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Book Review: ‘Where They Found Her’ – a Mystery by Kimberly McCreight


In "Where They Found Her" by Kimberly McCreight, we are drawn into the world of a woman who's lost a child, following her on a risky path toward healing. Read More »

An Open Letter to the Suicidal and the Disease of Depression (R.I.P. Robin Williams)

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Robin Williams's comedy was part of my recovery. I watched until I could recite his jokes by heart. His death is especially hurtful because it was his comedy I often returned to for relief Read More »

Book Review: ‘Turning the Hourglass’ by Christine Alisa, MS


Children work through the trauma in their lives. Read More »

Book Review: The Trauer Complex by Stanley Nass

Dr. Trauer is a therapist, set out to “heal” the mentally disturbed by focusing on his idea that sex will bring you out of your shell. Read More »

Book Review: Clinical Management of Intestinal Failure, Edited by Christopher P. Duggan, et al

A complex disease entity, intestinal failure (IF) has only recently become accepted as a distinct clinical syndrome. Read More »

Book Review: We Were Here by Matt de la Pena

A terrible secret keeps a teen from forgiving himself in this powerful young adult novel. Read More »

Book Review: My Schizophrenic Life: The Road to Recovery from Mental Illness by Sandra Yuen MacKay

Sandra Yuen MacKay poignantly, candidly shares her experiences with schizophrenia - it's not art, it's life. Read More »

Book Review: The Naked Lady Who Stood on Her Head: A Psychiatrist’s Stories of His Most Bizarre Cases by Dr. Gary Small and Gigi Vorgan

A look into what makes others tick. Read More »

What Jack Bauer Can Learn from Tony Soprano and Michael Corleone

24 on TV is done, 24 the movie will appear someday. To succeed, Jack Bauer should heed the lessons of Tony Soprano and Michael Corleone. Read More »

Book Review: Mathilda Savitch by Victor Lodato

Story of a young teenager who tries to be edgy and cool but too many neuroses make her object of pity. Read More »