Short answer? Probably not. And if internationally, definitely not. I am a lawyer but not your lawyer (shout-out to Jennifer Ellis, who coined that phrase. Good on ya, Counselor). What I say here is my analysis and opinion—not legal advice and certainly not to be relied upon. The good news is that under the Farm…Read More
The importance of health insurance and why you must get it The current COVID-19 pandemic has made the entire world sit up and realise that medical exigencies are unpredictable and can cause a financial upheaval that is tough to handle. With a high infection rate and no successful vaccine yet, people have started to understand…Read More
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Brain/Mind as Broken ToolOK! What happens is the brain can’t get over the anxiety, so the brain becomes like a broken tool trying to fix something… by… focusing on it and the worst case scenario’s- how to prevent them and fix the problem. The problem is that it, the brain, is a broken tool. It…Read More
What is depression? Is it a disease? A mental disorder? Biochemical imbalance? A braindysfunction? A psychological syndrome? An existential or spiritual crisis? Several of my fellow PT bloggers posted on depression recently. I want to discuss depression here as a clinical and forensic psychologist who has been practicing psychotherapy for more than three decades. For…Read More
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