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Monthly Archives: April 2013
So here’s, probably, the bestest baddest example I’ve seen in five years of a daily maintenance plan as it’s sometimes called… Or if you can’t stop yourself talking like a behaviourist-pidgeon fancier “activities of daily living”. Whatever you call it, if … Continue reading
I’ve seen a sparrow get high and waste his time in the sky Don’t you know, he thinks it’s easy to fly, he’s a little bit freer than I. . . For my openin’ line I might try to indicate … Continue reading
Dateline 1972 The Slade: Don Powell, Jim Lea, Dave Hill, and Noddy Holder . Two score plus one more years ago these fine gentlemen from The Black Country like, TOTALLY predicted the contents of DSM5 and, unwittingly, also gave the American Pyschiatric Association their strategy … Continue reading
Here’s a simple notion that I think, comes from Dr Daniel Seigel: certainly I’ve heard him speak of “switch out the c“. Now, its likely not going to be easy – you probably won’t just stop meds one day and … Continue reading
The blind men and the elephant is an ancient folklore tale from India that has been told many ways and incorporated into teachings of Jain, Hindu, Buddhism, and Sufi traditions. It is a tale of how, when we focus on … Continue reading