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The Opiate Cure

by Norma D. Kellam

In The Opiate Cure: Pain and the Bipolar Spectrum, Robert T. Cochran makes this claim: “I have, with opiate therapy, relieved mood-shifting bipolarity, narcolepsy, attention deficiency, obsessive-compulsive disorder, post-traumatic... Read More

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What If I'm Right?

by Norma D. Kellam

“I often use creative visualization to get inmates to look at personal issues,” writes correctional deputy Carla Wilson. She believes in helping inmates, not just supervising them. As Wilson writes about the development of her... Read More

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Evil Eyes

by Norma D. Kellam

“I have flashbacks of excessively painful memories that never leave me,” Cherylann Thomas writes. Thomas’ malignant, narcissistic mother destroyed her self-esteem, and Thomas’ severe fear of her mother continued in adulthood.... Read More

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Do Not Go Gentle

by Norma D. Kellam

Author Richard Kownacki uses the term “eldster” to refer to people who defy society’s expectations for seniors by staying healthy and active or by functioning well in spite of disabilities. The famous artist Grandma Moses started... Read More

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