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Jun 12, 2013

Radio Show Hosts, Who Have Saved Americans from Depression, Commit Suicide


It is highly likely that counselors will be possessed by spirits like this woman.  Possession cannot be got through just by a manipulative technique such as “positively tackling with problems.”  Humans have so little knowledge about this field.
Regrettably, most psychologists or counselors hardly believe the existence of spirits.

Masatoshi Takeshita
June 8, 2013

English translation of a Japanese version of The Voice of Russia – June 7, 2013 –

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Hosts of Radio Show, Who Have Saved Americans from Depression, Commit Suicide

The hosts of a radio show “Pursuit of Happiness,” in which they listened to the problems of mentally ill people and consulted with them, killed themselves
John Littig and Lynne Rosen, hosts of “Pursuit of Happiness,” were found dead at home in New York.  It is said that the two killed themselves on a sofa with plastic bags over their heads.

A suicide note allegedly left behind by Mr. John Littig, 48, says “I cannot stand watching my wife suffer any more.”  Based on the note, the police think that Lynne Rosen, 46, had severe psychological problems.

Lynne Rosen, a professional psychotherapist, and his husband John Littig, a musician, hosted a radio show on WBAI-FM, in which they dispense advice to listeners for one hour on how to positively tackle with problems and how to overcome depression.  It is said that their advice made some people stop committing suicide.

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