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Cleaning out the trunk of my car yesterday, I came across a stack of cassette tapes from a period in my life when I was so desperate I’d spend stupid sums of money on anything to remove my fear and anxiety.
I called the Midwest Center before the free trial period was up to tell them I’d be sending the tapes and DVDs back. They had already charged the card number I gave them. Meanwhile, I received a package of vitamins in the mail with ingredients designed to reduce stress and balance the brain chemistry.
At first it struck me as odd, since the concept on paper was a lot like other pills the center typically railed against. I saw them for what they were: an expensive placebo. Yet there they were, and they were charging me extra for something I didn’t order or want.
They weren’t anti-depressant-caliber pills like Prozac. The phone reps basically told me too bad, they had already charged my card and there were no refunds. So, the program to attack anxiety and depression simply made those things rage within me even worse than before.
At some point, I dumped the tapes in a box in my trunk, forgot about them and moved on.
I found more lasting tools to manage my OCD and the resulting fear, anxiety and depression, and that was the end of it.
When I found the tapes, I chucked them in the trash along with the rest of the rubbish I was clearing out of the car.
When I came back inside, I found myself looking up articles about the Midwest Center and found some surprising items.
First, I found obituaries for Lucinda Bassett’s husband, David Bassett, co-principal of the self-help empire.
The various reports were that he committed suicide in June 2008.
Having lived through the horror of loved ones committing suicide, I’m reluctant to say anything bad here. To lose someone you love that way is one of the worst things you could ever go through.