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Incurable?

 Incurable? On the whole, I don’t hold a grudge.  If I’ve been injured in some way, but the wound is either cured — or else not the kind of thing that can be patched up — that ends the incident … Continue reading

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So Long As You’re Healthy

  So Long As You’re Healthy Of course I’m not referring to the pandemic.  We’re all suffering from that.  I’m looking at the larger question of health — starting with my own, since I know its story best. How did … Continue reading

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Post-Traumatic Stress

Post-Traumatic Stress There’s a book I’m reading now titled In An Unspoken Voice by Peter A. Levine, a man who’s done research on the causes of trauma when it lasts well beyond the end of the stressful incident and currently … Continue reading

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