By Natalie Tamburello
When you think about social movements that you learned about growing up, what do you remember? What do you see in your mind’s eye? 1,374 more words
Living with someone who has recently been identified as having traits of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (or ADHD), my interest was piqued by this documentary, in which Rory Bremner, who has recently had a family member diagnosed with this condition, explores what it means to suffer and whether he might have it himself. 1,012 more words
Depression – many do not like to admit to it, speak of it, or even acknowledge it. For some, it’s very real and can be seriously debilitating. 624 more words
Hi ever aesthetic and gorgeous planet.
Yes, men can also use these words. I’m of course talking about words like “Hi”.
Today I feel like one of those writers who uses metaphors, alliterations, cliches, poetry and maybe some satire to describe their feelings, but I’m not going to do that. 434 more words
Graduate social work students working with Dr. Elspeth Slayter were asked to reflect on the ways in which they do their work with clients with disabilities. 853 more words