I live with a time bomb. He looks like a regular guy. Maybe a little tightly wound: high and tight haircut, rigid posture, authoritative tone. He Continue Reading
The Acceptance of Not Knowing
Working in mental health isn’t about saving people. It’s about doing the work despite not always knowing the answers. Father’s Day is this Sunday. Continue Reading
Combat Stress Control Units: Who Takes Care of the Caregiver?
Today is day one for my husband at the Home Base Program at Massachusetts General Hospital. After a weekend quarantining in a hotel room in Boston Continue Reading
Nurses on the Frontline of COVID-19: Read This Before You Call Us Heroes
This first appeared in The Havok Journal on April 20, 2020. ______________ I’m beginning to relate to war veterans who squirm uncomfortably when Continue Reading
Are You a Veteran in Crisis or Concerned About One?
Call 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1, text to 838255, or chat online at VeteransCrisisLine.net/Chat The issue of suicide is a complex public health Continue Reading