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Suicidal, But Sane

Suicidal, But Sane By Ken K. Gourdin For far longer than I care to admit, now, the Dog of Clinical Depression has alternated between nipping at my heels and threatening to devour me whole.  Clinical Depression is so prevalent that … Continue reading

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On Dependency, Learned Helplessness, and Non-Self-Reliance

On Dependency, Learned Helplessness, and Non-Self-Reliance By Ken K. Gourdin I recently posted on behavioral health issues at Mormon Dialogue and Discussion. In response to another poster, whose thesis (at the risk of overstating the case or of misstating his … Continue reading

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New Reflection House

Why “New Reflection?”                                                                 By Ken K. Gourdin Author’s Note – As someone with a complex mental health history, I am a big proponent of psychosocial rehabilitation, particularly of the Clubhouse Model.  I have written elsewhere on the blog about … Continue reading

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