Fifty-nine years ago today, I came home from school. It was my special day. I had turned six. I entered the living room. My eyes bugged open ...
A pin-the-tail-on-the-donkey was draped over the back of the couch. I turned to my left, through the opening to the kitchen. An orange crepe tablecloth draped... Read more
Two years ago, I posted a piece, Ketamine for Bipolar Depression? It is time to revisit the topic, this time focusing on unipolar depression.
In his Read more
Several months ago, I began doing pieces based on Edge questions. Edge, which bills itself as an online salon, annually asks a provocative question of leading scientists and writers and the like. The answers are published as a series of books. ... Read more
Last year, I posted a piece, Antidepressants Over the Medium and Long Term: Little to No Evidence. I based my narrative on four leading psychiatric treatment guidelines.
The key to legitimacy with any type of medical treatment... Read more
This is a short piece about identity and labels.
The other day I watched a Read more