A Receipt For Regina’s Suicide

Series – Climbing Out of the Hole – A Story of Mental Illness Christ, what have you done? The Pass – Rush I have a receipt for $618.50 dated October 3, 1951—a tiny scrap of 68-year old paper, with that old paper smell. Woodsy. Paper doesn’t smell like that anymore. The receipt was some of […]

Climbing Out of The Hole – A Story of Mental Illness

I’ve been contemplating for a while the notion of starting a series on The Jesson Press about mental and emotional health. It is a subject very near and dear to my heart. I make no bones about the fact that I take an anti-depressant. Nor am I ashamed to admit that mental illness is woven […]

How Can You Help a Caregiver?

Two things many full-time caregivers never have enough of are time and money. On a daily basis, sometimes even an hourly basis, they are trying to keep a whole bunch of spinning dinner plates from crashing into a broken heap. This is true for any sort of caregiving, but what I know is dementia, so […]

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