Raymond drives around a long line of cars stopped along the highway under a greyed sky. His lungs ice over as he surveys each vehicle, taking in the details of each driver gripping their steering wheels or staring down into their laps. Occupied tents and camp chairs litter the footpath. People stare at him as … Continue reading It’s all a s#$%-show
Acknowledge the death of a stranger's loved one with an object of condolences. Offering them spoken words is a repetitious event. If you have no financial means for a sympathy gift, your condolences should be time, to listen or support, to advise and acknowledge struggle that is not your own. It matters not who died. … Continue reading Being a decent person, #1
Like healthcare, it is generally divided by sex and gender: different services are needed for different issues. However, for a long time, this wasn't the case with mental health -- and having this problem treated with a "one size fits all" strategy is not an effective solution.
The story of my brutally sarcastic cover letter, the internship I got from it, and PAUL.