Archives for April, 2013

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The Song Remains the Same

“I really enjoyed playing with the idea of ‘who are we without our memories’? Do you make the same choices? Do the same things make you happy?” – Allison...
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OCD and Isolation

One of the most heartbreaking aspects of my son Dan’s descent into severe obsessive-compulsive disorder was his progressive isolation from his friends. Unfortunately, this is a common occurrence for...
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How to Stay Sane

As the years progress, it can seem harder and harder to feel that we are in control of our mental well-being. In How to Stay Sane, Philippa Perry takes...
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Book Review: Shrunk

Riveting. Humorous. Quirky. Satirical. In other words, I could not put it down. Shrunk, a novel by Christopher Hogart, tells the story of Henry and Helena Avalon, a couple...
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Love 2.0

When Sigmund Freud wrote The Interpretation of Dreams, he took a familiar phenomenon and looked at it through a more discerning lens. In doing so he changed forever the...
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Book Review: Do Over

Carol Anne Leathers wrote Do Over as an autobiographical story turned fictional. Leathers puts her life into the character Reb, whose story focuses on overcoming childhood abuse and centers...
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