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You Gotta Learn How to Fall

The 2014 Winter Olympics ended two months ago, but this post was delayed by some circumstances beyond my control; let it suffice to say that I was temporarily “censored” on the subject of falling.   1,508 more words

Stress Sh*ts

I hope you enjoyed my previous post and it served its purpose of giving you a peek into my crazy little head without leaving you all severely depressed. 1,009 more words

Women

Go To Bed!

I can still hear my mother yelling across the house to us 4 children to get to bed–and out of her hair!  She knew, in her “mother-person” wisdom, that a child short on sleep would also be short of temper.  303 more words

Using reference system APA 6 is a B***H !!!!

OMG APA 6 is horrible. I thought I knew APA pretty well, but APA 6 just blows it all out of the water. For goodness’ sake, how many different referencing approaches can we fling together in this ghastly system? 321 more words

My Research Journey

Doctors & Torture: A Conversation with Steve Miles and Rosa Garcia-Peltoniemi Part III

Part III of our conversation with Steve Miles and Rosa Garcia-Peltoniemi about doctors and torture. In this final segment, Steve and Rosa discuss the state of accountability in the United States and lack of awareness among health care providers about torture experiences of their patients. 1,002 more words

Refugee Mental Health

Doctors & Torture: A Conversation with Steve Miles and Rosa Garcia-Peltoniemi Part II

Part II of our conversation with Steve Miles and Rosa Garcia-Peltoniemi about health care professionals’ involvement in torture, including a conversation about how terrorism is used to create fear and to rationalize torture.  820 more words

Torture Survivors

Therapeutic Texting

When she’s feeling anxious or overwhelmed, my daughter sends out a text to a boy (just a friend) who is experiencing the same stress.

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Culture