Orlando, BlackLivesMatter, rage and unrest in the streets of Baltimore where I reside up near Johns Hopkins University, and laying in excruciating pain for 4 days and nights sweating, from ER to hospital, seeing ghostlike faces of death hover near me scared me. Terribly. I thought I was going to die. The surgeons, nurses and doctorsContinue reading “Coming Home”
My story will not save anyone. My Hope and Story certainly cannot and will not save another person from completing. We’ve tried. We’ve lost too many. That we’re still walking, breathing, bitching and pissed off says it all. We are invincible. With at least ten (10) combined failed attempts, we conclude that we are unkillable. We are immortal.
Mental Health: Why It’s Always Personal and Why that’s Not a Bad Thing
Feel free to SHARE this information for THIS Friday’s, April 29, 2016 FREE motion picture screening of “healing voices” in Washington, DC. Many thanks to Oryx Cohen, PJ Moynihan and the Healing Voices Team. Daphne Klein and Jen Padron lead the welcome. Debbie Plotnick, Vice-President for Mental Health and Systems Advocacy at Mental Health AmericaContinue reading “Healing Voices Screening | Washington, DC”
Issue Proclamation creating National Monument to honor Dorothea Dix Martha Brock Cary, NC The imminent sale of the 608 acres that remain of the former Dorothea Dix Hospital campus endangers historic buildings and a patients’ cemetery. Pleas to preserve part of the site to benefit those in NC with mental illness go ignored by theContinue reading “NATIONAL MONUMENT TO HONOR DOROTHEA DIX”