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The Woman By the Train

I finished watching season 7 of Blacklist, a psychological crazybot about a criminal who has the FBI on a platter, and turned to the next episode of original Star Trek reruns.

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Goodbye Party at the Office

I haven’t worked in many formal or professional settings. When I first landed at a “”real”” job, it wasn’t the paycheck, status, or new schedule that got me excited to go to work. It was the parties!

Expressly, goodbye parties.

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Explosive Behaviors and IED

Seemingly uncontrollable and unpredictable anger is a problem for some people with mental health condition. As a therapist, I diagnose people with intermittent explosive disorder which is a DSM 5 diagnosable condition.

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Speaking the Language of Recovery

In my profession particularly, the helping field, and for all of us that simply enjoy time spent in others’ companies, there is an unspoken fear that the person we are speaking to won’t listen or isn’t listening.

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Seeking the help of a Tertiary Care Hospital

I once understood levels of care as abstractions when sifting through a clinical grey area. I now understand each of these precious stops in the system of care as levels of hope.

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