Monthly Archives: May 2018

Maintaining a Write-to-Live Attitude in the Social Media Era

I feel sorry for my English professor who wanted to put my essay up for an award! The glare I gave him and the lack of response: it was, at its best, very rude.   The fact is, I only learned it bothered him because my best friend who was fifteen years older than me […]

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Legal Reality

Humans inhabit the court room Where right gets discerned from wrong Investing all their damn money Into the justice they long.   Anger bounces savagely In tossed and yanked slinky veins That domino amassment Of hate in buzzing refrain.  

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How to Work with Issues of Mental Health Warehousing as a Professional

Early in my career as a social worker, I couldn’t even see the phenomenon of mental health warehousing let alone know how address the issue in a relationship. My college texts had promoted the mainstream eugenic presumptions associated with mental illness. I didn’t know what was needed to recover from things like psychosis, personality disorders, […]

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