Tag Archives: mental health

Ritalin, the 2020 Summer Olympics, and Me

I haven’t been following the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, but could hardly help noticing major stories in my news feeds. Some of them weren’t what I’d call news. Not “news” in the sense of being unexpected. China won the table tennis … Continue reading

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The Unmasked Minnesotan’s Second COVID-19 Shot

…I don’t live in a perfect world. So I do what I can, try not to fret about what I can’t, and pay attention to what my bishops say…. Continue reading

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In Praise of Lilacs, Blue Sky and Rain

I have been feeling down, depressed and worse. So I wrote about emotions, personality disorders, predestination, flowers and making sense. Continue reading

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People Who Need People — and the COVID-19 Pandemic

A song from the Sixties has been on my brain’s Top 40 Golden Oldie Earworm list for the last week or so: “People, People who need people, Are the luckiest people in the world….” (“People;” Jule Styne, lyrics by Bob … Continue reading

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