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"Nothing" is a book that is really something by Tom D. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health To celebrate the book's "Best of the Year" nomination from FOREWARD magazine, here is a reprint of last year's blog on "Nothing:" Many popular novelists have a formula: ... Read on »
"Nothing" is a book that is really something by Tom D. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Many popular novelists have a formula: For Tom Clancy, it's military intrigue. For John Grisham, it's law and injustice. Elmore Leonard draws on his law enforcement backg ... Read on »
25 Ways to Be More Creative by Tom D. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health In the introduction to my ebook, “How to Be More Creative – A Handbook for Alchemists”, I write the following: Source: Daring to Live Fully Read on »
5 Brilliant Feel Good Videos To Brighten Your Day by Tom D. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Here are five feel good videos that help remind us what a great world we live in. I hope that they Source: Daring to Live Fully Read on »
9/11 and mental health: A link that will live in infamy by Tom D. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Nearly 3,000 people died on Sept. 11, 2001. But the mind was one of the most significant, and lingering casualties. On the seventh anniversary of the attacks, it's impor ... Read on »
9/11 pain still fresh for many by Tom D. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Over and over, they're told to "get over it." But when 3,000 people die in a terrorist attack, how can you? Especially when somebody you know is among the dead. ... Read on »
9/11, kids and why I may be lucky by Tom D. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health The thought seemed so absurd that I was afraid to bring it up. It went like this: I saw the roster of kids playing on my son's 8-year-old baseball tournament team, and ... Read on »
9/11, mental health and infamy by Tom D. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Nearly 3,000 people died on Sept. 11, 2001. But the mind was one of the most significant, and lingering casualties. On the ninth anniversary of the attacks, it's import ... Read on »
A break, coming out of nowhere by Tom D. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health In every family, there's always some guy who comes out of nowhere, who doesn't seem to have any connection to anybody other than blood. It's the guy who lives a mysterio ... Read on »
A call to bloggers to help bring change in the treatment in the postpartum depression by Tom D. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health A note from Postpartum Support International, in partnership with BlogHer and Postpartum Progress: Bloggers across the country are encouraged to write and call their ... Read on »
A crying Britney means a wealthier media by Tom D. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Now Britney Spears has taken her troubles to the street - literally. The pop star was photographed outside her house Monday night, sobbing and talking to the photographer ... Read on »
A hidden agenda behind a veil of independence by Tom D. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Here's something to keep in mind as the 2008 election nears. As much as he says he's independent, Bill O'Reilly really isn't. Only this time, he's using a mental hea ... Read on »
A Legacy of Madness is in the top 20 list of books on suicide by Tom D. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health A Legacy of Madness is in the top 20 list of books on suicide. Given every that is happening with the National Football League , and the recent suicide of NFL star J ... Read on »
A Legacy of Madness is now in the editing phase by Tom D. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Tom Davis's book, " A Legacy of Madness: Recovering My Family From Generations of Mental Illness ," is now in the editing phase. The website can be found here . Also, f ... Read on »
A Legacy of Madness is on best-seller list books that deal with suicide by Tom D. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health A Legacy of Madness has become a resource for those in need, who are desperate, and who think that a book may be a resource. On Friday, the book that serves as ... Read on »
A Legacy of Madness: Recovering My Family From Generations of Mental Illness by Tom D. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Release date for my book, "A Legacy of Madness," is Oct. 3, not Sept. 1. Amazon got it wrong, but Barnes and Noble and everywhere else got it right. First book signi ... Read on »
A little organization goes a long way by Tom D. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health The New Jersey Mental Health Institute, Inc. may seem like it has a limited reach because it's specified as a " New Jersey" group. But the NJMHI does so much more in ... Read on »
A place to go, for Haiti by Tom D. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Luckily, there's CNN, and some semblance of decency in news coverage. Luckily, there was a place to go to get the latest updates on Haiti. Luckily, there wasn't a network ... Read on »
A run I'll never forget by Tom D. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health I was the happiest guy to ever finish seventh place. Fifty yards ahead of me, with about 100 yards to go, was Mike Devlin, the fastest guy on the 1983 Howell Township ... Read on »
A son's lesson by Tom D. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health When I first heard about Tyler Clementi , the Rutgers freshman who's suicide has drawn anger and sorrow, I felt that - as a society - we were going nowhere. But it was ... Read on »