Monthly Archives: January 2015

How should our police handle the mentally disturbed?

  Most psychiatric crises are resolved with the support of family and friends and with appropriate medical intervention. It is only when there are public disturbances, that police become involved. We expect the police to risk their own lives, for our own safety. They face complex situations, requiring them to make difficult decisions on … Continue reading

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29 Quotes That Help You Understand Mental Illness

Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
image – Flickr / Neil Krug Some people still hold [the] view that restraints help psychiatric patients feel safe. I’ve never met a psychiatric patient who agreed. – Elyn R. Saks, Ted Talk I realize…

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A grand Adelaide Hills Restoration Project

  http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/south-australia/marble-hill-being-restored-to-its-glory-days/story-fni6uo1m-1227195154104?nk=fbd69c8581914327df46d5deefc29a2d An excellent article written by Tim Lloyd published in SA Weekend, January 24, is the inspiration for this post. I am a proud resident of the lovely Adelaide Hills over a 27 year period, a decade of which was … Continue reading

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