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Editor-At-Large: As I See It
Mental Health Comic Strips
Sex and Relationships
Veterans' Issues: The Long Walk Home
Mental Health Courts: Helping or Hurting Consumers?
: The main focus of government officials, however, should be providing mental health treatment,...
Mental Health Response to Terrorism and Disasters
: Terrorism is defined as actions undertaken to achieve a political or ideological goal through a...
Mental Illness Can be a Blessing
: Mental illness is often an automatic teacher of compassion…[it] is knowing too much not too little.
Pleasure Time with People
: If the people supporting you are becoming more and more, your inner heart would feel safer and...
Ready or Not, Here Comes Medicare Part D!
: We urge you to get as much information as possible and educate yourself on this new benefit, as it...
Shrink to Fit
: Contrary to what many claim, the majority of mental health professionals are not trying to make our...
The New York City Voices Saga
: In time, the newsletter became a newspaper, received grants, volunteers, professional printing and...
The Status of a Mental Health Consumer
: …it was…essential to my mental health to adjust to being poor.
Veterans’ Issues Column: The Long Walk Home
: The journey to mental health begins when we believe that we can achieve.
Voice from Solitary in Attica State Prison
: I do read your precious letters and the paper over and over, reminding myself…that my condition is...
We are on Our Way
: We look to you for new program ideas that may benefit you as a consumer, a family member, friend,...
Writing Expresses My Inner Self
: Documenting my life in black-and-white, I was able to see that I’m a beautiful person who was...
A Bipolar Enlightening
: My son is my blessing from God…To all individuals living with this illness, stay well, strong and...
Adult Home Residents Keep up the Fight
: We need to see adult home residents as being people like everybody else. The reason that many of...
Am I A Mass-Murderer or a Saint?
: Are there people whose physical health was damaged by my second-hand smoke?
Be Yourself No Matter What
: [consumers] are interesting people to know.
Bruni in the City: When Co-workers Know
: Hang in there and stay focused on living and being a part of life.
Changing Minds: Mental Health Alternatives to Prison
: All too often mental health courts overlook the true professionals, those of us who have forensic...
Conferences: My personal chaos
: Conferences are not normal…I find myself talking with people whom I really would rather ignore…but...
Follow Your Bliss
: …doing what you love is the road to happiness and sanity.
Helping Our Therapists Help Us: Part Two
: …it’s so important to have a therapist who makes you feel comfortable, and to change therapists if...
IPRT is the Place to Be
: IPRT…is sort of like a liberal arts college: people find themselves there and move on with a new...
Letters/Emails to Voices' Editors
Managing Your Fears and Anxieties
: The main point of this article is that no matter how difficult it is to manage your fear and...
Medicare to Offer New Cost-Saving Prescription Drug Program
: [The Medicare Drug Program] could save the nation’s more than 10 million Medicare beneficiaries up...
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