Through the disciplined precision of our efforts, we’ll come again and again to our edge—the difficult places beyond which we’ve previously been unable to move. Through the willingness to soften and surrender to what is, we learn that we can gradually move beyond that edge. It is only through this interplay of hard and soft,... Continue Reading →
Mental Health Concerns for Obama – by Pat Risser
Mental Health Concerns for Obama by Pat Risser Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 1. Mental Health, NOT Mental Illness The current system of care is a "mental illness" system, not one designed to create "mental health." The topic seldom arises of what "mental health" might look like. In the United States, we are more concerned with trying to... Continue Reading →
Doctors Worry About Kids’ Use of Antipsychotic Drugs
From the Washington Post a couple of days ago: Doctor's "worry"---ha! better late than never I guess...then again there is no sign they are looking for any alternatives besides OTHER drugs which will undoubtedly do some other horrendous thing. We need to get to the root of things. Not mask and cover symptoms which is... Continue Reading →
Quote of the day
Live to be in the present. Safety, security, knowing and being right are all synonyms for death. –Cheri Huber
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