Humans must be killed to save the earth

We remind our Painful Truth readers that in the United States May is Mental Health Awareness Month. The article below is included to demonstrate what threats there are to our mental health these days, as well as, well, DEATH as proposed by the globalist elite. Pretty much all of us must die to save the earth. That’s what the climate scientologist… sorry, Scientist tells us we must do. Having a pandemic is probably the best course. No doubt other experts will be engineering a new mostly fatal virus for this purpose [such as the National Institute of Health has disclosed for the Gain of Function illegal pogrom… er… program.]

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Religiosity and Mental Health: A Contribution to Understanding the Heterogeneity of Research Findings

Most studies report positive associations between religiosity and spirituality and aspects of mental health, while a small proportion report mixed or fully negative associations. The aim of this study was to assess the associations of religiosity measured more specifically, with mental health in a secular environment, using a nationally representative sample of Czech adults (n = 1795). We measured religious affiliation, conversion experience, non-religious attitudes and the stability of these attitudes, mental health problems, and anxiety levels. Compared to stable non-religious respondents, unstable non-religious and converted respondents who perceived God as distant were more likely to experience anxiety in close relationships, and had higher risks of worse mental health. Our findings support the idea that the heterogeneity of findings in associations between religiosity/spirituality and mental health could be due to measurement problems and variation in the degree of secularity. A shift towards religiosity could be expected to be seen in a substantial part of non-religious respondents in problematic times.

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