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Obsessing about Obsessing
: A two millimeter little pill changed my life for the better. ... I knew it was helping like I knew...
Obsession Du Jour
: It may be a big deal or it may be trivial. If it is something trivial my mind blows it way out of...
My Non-Reaction to 9-11
: For me and those like me, who feel next to nothing, all I really want our reaction [to human...
Baby, Baby Not
: …as a schizophrenic, thinking about kids had two effects: 1. I’ll die childless and miserable with...
A Nation Afflicted Like All Other Nations
: At a clinic in the Upper East Side of Manhattan, which I went to in the early nineties, I got into...
Missing an Obvious Message
: Things might have been different had he only taken his medication. Would he have been an Ivy...
: Consumers, as they are called, keep their mental illness a secret. But do they really have anything...
A Ballad of Nothing
: Study the loneliness on her face. Study her pain. Let's all not follow a philosophy from a singer...
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