Monthly Archives: May 2014

Good Girl! Good Dog!

Sure, I was an irresponsible kid who knew nothing of pet care besides what the “pet store” told me and my parents weren’t pet people either. There were joyful moments with the newts when I’d bring them out of a … Continue reading

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Fish exposed to antidepressants exhibit altered behavioral changes

Fish exposed to the antidepressant Fluoxetine, an active ingredient in prescription drugs such as Prozac, exhibited a range of altered mating behaviours, repetitive behaviour and aggression towards female fish, according to new research. “With increased aggression, in the highest level … Continue reading

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The Anthropik Network » Rewilding Humans

Certainly, as mentioned before, the relationship between wolves and humans took a dramatic change in the Holocene. The academic discussion of domestication often involves terms that serve to white-wash its effects, such as “neoteny.” Neoteny is defined as the retention … Continue reading

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Routine Lab Work

Her: So how did you get into this line of work? Me: I was on psychiatric drugs myself and they had a negative effect and were hard to come off of, so I wanted to support others who were coming … Continue reading

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Talk with Tenney: OPEN LINES: CURRENT EVENTS IN STATE-SPONSORED PSYCHIATRY

About to go on this awesome radio show with Lauren Tenney. Call in to share your views and questions about forced psychiatric drugging. (267) 521-0167 http://ift.tt/1oT2FJQ from Facebook http://ift.tt/1oT2FJQ via IFTTT

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Talk with Tenney: OPEN LINES: CURRENT EVENTS IN STATE-SPONSORED PSYCHIATRY

Tune in tomorrow at 6pm PST/ 9pm EST. I will be talking with Lauren Tenney (and maybe Dee Jacobson) on Talk with Tenney about the dangers of involuntary outpatient commitment, my own experiences and why we need to shift towards … Continue reading

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

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