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I know there are days that you feel what you are attempting to do in PTSD recovery is hopeless. Anyone working as hard as...
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I don’t usually post on Saturdays, but then David Budin (one of the original members of the band that became Bruce...
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Not long ago the Bipolar Burble had a commenter ask me about delusions of grandeur in mania as a part of bipolar disorder....
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One of the things that child abuse deniers like the False Memory Syndrome Foundation focus on, besides Elizabeth Loftus's...
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Dance played a big role in my recovery. There was something about learning to make my mind and body  both be in the present...
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Socioeconomic disparities in pain may be attributable to both greater frequency in stressful financial events as well as...
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As many of you already know (and if you didn’t you found out about my PTSD poetry on Monday!), writing poetry was...
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Or How Antipsychiatry Groups are Wrong If you’re been reading my writings here at the Bipolar Burble for a while, you’ve...
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Mental health experts warn that the continuing humanitarian crisis in Japan is taking a heavy psychological toll on...
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A review of my book, How Dysfunctional Families Spur Mental Disorders: A Balanced Approach to Resolve Problems and Reconcile...
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