Mental Health Pandemic

There’s good news and bad news. First the bad news. COVID-19 is infecting our brains. Even if you don’t test positive for the virus, it’s making us all, even the uninfected, mentally sick. It’s safe to say the mental infection rate is nearly one hundred percent. Our mental health depends on three primary areas: strongContinue reading “Mental Health Pandemic”

Global Anxiety Pandemic

Right now we are living through a global anxiety pandemic. This situational anxiety is the result of the COVID19 global pandemic. If you haven’t already, now is the time to look to mental health experts and to people with lived experiences in recovery from anxiety. These people are heroes, too. In my family, we areContinue reading “Global Anxiety Pandemic”

Disabilities and the #MeToo Movement

The L’Arche USA reports an internal investigation confirms founder Jean Vanier committed decades long patterns of spiritual and sexual abuse. The L’Arche is a community model of serving people with disabilities. So far, none of the known survivors of Vanier’s abuse are identified as people with disabilities. However, there is a possibility yet to beContinue reading “Disabilities and the #MeToo Movement”