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Americans In Pain and Addicted: Untangling the Opioid Crisis

Part Seven: Let’s Give YOU a Voice!
What follows are some of the voices of my gentle readers. If you are not among them, please try to understand, and feel their pain…

Americans In Pain and Addicted: Untangling the Opioid Crisis

Part Five: Finding Something to Live For
“Chronic pain and addiction are a life-long struggle, and it can humble even the proudest and strongest person. As difficult as it may be, you can’t let your suffering define you and control you. Something, anything, needs to be more important”

Americans In Pain and Addicted: Untangling the Opioid Crisis

Part Four: Climbing Up from Rock Bottom
I want you to appreciate something about treatment: Progress is not a straight line. It takes twists and turns, there are relapses and setbacks and high mountains to climb. But, together with a caring medical professional, you push forward and climb them.

ADHD, Learning Disabilities, and Request for Accommodations: The Benefits of Psychological Testing Assessments (Part 1)

In today’s rapidly changing world, patients with ADHD and other learning disabilities; and patients who are suffering from cognitive impairment resulting...

Mitochondria – The Brain’s “Power Plants” that Affect How You Feel and Function!

In the months ahead I will begin to teach you about mitochondria – the amazing “power plants” that produce the energy...

Not Getting Better? Insist Upon The Biopsychosocial Model (Part 3)

The Role of Genetic Testing Under The Biopsychosocial Model Despite the fact that Sandra was in crisis and desperately longed for...

The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow…

As the seasons begin to change, we begin to adapt. For example, the type of clothes we wear, the PJs we...

Anger Out of Control? Two Steps You can Take to Manage Your Impulse to Lash Out

I was on a plane recently that was approaching our destination in Miami, where I had a connecting flight to Reagan...