This article stakes out my position and makes a stand for what I believe.
The opposition to Murphy’s Law has made some strange bedfellows, but I am not willing to get into bed with just any of them.
Blaming and denying the victim are calculated to avoid responsibility.
The arguments of stigma are often cited as reasonable, but a closer examination shows that they are flawed.
I am crazy. The Republican Congress is willful, destructive, and evil. Please make the separation.
It happened! It is going to happen again! Therefore forcing treatment and locking up the mentally ill is the answer!
Black lives with mental illness matter, too.
I read because I want to understand this strange state of mind that seizes me at unlikely times.
Let us realize that for every poem, there are many long dark nights of the soul that the sufferer would prefer to be without.
I just learned about the Nirvana Fallacy. It’s a logical illusion where you compare a situation or proposal with an unrealistic and/or idealized alternative.
It didn’t take much editing to make it relevant to those of us who challenge stigma for the mentally ill — not much at all.