In other cases, depression precedes the medical illness and may even contribute to it. To find out whether the mood changes occurred on their own or as a result of the medical illness, a doctor carefully considers a person's medical history and the results of a physical exam.

If depression or mania springs from an underlying medical problem, the mood changes should disappear after the medical condition is treated. If you have hypothyroidism, for example, lethargy and depression often lift once treatment regulates the level of thyroid hormone in your blood. In many cases, however, the depression is an independent problem, which means that in order to be successful, treatment must address depression directly.

Medications that may cause depression
Antimicrobials, antibiotics, antifungals, and antivirals
acyclovir (Zovirax); alpha-interferons; cycloserine (Seromycin); ethambutol (Myambutol); levofloxacin (Levaquin); metronidazole (Flagyl); streptomycin; sulfonamides (AVC, Sultrin, Trysul); tetracycline
Heart and blood pressure drugs
beta blockers such as propranolol (Inderal), metoprolol (Lopressor, Toprol XL), atenolol (Tenormin); calcium-channel blockers such as verapamil (Calan, Isoptin, Verelan) and nifedipine (Adalat CC, Procardia XL); digoxin (Digitek, Lanoxicaps, Lanoxin); disopyramide (Norpace); methyldopa (Aldomet)
anabolic steroids; danazol (Danocrine); glucocorticoids such as prednisone and adrenocorticotropic hormone; estrogens (e.g., Premarin, Prempro); oral contraceptives (birth control pills)
Tranquilizers, insomnia aids, and sedatives
barbiturates such as phenobarbital (Solfoton) and secobarbital (Seconal); benzodiazepines such as diazepam (Valium) and clonazepam (Klonopin)
acetazolamide (Diamox); antacids such as cimetidine (Tagamet) and ranitidine (Zantac); antiseizure drugs; baclofen (Lioresal); cancer drugs such as asparaginase (Elspar); cyclosporine (Neoral, Sandimmune); disulfiram (Antabuse); isotretinoin (Accutane); levodopa or L-dopa (Larodopa); metoclopramide (Octamide, Reglan); narcotic pain medications (e.g., codeine, Percodan, Demerol, morphine); withdrawal from cocaine or amphetamines. No content on this site, regardless of date, should ever be used as a substitute for direct medical advice from your doctor or other qualified clinician.

 U svakom slucaju, treba biti oprezan,  praktican i sve temeljno prostudirati. Od pameti i racionalnosti, "bazirano na cinjenicama," jos niko nije poludeo. Dr. S.

Kao sto vidite, niko ne prica o dusevnim merama lecenja kod dusevnih poremecaja. Neko slucajno ili namerno zaboravlja uticaj Hriscanske vere kao filozofiju zivljenja i uticaja na zdravu psihu. Bas interesantno za razmisliti.

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