A Dark Tales Law Project

In the U.S., we are a country governed by the rule of law. The same is true of many nations around the rule. Law creates the infrastructure of our civilized world, an ordered, logical way to resolve conflict. We are also a world where a quarter of the population will, at some point in their […]

Reminder: DYI Doctoring Is A Big No-No

On my weekly Medication Monday posts, I often use WebMD as a resource. And as background research, WebMD and other reliable resources found through Google are great. They give you basic information that will allow you to be more knowledgable when you talk with medical professionals. Because I know, talking to doctor’s can be confusing. […]

Medication Monday: Chloroquine

Well, since Coronavirus is what is on everyone’s mind, I figured that instead of my regular discussion of mental health medication, I would use this week’s Medication Monday to talk about a medication that has been discussed in connection with the Coronavirus outbreak. And that medication is Chloroquine. The reason it is being discussed is […]

Mental Health Solutions in the Era of Social Distancing

The world has changed dramatically over the past several weeks. And it may be several months before things return to normal. So, what does that mean for access to mental health treatment, which already had certain hurdles? In some cases, the Coronavirus might be tearing down those walls. First, if you see a therapist in […]

Sometimes A Cough is Just A Cough

Coronavirus. Apparently, my last post didn’t put the issue to rest, and people are still talking about it. And as hard as that is to believe, I figured it was worth a second post over something I’ve noticed happening, sometimes in jest, sometimes in seriousness. And that is people stopping and holding their breath when […]