After working on these issues for the past 150 years, Psych Central is pleased to announce a final, simple cure for mental illness.
“Yes, it’s been a long-time in the making, but we finally figured out how to cure mental illness,” said Founder and CEO of Psych Central, Dr. John Grohol. “The final push came 6 months ago, when we realized we had not only discovered the single mental illness gene, but how to deactivate it with simple products found in most people’s homes.”
The cure comes on the heels of over 150 years of mental illness being recognized as something needing treatment. Serious mental disorders — things such as depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, anxiety and panic, ADHD — have long had a significant, negative impact in people’s lives. Hundreds of millions of dollars have been spent on researchers in pursuing treatments for them.
Psych Central has been an innovator at the forefront of mental health research for most of that time. Begun in 1860 as a network of tin cans connected via baling wire, researchers at the Psych Central Institute learned pretty quickly that a lot more cans would be needed to meet the needs of a growing population interested in learning more about mental health concerns. The cans were procured after the world’s largest bean eating contest at that year’s World’s Fair.
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