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I moved into a supportive apartment with two roommates. One is wonderful. The other one drinks and sleeps a lot and doesn't do his share of the chores. This person also gets very drunk and sometimes verbally abusive. What can we do?
: The other one drinks and sleeps a lot and ... gets very drunk and sometimes verbally abusive. What...
How Am I Doing? How Are We Doing?
: in the aftermath of the World Trade Center debacle ...What do we feel when something this enormous...
Getting Into the Holiday Groove
: How do I get through holiday dinner with relatives if I have just gotten out of the hospital?
Care for Caregivers
: Caregivers need to take a break. Mental health workers need to take their vacations, leave the...
I'm 28 years old and live at home with my parents. I suffer from manic depressive illness. My parents expect my therapist and doctor to share everything about my therapy and my medication with them. Don't I have any right to privacy?
: I'm 28 years old and live at home with my parents. I suffer from manic depressive illness. My...
Another Rx Recovery Story
: Wilma's thoughts and speech were more organized; the voices were at first diminished, and then they...
I am a parent of a mental health consumer. He's 45; I'm 75. I have looked after him since he became ill at age 19. I am beginning to worry about what to do if I should die and he continues to need "protection."
: Aging parents of disabled adult children are often in a quandary. They want the child to be...
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