John Edmonds discusses SSRI drugs that were a factor in Whitney Houston’s death. Read warnings! Do not allow access to children. The suicide risk is too great.
Shortly after graduating from college in 1990, John Edmonds suffered a serious back injury that left him disabled and unemployed. A passionate horse lover like his wife, John began his recovery process by feeding and caring for horses that he found in the desert who had been abandoned by their previous owners and left to fend for themselves.
He soon acquired several new friends who accepted him as their surrogate father! By investing his time, energy, and positive intentions, John slowly regained his health and found his life’s passion. Over time, it became apparent that Equine Therapy was a great way to live life in a new direction. By saving the horses, John was able to save himself. He eventually went back to school to earn a Masters Degree in Social Work in 2002. Through Hopeful Hooves, Inc., their 501(c)(3) organization, John and Joyce play a major role in rehabilitating abandoned and unwanted horses.
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Heath Andrew Ledger was an Australian television and film actor. After performing roles in Australian television and film during the 1990s, Ledger left his homeland for the United States in 1998 to develop his film career. Ledger died on 22 January 2008, from an accidental “toxic combination of prescription drugs”.
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