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Army identifies issues that lead to suicides

Search Amazon books for Mental HealthProduct Search Image via Wikipedia Having worked in Killeen as a psychiatric nurse, I am naturally appalled by the current rash of suicides by Army personnel there.  I found this article in the Killeen Daily … Continue reading

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McKinley warning signs missed

Search Amazon books for Mental HealthProduct SearchThis is a really good article from Fox on a very unfortunate event.  The loss of a young man to suicide is always difficult and we are all diminished by this loss.  Dealing with … Continue reading

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Parents of Keaton Otis hope his death can lead to mental health reforms

Search Amazon books for Mental HealthProduct SearchHere is an article that gives you just a glimmer of a glimpse into the chaos and disturbance of mental illness, not only on the individual, but also on the people around that person.  … Continue reading

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Measuring the Suicidal Mind

Search Amazon books for Mental HealthProduct Search Image by alles-schlumpf via Flickr There seems to be a growing acceptance of suicide as a way to solve seemingly unsolvable problems.  I cannot understand what is going through a person’s mind when … Continue reading

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Accused mom ‘has had some mental health treatment’

Search Amazon books for Mental HealthProduct SearchThis article deals with a tragedy.  A child is dead.  There is no reason or excuse for this to happen. That said, I posted this article because of two things.  First, the “mental health” … Continue reading

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Heart Disease is a Silent Killer for those with Severe Mental Health Disorders

Search Amazon books for Mental HealthProduct Search Image by Victius via Flickr Here is an article that proposes a closer look at comorbidity with mental disorders and physical disease.  I don’t think it is too far fetched to think that … Continue reading

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