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Monthly Archives: December 2016
You have likely been unable to escape hearing a lot of folks bemoaning what a shyte year 2016 has been, and maybe it has but we are now presented with a choice of how we respond. Do we allow ourselves … Continue reading
“While psychiatrists everywhere are doing their best to help people, their profession is in crisis”. John Read, Olga Runciman, Jaqui Dillon. The DSM “deals in categories, not in pain” – Dan Siegel MD, Psychiatrist There are, of course, a great … Continue reading
“Outside” I think I’m done with the sofa I think I’m done with the hall I think I’m done with the kitchen table, baby Let’s go outside (let’s go outside) In the sunshine I know you want to, but … Continue reading
A new documentary about the diversity of human experience- THEY HEARD VOICES movie by Toronto Filmmaker Jonathan Balazs.
“Psychiatry is a sham but I find myself using their language because that’s the common language. I think I’ll stop that. I think it’s the human condition. We get hungry, angry, lonely, tired, sad, scared, and overwhelmed and it colours … Continue reading
I don’t wanna fight, I don’t wanna fight I don’t wanna fight, I don’t wanna fight I’m holding on by a thread, I’m held together by tape I’d love something more permanent, but I don’t wanna raise the stakes I … Continue reading