Moral Relativism and Rising Suicide Rates

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By the Price of Business, Media Partner of USA Daily Times.

Recently Kevin Price, Host of the Price of Business, interviewed show contributor, Dr. Linda Lagemann.

In this important interview, Dr. Lagemann discussed how the decline of moral absolutes has made it simply easier to consider suicide as an option.

Kevin Price gave his own personal story of considering depression himself.  In 2011, Price suffered from a chronic illness that was getting quickly and progressively worse.  He literally chose not to take his life because of his personal convictions on right and wrong, based on his Christian worldview.

Very few are talking about the rise of moral relativism and the rise of suicide.  This is a very powerful and personal interview.

Dr. Linda Lagemann, has a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and over 25 years of experience in the mental health field. She is an Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Medicine, University of California at San Francisco (UCSF) where she received the UCSF Annual Teaching Excellence Award three times. Dr. Lagemann closed her office and has spent the past five years researching trends in the “mental health” field and the aggregate damage being done to the population by psychiatric labels and drugs, as seen in the rising statistics on suicides, school shootings, and various health problems. Dr. Lagemann now, unapologetically, uses quotation marks when referring to the “mental health” field.   Dr. Lagemann is with the Citizens Commission on Human Rights.

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