Category Archives: proper response

Sanity?

The 2016 Republican Platform[1], the social solutions would legitimize the indefensible act of bullying of women, blacks, the LGBTQ, and Muslims. Modern Republican behavior reflects bullying too, and their reliance on it. After the Orlando massacre of June 20, 2016, … Continue reading

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Kevlar Education

Life is full of triggers. I can’t always predict when something will happen that will spark sensory memories or casual remarks or images can send me into a spiral of teenage insecurity. Most people deal with those as best they can. Continue reading

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The World on a Page

The other day I was at a party and someone reported yet another slam at Science Fiction as literature. Things have changed a little in the mind of the public since “Star Wars” first hit the screen, but, by and large, really big … Continue reading

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What Goes Around . . . ?

Someone once said you should always be nice to a writer because you may end up in a novel. Clearly that applies to blogs as well. My friend Dr. Gerald Stein, a retired psychotherapist, writes a blog which I occasionally … Continue reading

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