Monthly Archives: October 2015

Covering More Grass: Starting Local Psychiatric Survivor Communities | Chaya Grossberg

There were a few individual psychiatric survivors and activists I knew here in Olympia, and I continued to meet more (it’s mathematical), yet it seemed there was no actual grassroots “movement” here, and my initial intention with Elizabeth was to … Continue reading

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Billy Joel To Sing National Anthem At World Series October 30th

Was just thinking about how I could make it known that I am not an all American or a sports fan, when I saw this. No more not knowing who Billy Joel is for the 20 somethings. At leat the … Continue reading

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Bedlam In America

This interview we prerecorded last month will air tomorrow, Tuesday, 10/20 at 11:30-1 EST/ 2:30-4 PST From their website: We aim to bring you news about the psychiatric police state, the latest information about the psychotropic drugs, the most recent … Continue reading

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Sanders touts Chinese medicine, yoga at UVM

Vermont’s independent senator praised health care providers who believe “a human being is more than a symptom,” including the Veterans Health Administration. “You go to facilities, whether it is in White River Junction or facilities around the country,” Sanders said, … Continue reading

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What the Wind Tells Me | Chaya Grossberg

Where I Sit Between Worlds I realized this in the shower: I can “be myself”, meaning, I can do what I feel drawn to and skip what doesn’t work for me, and there will be people who need me as … Continue reading

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11 Recent Health Discoveries and 3 Helpful Facebook Groups | Chaya Grossberg

Most of these are practices I have been doing for some time, so it can be hard to know what makes a difference and what is doing what, but I did notice adding in more seaweed and black foods made … Continue reading

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