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Monthly Archives: January 2014
Laughing Like Crazy Showcase – Thu 27th Feb 2014 If you think mental health is nothing to make jokes about- that may be your meds. Think again, or don’t think – just come laugh your ass, your arse, or your head … Continue reading
Short piece by Oliver Sacks from Nov 2012 in the lead up to publication of his book “Hallucinations”. Seeing things, hearing things, thinking things, feeling things that others don’t is what humans do- we all see, hear feel think in … Continue reading
What every psychiatrist’s office could use a little more of… phe-no-me-nah! . . . . . boy, you sure are crazy! . . . . related posts… psychiatry – in recovery https://recoverynetworktoronto.wordpress.com/2013/01/01/psychiatry-in-recovery/ manamana https://recoverynetworktoronto.wordpress.com/2012/01/14/manamana/
Who walks this dusty road? Who always pulls their weight? Who’s this?! Inside of me Who made a big mistake Who sees these constellations Seen in those spinning round Carry these men and women Who get lost when the sun … Continue reading
your life is your life don’t let it be clubbed into dank submission. be on the watch. there are ways out. . . . . The Laughing Heart your life is your life don’t let it be clubbed into dank … Continue reading
Liberty Windsor and Sophie Winsdor Clive were out on a canoe trip and encountered a rare and inspiring natural phenomena. It took a few a few moments to get the camera out – but be glad they did because they … Continue reading
Salman Rushdie’s magical realism tale of children born around midnight on August 15, 1947, when India transitioned into independent Republic of India – “born in the hour of freedom, handcuffed to history”. The central character Saleem is born on the … Continue reading