Monthly Archives: February 2017

3 things I’ve learned about fake news from mental health advocacy

I was plunged into the mental health world when my son was 7 and made his first suicide attempt.  I got him help, of course, but I needed to understand what was happening to him and to our family.  Overnight, … Continue reading 3 things I’ve learned about fake news from mental health advocacy

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Asking “Do you need a toothbrush?” can be a small bridge to support

When you take your child to the emergency room in any part of the state, you know you’re there for a bunch or reasons:  unavailable doctor hours, urgency, crisis, and most of all, acute evaluation to get you connected to … Continue reading Asking “Do you need a toothbrush?” can be a small bridge to support

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