One has oodles and oodles of time when living at a homeless shelter; this blessing in disguise can be utilized to complete long-term projects like making amateur drawings and paintings of arbitrary historical figures. Having already made an attempt to draw Abe with charcoal, I set myself to the mind-numbing task of creating and cutting … Continue reading CBTN Host John Ward Insults Abe Lincoln (Again) By Painting Him
There is plenty of literature on depression. It ranges from tween tweets to casual blog posts to self-liberated mothers-turned-mentors; academic articles and drug trials to biopic conspiracies about the “27 club”; accidentally post-modern postmodernist tomes like Infinite Jest to the drug-infused sojourns of truth-seeking psychonauts; spins on each and every theorized root cause from body-image-induced … Continue reading The Uniquely “Mental Illness” Problem Of Not Being Able To Be Happy (Because Happiness Is Evil)
CBTN host and CPS John Ward quotes from an excellent Maria Angell article on the corruption of the drug industry, the doctors who propagate this nonsense, and some thoughts on why mental "illness" is the mother of the mother-of-all misnomers.
John wisely utilizes his time in a homeless shelter to draw Abe Lincoln, but makes up for it by taking the time to post it too.
How to use the CBTN proprietary P.I.M.P. method to get yourself out of manic, depressive, and mixed episodes.
A look into the efficacy of drugs - legal and otherwise, short or long term - in dealing with mental health diagnoses.
I have had the pleasure of residing in a homeless shelter for the past week or so - and though there's some irony in that statement, I wish also (primacy of respectful humulity!) to emphasize an equal amount of graciousness. With that as the preexisting stage of the drama of this post, I'll move on … Continue reading How To Break Your Own Head, And Why It’s So Much Fun
A brief and amusing article about the efficacy of dogs as nonjudgmental therapists with a little bit of academic information and links to relevant studies.
CBTN host John Ward, CPS describes his and host Randi Fellows, CPS identical concurrent inpatient stays in December 2016 and how mood cycles might relate (as an analog) to the menstrual cycle, or human behavior cycles in general.
CBTN host John Ward, CPS shares an embarrassing "research paper" THE ANTHROPIC MODEL he wrote and sent to a number of university professors' private emails 2012.