Monthly Archives: April 2014

If You Feel Crappy You Could Try…Doing Nothing

My friend Jake, in his words, experienced two decades of intense declining psychosis, terrifying and agonizing beyond comprehension. These states were triggered when he was in college and tried out a simple chakra meditation every day for one year. He … Continue reading

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Mare Cromwell

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The Antidepressant Generation

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The Pros and Cons of Using Binaries and Spectrums in Discussing Childhood Trauma

To voice experiences of oppression or inequality, there is sometimes an apparent need to speak in binaries or spectrums that might not be entirely fair or ultimately honest. Yet these binaries such as white/black, rich/poor, and male/female have cultural relevance … Continue reading

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My Films Are Now Free on Youtube

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Why You Should Spend More Time Thinking About Seriousness

An anonymous opinion piece in today’s Wall Street Journal criticizes SAMHSA and the peer movement for focusing primarily on the “worried well” and neglecting those with serious mental disorders. I’m writing to tell you this definition is vague and unfounded. … Continue reading

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