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Anger Disorder in the Electorate
31October

Anger Disorder in the Electorate

Anger Disorder in the Electorate Nearly two years ago, the unexpected results of a presidential election angered nearly half of the U.S. population. Over the course of that time, we have witnessed the difference between those who were...

A Terrible, Horrible Question to Ask: Who Should be Kept from Voting?
31October

A Terrible, Horrible Question to Ask: Who Should be Kept...

A Terrible, Horrible Question to Ask: Who Should be Kept from Voting? Laws on the books in 39 states allow voting rights to be stripped from people with mental disorders, ranging from Schizophrenia to Down Syndrome. Such laws state that...

Unless We Remember, We Cannot Understand: The Truth About a Party 36 Years Ago
25October

Unless We Remember, We Cannot Understand: The Truth About...

Unless We Remember, We Cannot Understand: The Truth About a Party 36 Years Ago   "Unless we remember, we cannot understand." E. M. Forster   Earlier this past summer, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford sent a confidential...

Voting is Good for Mental Health, Well Being
25October

Voting is Good for Mental Health, Well Being

Voting is Good for Mental Health, Well Being While American politicos look to exclude the mentally ill from the U.S. election process, researchers are trying to show the world that being able to exercise one’s right to vote just...

After Bizarre White House Rant Source Close to Kanye West Says that Family is Worried About the State of His Mental Health
20October

After Bizarre White House Rant Source Close to Kanye West...

Source Close to Kanye Says that Family is Worried About his Mental Health and Well-Being After delivering a 10-minute, mostly incoherent rant in the Oval Office, earlier this month, friends, and family of Kanye West say they are...

The Counseling Connoisseur: The Contour of Hope in Trauma
12April

The Counseling Connoisseur: The Contour of Hope in Trauma

Hope Always Remains “Nothing is hopeless; we must hope for everything.”― Euripides   Recently I was invited to provide an afternoon keynote at a conference examining community trauma and human violence. The morning...

Fed Up Vermont: 'Hub and spoke' a flawed approach to opioid addiction - vtdigger.org
12April

Fed Up Vermont: 'Hub and spoke' a flawed...

Fed Up Vermont Says Hub and Spoke is a Flawed Approach to Opioid Addiction Editor’s note: This commentary is by Wendy Galbraith of Manchester, Geri Gilmore of Arlington, Jo Lambling of Manchester Center, and Gretchen Lima of...

Grief and Recovery
06March

Grief and Recovery

Voices Voices. I heard voices when the doctor told us our baby was dead. “Your wife is going to need you to be strong for her,” one voice said. “It’s going to be hard for her for a while,” added...