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April is the Cruelest Month


Saturday I went back to Peter Breggin’s Empathic Therapy Conference, but first I went for a long ride.  I did not intend to but, because I am disabled and in a wheelchair, and therefore poor, I have to use paratransit, i.e., … Continue reading

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


            My doctor had written an order that I could have my radio and its headset at my bedside to be used as an alternate to the normal pharmaceutical tranquilizer.  Mary Corbliss took it away from me, ostensibly because the … Continue reading

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