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Anger and control:::...A plea from a viewer: desperation makes action much easier, movement is finally an easy choice over status quo! .. A two part response.

“Dear God,I can’t seem to control my anger.”
Let me share these ideas about anger and emotions.

Then, let us take some small actions to change the mind, daily, repetitively, almost devoutly. 274 more words


Invisible Torture

Recently there has been yet more fuss about state-run torture.

This is the visible torture that it is ok to be disgusted by, and to protest about. 681 more words



Please welcome first-time contributor Jennifer, a 23-year-old photographer out of Jacksonville, Florida, who suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder. Jennifer’s photography is influenced by her PTSD, and anxiety in general. 123 more words


Christmas in Wartime: Mary Dexter and the Great War

By Jeffrey S. Reznick

One-hundred years ago this week, Mary Dexter wrote to her mother, Emily Loud Sanford, about her experiences as a volunteer with the British Red Cross at the American Women’s War Relief Hospital in Paignton, South Devon. 810 more words


9 DAYS LEFT to make your end-of-year gift & receive your 2014 tax deduction!

Hi everyone,

The holiday season is here, and the year will soon come to an end. With nine days left in 2014, it’s not too late to… 85 more words

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Broken Crayons

Nobody’s past is damage free. Some of us may feel more “damaged” than others.  In my case, I battle with feeling damaged and unlovable because I have PTSD and PNES. 77 more words

My Story

Manhattan Project #27 Doris gets busted (Call me!)

(in which Berman ponders how we teach men to kill and in which his pot-smoking friend “Doris” gets busted)

Chapter Ten

I never saw Nathan Thibodeau’s parents again, but his story haunted me for a long time after we did the special. 1,536 more words

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