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The First Half of the Sweet 16

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After writing up the game of the night, I want to keep in mind that there were plenty of contenders for that title. 560 more words


Preparing Psychotherapists to Address Issues Related to Psychosis (Feature-Length Version)

In Madness and Civilization, philosopher Michel Foucault has predicted a proliferation of madness as disparities increase and modern society advances. Indeed, with psychopharmacology industry booming, rates of addiction, fueled by the opioid epidemic, skyrocketing, terrorism wars raging abroad, ongoing drug wars afflicting low income neighborhoods, escalation in homeless encampments in major cities, and a rise in bullying in schools, and even cyberbullying, it really does seem like higher percentage of people have been forced to explore their mental health struggles. 4,387 more words


The Theory of Divine Intervention

I legitimately feel sorry for anyone who didn’t see the ending to this glorious game live. Let’s set the scene real quick.

Abdur- Rahkman misses an easy open layup that could have tied this game at 63. 401 more words



Having quickly got over the apparent ‘bad luck’ in saying ‘Macbeth’, since ten-year-olds apparently don’t understand why I’m saying ‘The Scottish Play’, even when I say it really loudly, I have actually found myself quite isolated by the school production of Macbeth. 486 more words

Mental Health

Weekly Blog March 18th, 2018: Upsets and Underdogs

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Happy March Madness and Happy St. Patrick’s Day. Hopefully your bracket is being carried by the luck of the Irish. Or if you don’t care for Men’s College Basketball or Non-Irish people appropriating Irish Culture as an excuse to drink green beer, ummm…Happy Sunday! 1,563 more words

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The Case of the Missing Tabby

Not to be outdone by brother Moose, Tiger celebrated his own Gotcha Day recently. February 22, 2018, marked nine years since the orange tabby with attitude came to live with us. 490 more words


happy ending; sort-of

//Loving you means being poetic. It’s addictive, an obsession; much like heroin or whiskey. Funny thing about time, I was okay for a while I guess. 269 more words