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Monthly Archives: October 2017
We’re never gonna survive unless We get a little crazy…
The shit that I’m in and the pain I’m literally going insane
them voices as loud as Manhatten come chattn’..
– K’naan Continue reading
“This talk isn’t very good.” “Thoughts” “voice”, inner voice” “inner critic” – whatever you call yours there are at least as many ways of learning to live with it as there are ways of learning to live amongst humans. Many … Continue reading
This started as a post on facebook group in a conversation about recovery. It got a bit long so I tweaked it to go here. I have a blog [this one] with the word recovery in its title, I’ve no … Continue reading
This week’s World Mental Health Day saw the global mental illness industry work itself into lather: Twit-storming wave after wave of stats and scary numbers at us of just how many of us are diagnosed, have yet to be diagnosed … Continue reading
“Hearing voices” – and hearing voices that others don’t- is not just describing a wide range of human experiences that has been mystified and made taboo but which is remarkably common. In fact, hearing voices regularly is about as common … Continue reading
“Well… Thanksgiving is a complicated holiday for Native people. In a way, each day is a day of thanksgiving to the Creator for the original people of Turtle Island. This doesn’t mean that we don’t enjoy turkey, pie and family … Continue reading