Knowledge is Power
A Blog To Answer Your Questions About Mental Health Treatment
Can you stop taking your antidepressant medication "cold turkey"?
One reader asked whether it would be safe to abruptly stop use of an antidepressant medication. As a general rule, it's not a good idea...
Don't Believe Everything You Think
You don't believe everything you read, right? You don't believe everything that anyone else tells you. Take it one step further: Don't...
Words of Wisdom from Baz Luhrmann
"Dance. Even if you have nowhere to do it but your own living room." You can find the song track towards the bottom of this blog page. ...
I welcome requests for mental health related topics to be addressed in this blog. I am also happy to offer straight-forward Dear Abby type advice about personal situations related to mental illness.
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