Tagged: Mental Health
BoJack Horseman portrays mental health issues so realistically at times that you almost forget it takes place in a world full of talking animals
This is not a super hero movie. There is nobody in a spandex costume. Nobody has super powers. There are minimal special effects.
Some of the depictions of mental illness were nuanced and compassionate, while some missed the mark.
What sort of bullying conduct would cross a threshold into criminality? It certainly seems that a person who sets out to drive a person to their death and succeeds should face some sort of punishment.
I don’t know the answer. I just know we will never find it because we can’t leave our corners.
I may still be an anxious worrywart, but my neck has never been warmer.
Linky Friday, Ordinary Times’ weekly tradition of links to stories from around the world and across the web. This week, a focus on mental health to read, share, and discuss.
If any place is haunted, certainly the Weston State Hospital is-if not by ghosts, than at least by the stain of human suffering that took place within the walls.
Burt Likko undertakes to sample the life of an idiot.
Abby Haglage has an article at the Daily Beast on the shocking number of incarcerated prisoners with mental health issues: In a new study by Treatment Advocacy Center (TAC), a nonprofit dedicated to eliminating barriers to treating...
~by Rod Engelsman Note: I’d been mulling over a guest post on this topic for the last several days. Given the rumors surrounding the mental state of the perpetrator of last Friday’s horror in Connecticut,...