Monthly Archives: May 2012

Breaking The Code On Schizophrenia

An article appearing in the website of the Brain and Behavior Research Foundation (www.bbrfoundation.org ) points to a discovery in the quest to find what causes schizophrenia. Apparently scientists at a university in Indiana have found the genes most likely … Continue reading

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Toxic Religion & Toxic Blogs = Trolls

I’ll never claim to have that one absolute, final answer. Everyone is on his or her own journey and I would never consign a fellow traveler to hell because he believes differently from me. Usually I know better and stay … Continue reading

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Family-To-Family

Even though I have my Cracker Jack PhD in psych, making me an expert in all things mental illness, I am taking NAMI’s (National Alliance on Mental Illness) twelve-week course. I figured there is always something new to learn, and … Continue reading

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