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This Is Paris #6 – (Code Silence) – Therapist Reacts



Dr. Kirk Honda reacts to The Real Story of Paris Hilton – This Is Paris. Includes clips from This Is Paris (YouTube).

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    added on 27 Sep, 2020
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    I have been suffering with my PTSD recently a lot of emotions have began to surface and led to hospitalization because of panic attacks. I have tried for so long to find a therapist that can actually deal with trauma and it’s so unfortunate that’s these therapists are hard to find.

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    added on 27 Sep, 2020
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    My heart absolutely breaks for Paris. I pray she finds the peace she needs. Parents love your kids, that’s all the need. Love and trust they don’t need PS5 the just need your attention and love. Be present in the moment today with them, please.

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    added on 27 Sep, 2020
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    Difficult to distinguish who is more screwed up – the armchair "therapist" desperate for YouTube attention or those he comments upon. Either way, any professional who would dare do this has some deep, severe mental health issues whose license to practice deserves immediate revocation.

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    added on 27 Sep, 2020
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    I appreciate you checking in with your viewers. I did feel pretty tense watching these videos about Paris, but I find them so interesting. Always learning a lot by watching your videos!

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    added on 27 Sep, 2020
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    Do Keeping up with the Kardashians. Lot's of family drama

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    added on 27 Sep, 2020
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    23:1223:17 hahahah if you have a heart too lol

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    added on 27 Sep, 2020
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    Dr. Honda. Sometimes the most triggering thing is you. Yes, I have a heart and a good bullshit detector, too.

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    added on 27 Sep, 2020
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    Thought I'm over it long ago, but hearing those sentences from you at 20:26 instantly made me cry. Thank you Kirk ❤️

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    added on 27 Sep, 2020
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    It's almost noble that she feels responsible for the dark side of social media, but she literally doesn't need to, and shouldn't. She's just as much a victim as anyone else.

    Amd she's using social media for a great cause now, so it's not all bad and it's not all her.

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    added on 27 Sep, 2020
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    Amazing. You are decoding the layers of what they’re really saying and feeling. I’m wowed Dr. Honda. 😲👍

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    added on 27 Sep, 2020
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    This is the problem with western therapy “I cured them of their PTSD”. No – you walked beside them into their own healing through methods you learned from a multitude of other resources.

    Do you have videos about your own healing from your own trauma and what that process looked like for you?

    Fortunately sessions with MDMA assisted therapy will soon save that person a lot of financial resources with the years current processes involve.
    (Also – Jungian models for the win!)

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    added on 27 Sep, 2020
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    Can you be my therapist? Seriously, your insights are amazing. No therapist I've been to before is as knowledgeable about trauma as you are.

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    added on 27 Sep, 2020
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    Scapegoats are programmed/brainwashed to believe they are responsible for all "bad" things that happen. Parents/people with narcissistic personality disorder are unable to love, refuse to love anyone!!! So of course one would go looking for love and attract more abusers.

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    added on 27 Sep, 2020
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    this man seems like a really great therapist. he seems to not only love his job but to love speakingabout it and teaching others about it.

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    added on 27 Sep, 2020
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    As a survivor I want to thank you so much for this. Another analysis I watched previously was pretty disappointing, I don’t want to come for him but from what I’ve seen in his videos the issue just might be that that particular therapist has little experience treating trauma.

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    added on 27 Sep, 2020
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    You are such a wonderful therapist – I’m really glad you’re a teacher too 🙏🏻

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    added on 27 Sep, 2020
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    She always looked dissociated to me. But not a bad person and actually not shallow either. Very different to Kim Kardashian.

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    added on 27 Sep, 2020
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    Kirk, Ed here. I'd pay for trauma treatment training from you. You should have a seminar or an online training program.

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    added on 27 Sep, 2020
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    Doctor Honda refers to children as young as 8 or 9 being in these schools but says we don't know if they are treated like Paris was.
    Some years ago I was collecting stories from these schools. I photocopied this from a publication Children In Trouble. It's from interviews done by Children's Express.
    "I cried in the Time-Out room a couple of times. Time-Out room got nothing in it. It's a room and you can't get out…. You put your hands in your pocket and you go "Bang, bang, bang." Five days was the longest time I was ever in there. I'm 8."
    Another young boy described the Time-Out room. "The Time-Out room is about four and a half feet by five feet, like a box. They lock you in there and they don't tell you when you're gonna get out. It was cold. You didn't get no blankets. And it was really hard to breathe. You had to keep your nose by the crack so you could get air."
    How can people do that to anyone, let alone young children? As Doctor Honda speculates, they must be Predators, pedophile sadists who get pleasure from being cruel to children. And parents are paying tens of thousands of dollars to have this done to their own children, that they are supposed to protect and cherish.

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    added on 27 Sep, 2020
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    When I first started therapy with my PTSD I dropped out in a week and stayed away for years. Then I made a decision to stick it out with something called CBT and it really made a difference. It's only a limited number of sessions so there is a sort of resolution with you ultimately developing sound coping skills.

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    added on 27 Sep, 2020
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    You did a truly excellent job on this reaction series. You contributed so many interesting points and added some unique perspectives which add another layer to her story. Thank you!

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    added on 27 Sep, 2020
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    fascinating thanks for posting

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    added on 27 Sep, 2020
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    I had went through very similar things and listening to your analysis basically explains every ounce of the damage I carry. 😭

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    added on 27 Sep, 2020
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    Hi dr. Kirk. I would like to recommend the interview of mariah carey and oprah. They did mention trauma and everything. Thanks

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    added on 27 Sep, 2020
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    She needs to stop with the vocal fry. She’s going to fry her vocal cords and sound like an aged old lady before her time. Poor little rich girl. If you don’t think this entire show is carefully crafted to get her to her “billions”, then we are unaware of media manipulation.

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    added on 27 Sep, 2020
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    I think what we all should learn from the documentary is that we know nobody's history! It is easy to look at Paris Persona and say that she is so selfish and superficial. But reality is, she is not. Never assume anything by the outside!

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    added on 27 Sep, 2020
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    I LOVE these videos but let's make something clear. Therapists, monks, yoga teachers whatever you wanna call them are NOT cure alls. They do not "cure" someone. That victim that came to them has to do ALL the internal work and THEY SAVE THEMSELVES. End of story. This is coming from someone who has had cptsd since childhood.

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    added on 27 Sep, 2020
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    Yea but if she was an unruly 14 yr old who wouldn't listen to the rules, what are the parents suppose to do? Technically it IS her fault she was sent there bc she wanted to do what she wants at a young age instead of listening and respectful of her parents.

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    added on 27 Sep, 2020
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    What about the moms reaction?

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    added on 27 Sep, 2020
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    I am so glad he made a point to say that Paris is NOT to blame for the selfie and influencer thing because I agree.

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