- stuff my face as fast as I can
- keep eating when I knew I wasn't hungry anymore
- eat until I was uncomfortable and ... Read the full article
Kari Stiles relates a patient interaction while caring for a woman who was close to dying and how she handled her with love and compassion.
Jim Carroll wrote a song that was popular in the ’80s called “People Who Died” … this is Jeff Reese’s version of that same concept, reflecting back on friends who have passed.
Picking up where she left off with her introduction to the subject of gaslighting, Sarah Xerta next tackles gaslighting in intimate partner relationships.
Kari Stiles reflects back on the death of Robin Williams and shows that, with mental illness, it’s not a question of whether it exists, but how we accept it and keep it in check.
Jason Zenobia shares his love of learning about people through the food that they enjoy, and relates an early experience with his husband regarding an overabundance of meatballs.
Jason Zenobia recalls the day a woman asked him about his tattoos, “What happens when you regret those?”
What is gaslighting? Sarah Xerta provides an introduction to this issue of psychological abuse and lays the groundwork for future articles to follow.