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Suicide, Resonance, and the Tribe of Aunties

“I guess they were all my sons.” – “All My Sons” (1947), by Arthur Miller When you work in mental health, and you’re open about your own problems, the subject of suicide often comes up. It’s not giving away confidentiality … Continue reading

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Ever Closer to the Edge

“ … and oh, what colours!” – Edgar Lee Masters, “Spoon River Anthology” My thoughts about the recent, tragic death of Robin Williams – at 63, far too young to die – are still aswirl with colours. Discussions about his … Continue reading

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