Disorders

26 Jun 19
Fiction and Folderol

Do you ever get lost in your thoughts? I do. I explained to a friend of mine once that I tend to live in my own mind and she agreed wholeheartedly. Whenever I come to an relevant moment, I attempt to perceive the path to the best outcome and end up going through scenario after […]

26 Jun 19
24/7 Wall St.

Throughout history, women have had to endure childbirth, take care of the home and children, and recently, also work outside the home. It is women’s roles that have ensured societal stability and the long-term development of nations.  While this may have provided women some benefits — they are better at multitasking, for example — it […]

26 Jun 19
KSNF
JOPLIN, Mo. — According to the national survey on drug use and health, nearly 20 million Americans battled a substance abuse disorder during 2017. And many of them struggled with both alcohol and drug use. That’s why Ozark Center New Directions is hosting an upcoming event to discuss why this has become such a big problem and what can be done to help addicts. Nathan Honeycutt says the event is open to anyone who wants to learn more about how hard it is to overcome addiction. “It’s intended to be able to help families better understand addiction, to better be able to work to help family members that are struggling with addiction, to gain some better insight in ways to help other people.” Nathan Honeycutt, New Directions Counselor The event is free of charge and scheduled for this Thursday night, June 27th, at New Directions at 305 Virginia Avenue, from 6 pm to 7:30 pm. For more information, call 417-347-7730.
26 Jun 19
Writer's play

complete story with links and all references here Adoption: It is about the Money! By   Steven R. Isham M.A., L.B.S.W. Special to Health Impact News Child ‘protection’ is one of the biggest businesses in the country. We spend $12 billion a year on it. A recent CDC study, The Economic Burden of Child Maltreatment in the […]

26 Jun 19
Fed and Focused

Check out this fun interview with Eli and Toni! We chat about: Why I started Fed and Focused How to use hair mineral analysis testing to help kids overcome their struggles Key mineral imbalances seen in behavior disorders The Benefits of Near Infrared Light 2 fundamental action steps to start right now with your kids […]

26 Jun 19
News Archives Uk

Image caption Joanne Gallacher was killed in a flat in Biggar A man stabbed his girlfriend to death just hours after being released from hospital. Joanne Gallacher had been worried about James Kennedy being released from hospital after he was swallowed. Kennedy, 32, went on to attack Ms Gallacher at his home in Biggar, inflicting […]

26 Jun 19
OPIOID CRISIS IN AMERICA

Source 3 Citation “Ending the Opioid Epidemic – A Call to Action | NEJM.” New England Journal of Medicine, http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMp1612578. Summary  In the article, Dr. Vivek Murthy, an American physician, writes a letter to 2.3 million doctors, nurses, dentists, and other clinicians, asking for help to address the growing epidemic of opioid addiction. This is the […]

26 Jun 19
Mentally Whole

I have always felt broken. I believed there was something wrong with me and I needed to be fixed. Growing up I was told a lot of things about myself. However, I was never taught how to express my huge feelings and emotions. Nobody knew why they were there, or what to do with them. […]

26 Jun 19
Our Dissociative Identity Disorder Journey
26 Jun 19
The X-Wing Files

Join Ryan and Logan as they discuss every episode of Mr. Robot, talk computer hacking on the big screen and slowly become absorbed by the Matrix. This is Automatic for the People. Mr. Robot stars Rami Malek as Elliot, Christian Slater as Mr. Robot as well as Portia Doubleday, Carly Chaikin, Grace Gummer, BD Wong and Martin […]

26 Jun 19

“Sometimes the most important thing in a whole day is the rest we take between two deep breaths.”  – Etty Hillesum  We live in a time where achievement is everything, where one goal is barely ticked off before we are striving for the next. Busy is normal and praised and boredom is rare. We are […]

26 Jun 19
Disability Issues

My friends on Facebook are the best. they care about the treatment of others and how more education about mental health or disabilities could alleviate so many misunderstanding. A friend had posted this article the other day and it piqued my interest. I had just finished a day of Mental Health training so I was […]

26 Jun 19
Boston News, Weather, Sports | WHDH 7News

Boston police are turning to the public for help in tracking down a missing teenage boy who may be in need of medication. Jeremy Rouse, 17, was last seen around 5 p.m. on Monday in the area of Columbus Avenue and Cedar Street in Roxbury, according to the Boston Police Department. Police say Rouse takes […]

26 Jun 19
Educational & Community-Based Programs

Executive Overview Trust for America’s Health (TFAH) is a non-profit, non-partisan organization that promotes optimal health for every person and community and makes the prevention of illness and injury a national priority. We report on and recommend evidence-based programs and policies that make prevention and health equity foundational to health and community systems at all […]

26 Jun 19
FaceAndNameLess

Today has been rough. Rougher than usual. I feel as though I’ve taken ten, no, twenty steps backward. So, perhaps it’s time to start a journal. Hell, why not make it a blog? Will it matter? Perhaps. Maybe it will help. If not myself, maybe some random passerby that stumbles across my hurriedly typed nonsense […]

26 Jun 19
A day in the life of Campbell.

It’s just gone 1am, the bloke next door is shouting incomprehensible sounds which manage to fill me with a sense of discomfort. He’s been making such sounds for a long time now, I think I saw him on the street the other day doing the same again. He sounds distressed but its normal so I […]