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New York Magazine
Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Was Never Going to Be Easy. But Did It Have to Get This Hard?saying that you didn’t want to bake cookies was enough to start a culture war.
Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Was Never Going to Be Easy. But Did It Have to Get This Hard?
New York Magazine / Posted 24 minutes ago
saying that you didn’t want to bake cookies was enough to start a culture war. If Clinton suffers from a kind of political PTSD that makes her overly cautious and scripted and closed-off, then its primary trigger is the press corps that trails her... Read more
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examiner.com
On this Memorial Day -- our veterans deserve our thanks and a dignified lifemany of them living in derelict, abandoned buildings, and resorting to charity
On this Memorial Day -- our veterans deserve our thanks and a dignified life
examiner.com / Posted yesterday
many of them living in derelict, abandoned buildings, and resorting to charity to survive. According to the National Alliance to End Homelessness, homeless veterans are mostly male and single, and they live in a city. 54% of them suffer from... Read more
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NJ.com
N.J. vets desperately need medical marijuana for PTSD, patients saysaid Bridgewater, a 41-year-old Trenton resident. But the rules of New Jersey's
N.J. vets desperately need medical marijuana for PTSD, patients say
NJ.com / Posted 5 days ago
said Bridgewater, a 41-year-old Trenton resident. But the rules of New Jersey's medical marijuana program do not recognize PTSD as a "qualifying condition." For the sake of his "battle buddies" who live with the same daily struggle, state... Read more
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North Bay Bohemian
Sacred Grassare increasing accounts of people using cannabis as medicine for a wide variety
Sacred Grass
North Bay Bohemian / Posted 12 days ago
are increasing accounts of people using cannabis as medicine for a wide variety of ailments: stress relief, insomnia, PTSD, nausea, appetite and more. But this is not new. Humans have a long history of eating, cultivating and ritualistically... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Sex Slaverystate-based support groups and resources for those who experienced sexually ass
Sex Slavery
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 16 days ago
state-based support groups and resources for those who experienced sexually assault. www.aifs.gov.au/acssa/crisis Global Alliance Against Trafficking in Women - An Alliance of 106 non-governmental organisations from Africa, Asia, Europe, LAC and... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Community Events Listings, May 12, 2016formed into team), T-shirts to June 8 or before registrants; free lunch (hot do
Community Events Listings, May 12, 2016
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 18 days ago
formed into team), T-shirts to June 8 or before registrants; free lunch (hot dog, chips, water) for all; benefits National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI Scranton Chapter); 570-342-1047, NAMIkickball@gmail.com or Facebook event: Kickin’ the... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Treat mental illness ‘early and right’According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), one in four adults
Treat mental illness ‘early and right’
Altoona Mirror / Posted 19 days ago
According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), one in four adults ages 18 and older - approximately 61.5 million Americans - suffers from some type of mental illness in any given year. One in 17 adults - about 13.6 million people -... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
PTSD documentary to get free showings in Marina, SalinasErundina, a domestic abuse survivor, is featured in the documentary about PTSD
PTSD documentary to get free showings in Marina, Salinas
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 20 days ago
Erundina, a domestic abuse survivor, is featured in the documentary about PTSD called “Buried Above Ground.” Courtesy of buried above ground Monterey >> Coinciding with Mental Health Awareness Month, there will be free screenings of the film “Buried... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
PTSD documentary to get free special showings in Marina, SalinasErundina, a domestic abuse survivor, is featured in the documentary about PTSD
PTSD documentary to get free special showings in Marina, Salinas
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 20 days ago
Erundina, a domestic abuse survivor, is featured in the documentary about PTSD called “Buried Above Ground.” Courtesy of buried above ground Monterey >> Coinciding with Mental Health Awareness Month, there will be free screenings of the film “Buried... Read more
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The Mercury News
Santa Cruz veteran finds a way out of PTSD through cannabiswatching yourself, thinking 'Why am I doing this?'" Jake Scallan is working to
Santa Cruz veteran finds a way out of PTSD through cannabis
The Mercury News / Posted 21 days ago
watching yourself, thinking 'Why am I doing this?'" Jake Scallan is working to support fellow veterans deal with their PTSD. (Shmuel Thaler -- Santa Cruz Sentinel) That's what post-traumatic stress disorder feels like, and in the case of the... Read more
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Island Packet
Growing up in foster homes, she found her ‘Mom’ in a Marineadoption and shuffled from foster home to foster home. She says it was the abus
Growing up in foster homes, she found her ‘Mom’ in a Marine
Island Packet / Posted 22 days ago
adoption and shuffled from foster home to foster home. She says it was the abuse she sustained at that time that led to her PTSD. And no one wants to adopt a child with PTSD. “Everyone had pretty much given up on me,” she said. “By the time I was... Read more
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Dyersburg State Gazette
In Tennessee, good mental health benefits everyoneand easy way to find out if you are experiencing symptoms. To view online scre
In Tennessee, good mental health benefits everyone
Dyersburg State Gazette / Posted 24 days ago
and easy way to find out if you are experiencing symptoms. To view online screenings for depression, anxiety, bipolar, PTSD and psychosis visit http://www.mentalhealthamerica.net. There are also screenings for youth, parents, and for wellbeing... Read more
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WALB Albany
Columbus agencies take a stand against mental illness in children, teensor it could be stress," said Courtney Lamar, School Mental Health Coordinator f
Columbus agencies take a stand against mental illness in children, teens
WALB Albany / Posted 25 days ago
or it could be stress," said Courtney Lamar, School Mental Health Coordinator for Project AWARE. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, around 20 percent of children suffer from some form of mental illness by the time they reach 13.... Read more
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North Bay Bohemian
Pot Shotsmarijuana, even if state law allows such medicine and even if the aliments were
Pot Shots
North Bay Bohemian / Posted 26 days ago
marijuana, even if state law allows such medicine and even if the aliments were created out of military service, such as PTSD, anxiety, insomnia or chronic pain. Contradictorily, the VA acknowledges that some veterans may find the use of... Read more
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Ventura County Reporter
There's No Place Like Hopeof packing mules in the Sierras for 20 summers. The event will also recognize
There's No Place Like Hope
Ventura County Reporter / Posted 1 months ago
of packing mules in the Sierras for 20 summers. The event will also recognize the work of Tedi Tate and her Warhorse Alliance and Steeds of Light. “The warhorse work is with veterans who come home with PTSD, and the Steeds of Light division... Read more

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