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What They are not Talking about at the Debates

                                                          Picture Credit: CNN.com I watched all the debates in the beginning, but … Continue reading

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40 Celebrities who have Bipolar Disorder

  There  many actors, actresses, mathematicians, scientists, athletes, musicians, artists, poets, authors, and politicians who have bipolar disorder. You will be surprised as to how many there are.  Right now, there are almost 300 of these celebrities I have included. For … Continue reading

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Why June 3rd Is an Important Day in the US, Who is Invited, and What is the Agenda?

  Note: After hearing President Obama and others speak I have to say that I am impressed and am hopeful and convinced that things are going to change regarding mental illness and mental health. This blog entry was written prior … Continue reading

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Advocates for People with Mental Illnesses Need to Unite

One voice can make a difference. However, 100,000+ voices could make so much more of an impact. If you don’t want to read this whole article, please skip to “LET’S Unite and MAKE A DIFFERENCE” at the end of the … Continue reading

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