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Published on Dec 1, 2011
http://www.truelightoflife.com vxyx2z http://www.insight.spruz.com __ MARILYN MONROE: 1926-1962 In 1955, an acting coach recommended that Monroe undergo psychoanalysis to tap into her "explosive energy." She started and eventually saw psychiatrist Marianne Kris, who prescribed the barbiturates the actress abused until her death. Of the psychoanalysis, Monroe said she felt "as if I were going around in circles. It was always...not where I was going but where had I been?" In 1960, Monroe saw psychiatrist Ralph Greenson, whose control over her was swift, severing all her close relationships. By 1962, she realized—too late—that she must "disconnect from Greenson." After spending six hours with him, she was found dead of a drug overdose. In the seven years prior to psychiatry's influence, Monroe had made 23 movies. In the seven years of her psychiatric "care," she only made six films. In January, 1995, this co-author's newsletter From A Follower of Christ had a feature article on Marilyn Monroe.