Harper Lee, one-hit-wonder author of the Pulitzer Prizewinning “To Kill A Mockingbird” displayed the kind of gusty, gritty fearlessness which makes me proud of my gender (stick those fingers in your suspenders, jut your chin out and throw those shoulders back!!) and all those who share it.
Early in the 1960’s, Virginia area school board attempted to ban “To Kill A Mockingbird” from their school, calling it “immoral literature”. My first reaction when I read that was, WTF?????…
Added by Robert D. Stolorow on September 11, 2010 at 3:30pm — No Comments
Sandra and Russ Wells of Para Explorers Radio focus on paranormal & historical research. On September 7th 2010 they spoke with author Pamela S.K. Glasner about her writing in general, “Finding Emmaus” in particular, her research methods, her commitment to historical and factual accuracy, and her characters’ roles as social advocates.…
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I wondered in light of Healy's findings whether an assessment of individual psychological types could be undertaken to assertain how aggressive, passive or assertive a person is before prescription of SSRI's.
Healy observes that SSRI's are causeing Suicides are they also causeing Murder ?
Would someone prescribed SSRI's with an overly passive disposition and suicidal ideation be more prone to suicide as opposed to an assertive individual ?
Would an individual…Continue
Added by Mark Beddow on September 1, 2010 at 11:32am — No Comments