The Lindemann Theory For the World

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In this memoir I have theorized, as part of The Lindemann Theory, and I believe validate it in an eight-year cure thus far, that the medications that thankfully removed symptoms of O.C.D. went on to create a broad range of events including direct side effects, a misdiagnosis, and indirectly led to other sequelae (conditions following the original one of O.C.D.). In 2009, I would perform a retrospective analysis of these events, leading me to create The Lindemann Theory that would lead to my cure.  I then go on to create InfinitE/IQ to help us all. The very events that tortured me would create a history that would set me free. Read our customer’s review below …

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The Lindemann Theory For the World

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Because of the medication-induced side effects and sequelae (direct and indirect) mentioned and the original OCD, I believe I have insight into the following disorders: OCD, cyclothymic disorder, schizophrenia, anxiety disorder, anorexia nervosa, bulimia, body dysmorphic disorder (BDD), depression, major depression and dysthymia.

My education in physiology and psychology, understanding of exercise physiology, nutrition, athletic training and broad coursework from medical school including coursework in pharmacology, anatomy-cadaver dissection, pathology, biochemistry, quantitative analysis, nutrition, physiology, neuroanatomy, embryology, genetics, endocrinology, microbiology, physical exam-history, microbiology, nutrition, molecular cell biology, all enabled me to analyze, elucidate, and create my theory, carry it out, succeed, document and pen this memoir-case history.

My use of InfinitE / IQ, a combination of Community (removal of isolation, and a return to a social species), Stimulation (mental and physical exercise; stress in the right dose to invoke adaptations) and Clean Fuel (food and supplements of the right type and quantity) all designed to maximize biochemical and neurochemical balance, hormonal control and reach peak efficiency and life performance. That cure again has been close to a decade now.

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Author: Robert Lindemann
Publisher: RWL Consulting LLC
Publication Year: December 8, 2017
Length: 270

8 reviews for The Lindemann Theory For the World

  1. Patti Ferretti (verified owner)

    I was on the fence about purchasing this book for the better part of two months. It was not because of the price, or the content, or even the author.

    In my mind, it was because I had preconceived notions about people and didn’t want to admit that I might be wrong. I have a strong personality and it takes a lot of courage for me to admit that I am wrong. I have a wall around me that is virtually impenetrable by people I don’t know.

    This book, a very personal story by the author, Robert Lindemann. It was relatable for me on many levels. It awakens the soul, provides awareness, and in my case forced me to look deep inside for some answers that don’t often come easily to me.

    This book had my attention at the very beginning. It blew my mind and managed to surpass my already high expectations.

  2. Cheryl Masterhouse Airey

    So your book, my heart broke for you reading all that you had gone through. I’m so happy that you’ve overcome so much and are living a happy successful life.

    I bought the book because I have a friend who has been on a 13 year roller coaster of drug addiction. He has been sober 5 months and is doing well right now. One day at a time.

    I know first hand what mental health issues can do to a person and a family. It’s devastating for all. I was looking for any answers that may help him. I actually just gave my friend the book this past weekend to read. He’s an avid reader and I’m sure he’ll relate to a lot of it.

    I do believe eating right, exercise and enjoying life are key!

    I wish you continued good health and happiness. Enjoy those girls of yours!

    Cheryl Masterhouse Airey

  3. Cena Pollitt

    Thank you for letting me read your book.

    Your description of O.C.D. (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) was clear as well as your theories. When medications and treatments get piled on top of each other, things can become worse. I do understand and wonder if doctors take time to realize it.

    Yes, good eating, less medication, exercise and family and friends are the basics for good life.

    Best wishes,

    Cena Pollitt

  4. Bill Lindemann

    Collegiate/University Dean/CEO Emeritus

    Many if not most great new revelations and accomplishments in science have been achieved because individuals have had both the wisdom and courage to challenge the established way of thinking about a certain issue or problem facing mankind.

    These individuals have systematically focused their thinking, research and knowledge on “out of the box” solutions. This book chronicles how one such man did just that in a very disciplined manner.

    Rob Lindemann brilliantly details his successful life journey to find a course of action to overcome the Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) that plagued his life and ability to achieve his life’s goal, that of becoming a medical doctor .

    Today, millions of Americans find their life and/or the life of a loved one paralyzed by one form or another of OCD. If you are one of these individuals you will find the knowledge and experiences presented in “The Lindemann Theory” very helpful.

    Practitioners who help individuals suffering from OCD will find that this book offers a well thought out approach to patient thinking while offering great optimism.

  5. Bruce M. Weinstein

    Bruce M. Weinstein

    Worldwide, the average life expectancy for men is age 70. That equates to 25,550 days, 613,200 hours, 36,792,000 minutes and over 2.2 billion seconds.

    The author spent nearly half a lifetime of illness, over 1.1 billion seconds of neurological ‘disorder’, yet endured. He has not only chronicled his case history, but he has provided us with a thorough medically valid analysis, a near decade of zero symptoms – a cure and a theory.

    Sixteen of those 31 years of illness were in a steadfast quest to become an MD – efforts thwarted by his theorized medicine induced side effects. His book, his theories, his educational and practical experience make this read and his story unprecedented – a must read for mental and physical health.

