Watch Psychology Documentaries Online Free This Fifth Estate documentary was filmed in 1994 and is about a troubled 11 year old called Evan and his family. His parents agreed to have video cameras installed in their home for a 3 month period which resulted in recording Evan’s emotional... In Holding the Sun we get to look into a Canadian family’s struggle to save their son from schizophrenia and cope with the consequences of the condition. The Millar family was torn apart when on May 30th, 1997, Ruth Millar’s son Aaron came calmly up behind her and stuck a sword through her heart.
The 6 Most Shockingly Irresponsible “Fitspiration” Photos The Reembody blog, up to this point, has been a thoughtful exploration of human movement, a subject about which I am extremely passionate. Today, however, I’m mad and I’m going to tell you why. I have been planning a blog post for a while on fitness misinformation, and it was originally going to be the same kind of thoughtful deconstruction found in my other installments.
The Death of Robin Williams, And What Suicide Isn't I was coming home from a long day of working when I saw the news on Twitter. Today, probably sometime this morning, Robin Williams, beloved American actor, passed away in his California home. The coroner suspects that he committed suicide, probably from asphyxiation. In the short hour since his death broke to the world, I have seen a number of reactions. I’ve seen people saddened and shocked. I’ve seen them skeptical and decreeing how suicide is a “waste.” Portland Home Massage: What People Really Look Like Women have cellulite, men have silly buttocks. I’ve been a massage therapist for many years, now. I know what people look like. People have been undressing for me for a long time. I know what you look like: a glance at you, and I can picture pretty well what you’d look like on my table.
Positive But So Weak. by Khadijah Lee I have autoimmune liver disease (in short my body is eating my liver) my common bile duct ripped and started leaking into my blood and reached my brain. They gave me 2 weeks to live at first then pumped me full of steroids and gave me more time but made me even more sick. The steroids ruined my life and there is nothing that western medicine can do for me anymore, I have 2 years with or without the steroids. HOWEVER we found an MD/nateuropath who has a cure, but it's very expensive and doesn't take insurance. I'm only 21...
How Unethical Behavior Becomes Habit When a former client’s secretary was arrested for embezzlement years before his own crimes were uncovered, Bernie Madoff commented to his own secretary, “Well, you know what happens is, it starts out with you taking a little bit, maybe a few hundred, a few thousand. You get comfortable with that, and before you know it, it snowballs into something big.” We now know that Madoff’s Ponzi scheme started when he engaged in misreporting to cover relatively small financial losses. Over a 15-year period, the scam grew steadily, eventually ballooning to $65 billion, even as regulators and investors failed to notice the warning signs. Many of the biggest business scandals of recent years — including the News of the World phone hacking scandal, billions in rogue trading losses at UBS, and the collapse of Enron — have followed a similar pattern: The ethical behavior of those involved eroded over time.
Bumdidlyumptious Subs Stuff Original Post The Genius : Black Garnet has finally come to an end. A lot of things happened over the last 6 or so months. I wanted to clutch at my evaporating memories by putting everything that happened during that time into writing. Regarding Filming and Editing What happened to U.S. mental health care after deinstitutionalization? If you ask any social policy expert to describe a well-intentioned initiative that didn't work out as planned, the word “deinstitutionalization” will probably appear in her response. This conventional wisdom is vastly oversimplified. In a recent law review article, University of Michigan disability expert Samuel Bagenstos notes that the broad set of policies designed to move individuals with disabilities out of large institutions into family- or community-based settings was more complicated — and often more beneficial — than is now remembered. On the whole, deinstitutionalization improved the lives of millions of Americans living with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) — albeit with many exceptions. These policies allowed people to live with proper support, on a human scale, within their own communities.
Kanteens – Klean Kanteen Brushed Stainless Bamboo Leaf Beet Root Post-traumatic stress 'evident in 1300BC' 24 January 2015Last updated at 02:40 ET By James Gallagher Health editor, BBC News website Evidence of post-traumatic stress disorder can be traced back to 1300BC - much earlier than previously thought - say researchers. The team at Anglia Ruskin University analysed translations from ancient Iraq or Mesopotamia.