Monthly Archives: November 2016

On Writing: “Post-truth” and the Unbearable Lightness of Being Ridiculous*

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The dictionary defines “post-truth” as “relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief.”  In this case, the “post-” prefix doesn’t mean “after” so much as … Continue reading

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Book Review: Exploring Depression and Beating the Blues by Tony Attwood and Michelle Garnett

Twenty years ago when I was trying to understand my son’s autism diagnosis one of the first places I turned was to the books written by Tony Attwood. He had a clear, concise and useable approach to DSM defunct term … Continue reading

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Book Review: Max’s Diamonds, by Jay Greenfield

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Max’s Diamonds, by Jay Greenfield, is actually two books in one. The overarching story is the mystery of some diamonds. Diamonds that were smuggled out of the ovens of the Holocaust to find a new home in America. Where did … Continue reading

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