    There are books to help you raise your kids, lose weight, straighten your hair, curl your hair, color your hair, buy a foreclosure, deal with divorce, deal with death but how many books exist to help you deal with attacks on your brain?

    Mental health is truly the last of the unexplained bastions of man’s existence. Kudos to the author for not only exposing his childhood-adulthood struggles and allowing himself to vulnerably open himself to the stigma surrounding mental health issues, but to push himself to find his own solutions to live a normal, healthy, balanced and joyous life. Now he shares his achievement with all – the pinnacle of altruism.

    Medical society’s treatment in the area of mental health might find – I hope they find, a profound interest in the author’s work – for the welfare of all. How many physicians can tout enduring and curing an ordeal of this type?

    Can it all come down to adjusting one’s body chemistry through a natural diet, proper exercise and community? Has the author found a natural, holistic approach to curing what modern medicine remains perplexed in solving?

    For the author himself, he believes he has. Can it help you or your loved ones with their struggles?

    Read the book and spread the word for my kids, your kids and all. Live to 100 with InfinitE / IQ and embrace life again!

  6. Pastor George Montanari

    This is an incredible story; no, a journey of so much more than physical healing. This is a journey of healing of body, heart and spirit; a journey on which we the readers are invited to accompany Rob; but we soon discover that he is accompanying us – maybe even leading us – on our own journey of healing for body, heart and spirit.

    When reading this book, yes, you will learn important lessons for good physical care and well-being. You will read of processes of health that take place at cellular and molecular levels, and in terms that the average reader will generally be able to follow.

    But you will find medicine for more than your body; you will find medicine for your heart as you walk along with Rob and learn to see the world through new lenses of love and passion; you will find medicine for your spirit as you journey with Rob and learn to embrace ever greater and wider dimensions of hope and encouragement.

    It may seem to read as part biography and as part introductory physiology or biochemistry textbook; but it is really a love story – the story of a man who learned afresh to love himself, his family and the gift of life itself. It is a story of love that Rob has for each of us who will read and share the journey with him. And the passion of his concern for the well-being of every reader he can possibly reach will wash you with warmth. This story, this journey, will move and inspire you – and will be one you will want to revisit time and again in the changing seasons of your own life’s journey.

    Get this book! Pastor George Montanari

  7. Rosanne Chandra

    The World Version of The Lindemann Theory, A 31 Year Journey and My Cure, is unquestionably the most dynamic and inspirational read of my life. The author/publisher’s words are riveting, page turning and justified with science, hope and life. As a follower of his social media I am now quite aware as well of the author’s qualifications (copy and pasted from social) :

    31 Years Practical Psychiatric Experience, Eagle Scout, Athlete Year, Bausch & Lomb Science Award – Cornell University, Certified Trainer/Lifeguard, 10 + Year CURE

    Pre-Med Relevant Coursework: Physiological Psychology, Neuro-psychopharmacology + Lab (Surgery), Systems Psychotherapy, Health Psychology, Principles of Abnormal Psychology, Infant and Child Development, Seminar in Personality, Adolescent Behavior, Motivation and Behavior, Moral and Social Issues, Hormones and Behavior, Conditioning and Learning, Quantitative Methods in Psychology, Exercise Physiology, Systems Physiology + Lab, Comparative Morphology, Immunology + Lab, Organic Chemistry + Lab, Genetics, Physics + Lab, Analytical Physics, Biochemistry + Lab, Calculus for Engineers, Biology

    2 years Medical School Coursework (20 courses) completed include: Molecular cell Biology, Human genetics, clinical anatomy, embryology, medical ethics, biostatistics, microscopic organology, mammalian physiology, psychosocial factors in medicine, preventive medicine, nutrition, CPR, medical biochemistry, neuroscience, medical microbiology and immunology, general and systemic pathology, medical pharmacology, introduction to clinical medicine, clinical neuroscience, family medicine also did a summer research project

    The book is a combination love story, biography, self-help, motivational, and amazing medical case history analysis. After I read his Introduction, I was hooked –

    This is a documented 10 year cure, backed with integrity and passion, filled with courage and honesty. I can only imagine and would love this book to be transformed into a motion picture. The masses of people it could help are beyond words.

    In final I am grateful for this new easy to read version and really enjoy the new graphic filled pages, that surround the beautiful writing.

  8. Billy Carr

    REVIEW of no EQUAL – the book called “ADDICTIVE” (an author’s greatest compliment)

    Thank you Billy Carr for these words straight off his head, unrehearsed, and straight from the heart –

    ” I had a nice time in Florida. I read 50 pages before the plane was air born, and then 10 pages at a time, and finished on landing.

    Page 87 mentions the death of Thurman Munson. It was a great book and very addictive once I started.

    I am so happy your life is where you want it to be. It would be great to talk in person sometime. ”

    Billy Carr

    Billy thank you so much for the memories again. My time at UNC at Chapel Hill (and reflection of the NY Yankees yearly visits) of course one of the key components of EVIDENCE that led to all my theories and ultimate cure after 31 years of illness – I hope all find help in my book.

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