Teach your children to look at you when you talk to them

This seems pretty obvious but some parents don’t do it. As a result the child may never learn to make eye contact with anyone and this will lead to mental illness such as schizophrenia and autism. By the time they’re adults, it’s too late to teach this skill: eye contact is simply too uncomfortable and is avoided at all costs.

If you see a child who doesn’t make eye contact, gently remind them that it’s important to look at people when you talk to them, and that failure to look at people will result in social rejection. Children should never be forced to make eye contact – that is abuse. They should also not be singled out for ‘treatment’ as that will likely traumatize them and backfire (because it takes advantage of vulnerable parents who themselves may be terrible at eye contact). Even if the child can’t do it, at least they will know the consequences and won’t always have to wonder, “Why does everyone hate me?”

Because this is such a simple and effective intervention, the psych and drug industry shills will lose their minds and respond to this completely innocuous suggestion with furious vitriol and even threats. But they are only exposing the kind of abuse that people who don’t make eye contact experience every day, that leads to rejection, isolation and mental illness. And then we pay the shills to ‘fix’ the problems they enabled.

If you don’t look at people when you talk to them, they will ignore you, insult you and ultimately betray you. However this experience is humiliating so you may not admit it’s happening even to yourself. And you’ll fall for the psychiatrist’s debunked nonsense that your suffering is caused by a ‘chemical imbalance’ or ‘paranoid delusion’. They will never tell you that you have a problem with eye contact even though it’s completely obvious. In fact no one will – it’s a massive conspiracy.

It may be too late for us, but hopefully the next generation can learn from our mistakes.

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