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Seven ‘Dirty Words’ Words You Can’t Say About Healthcare

So…how are we now to tell people what’s good or bad mental health care? This past week, President Trump directed officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to cease using seven terms, including “diversity,” “vulnerable,” “science-based,” and

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Posted in CDC, Centers for Disease Control, health, mental health, Politics, Veterans, wellness

Our New Health Policy in 140 Characters or Less

I was listening to a radio talk show early Friday morning after the Republican House and President celebrated the rapid passage of their version of repeal of the ACA. While the radio hosts missed the irony, the program cut to

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Posted in Affordable Care Act, health, mental health, Politics, wellness

Salve for the Sensibilities

I am a recovering news junkie…one who is struggling to stay on course in the current storm of political wrangling about social, economic, environmental, and overall  leadership issues. For many years, my home lifestyle included watching cable news and TV

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Posted in Addiction, Politics, Tension, Veterans

When Therapy Mirrors Politics

The passing of Labor Day signals the start of what is often called the “silly season” – the two month run-up until Election Day.  But this year, things have gotten more than “silly.”  We’re dealing with a torrent of vitriol

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Posted in Healing, Politics, T-Groups
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