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Big Yo! to all the peeps and voices who came out for Carnival des Voix yesterday.
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If the institution and business of psychiatry can make up disorders “because we could” then we can make up names for what that their doing that does to we humans. Neologism is not, as they would have it, a “symptom” … Continue reading
“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
Its a tough gig being a kid – hard enough learning to how live in this bizarre and confusing world without parents that are so anxious they find it difficult to give you space to experiment, learn, fall down and … Continue reading
“Modern psychology has a word that is probably used more than any other word in modern psychology. It is the word “maladjusted. This word is the ringing cry to modern child psychology. Certainly, we all want to avoid the maladjusted … Continue reading
One man liked milk, now he owns a million cows Can you imagine all that milk? MORE! Tell Me That I’m Dreaming – David Was, Don Was “Members of the Congress, I have the high … Continue reading
It is no measure of health to be well-adjusted to a profoundly sick society.
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The first task of the doctor is political:
the struggle against disease must begin with a war against bad government.
- Michel Foucault