Got this FDA alert in my inbox today: It linked to this article: FDA notified healthcare professionals that it is providing its perspective on study data published in the American Journal of Psychiatry on the potential risks of stimulant medications used to treat Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in children. This study, funded by the FDA and... Continue Reading →
Hearing Voices Movement
I went to the doctor's today with this interview downloaded to my computer and listened to it while I got my IV. It's a great interview for anyone who hears voices and for any of us who would like to better understand those who do. Also I found that there was plenty of insight that... Continue Reading →
Comments delayed today and 10,000 comment mark has been hit
I will be unavailable to unmoderate comments for several hours today. Be assured your comments will be released by early evening. And guess what? I just noticed in the last couple of days sometime I went over 10,000 comments on this blog. I love that you all support and keep this blog a living entity... Continue Reading →
Victim / perpetrator — some ideas that challenge popular thinking
This is a response to an email in an email group in which someone was saying we should not be "victims." Part of working through being a victim though, and rising above it is recognizing the damage that has been done. Ignoring this is simply invalidating and damaging. Karen Henninger speaks to this beautifully in... Continue Reading →
Quote of the day
Those who are awake live in a state of constant amazement. - The Buddha This makes me think of baby's and young children and what we lose as we "grow-up."
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