Oliver Sacks, the voice changer of a century, passed away yesterday. Well known for his works in The New York Times and his own clinical writings, Sacks was a needed voice in the world’s growth regarding neurologically atypical individuals. His work covered everything from Visual Agnosia (The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat,
It’s probably about time, but the FAQs section of Terminally Intelligent is updated, and finally live for public consumption. Check it out. Also: I’ve been doing things with pens and stuff. It has been fun! Check this one out: It was fun. If you like it, let me know. Sorry this wasn’t a real post.
I’m going to start this one off with a disclaimer. I’m sorry, but it’s true, even if you don’t like it, or don’t want to hear it. -You will never get these right. The symptoms for each of these illnesses overlap so much that you might never sort them all out correctly. That’s not what
The ‘Stigma Fighters Anthology Volume One‘ went up on Amazon recently, and it includes an exclusive article by yours truly. Stigma Fighters is a non-profit advocacy group on a mission to educate folk regarding mental health issues. There are some powerful, beautiful, and (sometimes) heart-breaking stories in the 230 pages of unbridled honesty. It is
Recently I was contacted by Jonathan Looper, the writer and producer of the short film “My Only Son” and feature film “Light Wounds – the true story of a childhood friend and his battle during the onset of schizophrenia.” He has asked my to post the following article on his behalf, and I totally think it’s a great