The poet W.S. Merwin said that Adrienne Rich was “in love with the hope of telling utter truth.” Published March 29 2012
Though soldiers with PTSD might have returned home, part of them never left the war zone. Published March 25 2012
After witnessing a gross injustice, Dorothea Dix took on U.S. and Canadian legislators to advocate for people who were politically and economically powerless. Published March 22 2012
March madness Our brain has a rhythm determined by how frequently our brain cells fire; what happens if parts of our brain lose their rhythm? Published March 18 2012
Mary Lincoln is remembered as being the wife of a famous man, and for having mental and emotional issues. It has been suggested that she suffered from bipolar disorder; maybe she did. Published March 15 2012
Maybe it is time to wear tin foil on our heads. Scientists have noticed correlations between solar flares and moods. Published March 8 2012
Negatively categorizing others is something humans regularly do. None of us can point a finger at others for labeling people unfairly without pointing also at ourselves. Published March 7 2012
Our genetic code, once thought to be written in organic stone, reacts every moment of our lives to the environment; it is a blueprint that can be edited. Published March 3 2012
Jacqueline Marshall is a writer for Help For Depression, and freelances primarily in the areas of psychology and personal development. She has a MA in Counseling Psychology and is a licensed therapist living near Chicago.
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