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I am afraid of death. It is the nothingness that makes me tremble. Despite my intense efforts to work, love, and play; to create fulfillment in my life, it will most certainly end. As you might imagine, I'm not a fan of "goodbyes" either. When I began contemplating dissertation topics, I was compelled to wrestle with similar sources of fear....
I am tired, and I am sad. I am weary, and I am angry. I am confused, and I want clarity. Weeks of drama, tragedy, and loss have created an overwhelming sense of anxiety, fear, and bewilderment. Weeks of dealing with aging parents with serious medical issues, a flailing therapy practice, a destructive wildfire, a senseless shooting rampage, and now...
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With the most recent schizophrenia/psychosis recovery research, we discover increasing evidence that psychosis is not caused by a disease of the brain, but is perhaps best described as being a last ditch strategy of a desperate psyche to transcend an intolerable situation or dilemma. To better understand how this conclusion, which is so contrary...
Are we addicted to evil? That’s the provocative question asked by Stephen Metcalf in an article for Slate.com. By piecing together the etymology of the work “amok” (as in, “he ran amok”), examining the scripted quality of media coverage of spree violence like the shootings in Aurora, and looking at the difference...
President Obama with survivors of the Aurora shooting.
As a resident of Colorado for most of my life, I have been a witness to some of the greatest tragedies our state and country has seen. After the Columbine shootings, I sat powerlessly as a colleague of mine desperately tried to reach his daughter who was a sophomore there. After hours of sitting in panicked suspense, he received the call he'd been...

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