Monthly Archives: May 2011

Anger


I have post traumatic stress disorder as a result of having been hospitalized on inpatient psychiatry.  I wake up at 2:00 a.m. and it’s all there: At St. Joe’s:  I walked down the hall to the nursing station.  In front … Continue reading

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Righteous Anger


            When I stopped taking drugs ten years ago, I was angry—very, very angry.  There are several possible explanations for all that anger.  First was the fact that I have bipolar disorder, type 2.  Professionals say that in some people … Continue reading

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St. Joseph’s: The Perverse Pathology of Mary Corbliss (Part V)


On December 31, 2010, I began a four-part post about Mary Corbliss.  It is one of the top three posts that readers are going to, so it deserves a final note. Mary Corbliss was (and probably still is, judging from the … Continue reading

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