Tag: perspective

The Little Things.

“Yesterday I overheard a nursing student snark, “yeah, this is why I’m in nursing school – so I can pass trays.” And if I hadn’t been up to my eyeballs in other things to do for my patients, I would have stopped and said: You’ve already missed the point entirely. I’m not sure why you […]

Neo-Liberalism And It’s Impact on Mental Illness.

What greater indictment of a system could there be than an epidemic of mental illness? Yet plagues of anxiety, stress, depression, social phobia, eating disorders, self-harm and loneliness now strike people down all over the world. The latest, catastrophic figures for children’s mental health in England reflect a global crisis. Children’s mental health in crisis – readers share […]

Forgiveness.

There’s been quite a bit on my mind lately, but there’s always been one reoccurring thought that has consistently returned to me over the past few months. Betrayal. How does one look into they eyes of someone that has once betrayed them and forgive them. I guess I would assume the answer is time and […]