Suicide Is Not an Act of Cowardice

A radio host’s tweets have resurrected a dangerous myth to disparage a celebrated novelist by Ken WhiteAttorney and former federal prosecutor David Foster Wallace, who took his own life in 2008, was a courageous man. He was a university professor, a prolific writer of essays and novels, and a MacArthur Foundation Fellow, but none of those things made him notably brave. What made him brave was that he accomplished what he did while fighting a major depressive disorder, and survived it until he was 46. He achieved even as he struggled to balance the disruptive side effects of his medications … Continue reading Suicide Is Not an Act of Cowardice

Humanity now “catastrophically stupid” as we enter the 2020s on a global SUICIDE mission that will only end in collapse

by: Mike Adams (Natural News) If you put a few mice in a large box with plenty of food and water, they will multiply until the box becomes overcrowded and filled with feces. When the food runs out, the mice start killing and eating each other until the entire population collapses and dies. Today in San Francisco, humans are sh###ing in the streets. Leftists are celebrating the coordinated mass murder of human babies, both the unborn and already born. All across America, parents are permanently maiming their children’s genitalia in the name of “transgenderism.” Drug use and suicides are skyrocketing, and … Continue reading Humanity now “catastrophically stupid” as we enter the 2020s on a global SUICIDE mission that will only end in collapse

Real love stories

Romantic expectations are often ridiculous and unhelpful, but attachment science can guide us to real and lasting love Sue Johnson is an author, clinical psychologist, researcher and professor in the field of couple therapy and adult attachment. She is the founding director of the International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy (ICEEFT), professor emeritus in clinical psychology at the University of Ottawa in Canada, and author of Hold Me Tight: Seven Conversations for a Lifetime of Love (2008). Her latest book is  Attachment Theory in Practice(2019). She lives in Victoria, British Columbia.  Edited by Pam Weintraub Romantic love – seeking it, glorifying … Continue reading Real love stories