Nikita-Kiran Singh leads a conversation about our hearts — as both a medical and metaphorical concept — and how they can be harnessed as sources of information while guiding us to use empathetic and narrative approaches to connecting with others.
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BY SARAH PITTOELLO
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BY CURT OSMUNDSEN
@ VOL 29
ON MAY 22, 2016
Curt Osmundsen has a lot on his mind and that 'lot' comes up most pressing when he combs hair. So, what do you think about when you comb your hair? Your upcoming day? A movie from last night? Whether or not giraffes do have vocal chords? Curt's thoughts are quite a bit heavier than all of that and his story will have you questioning your hair-combing routine henceforth.
Madness in Our Community: A Perspective on Mental Health Issues
BY JOE HARTSOE
@ VOL 7
ON JUN 07, 2016
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BY QUINN OHLER
@ VOL 25
ON JUN 09, 2016
"It's no surprise that there's a stigma around mental illness. Things are starting to change, but they need to change quicker."
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Re-Positioning Mental Health
BY MARK KORTHUIS
@ VOL 28
ON JUN 01, 2017
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BY JIM J DOYLE
@ VOL 13
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