Atlanta-style: grains and shrimp

Clarity: It Took A Short Visit To Atlanta

I believe southern Black people are friendlier than those up North. In the North, there is always that awkward moment of hesitation on seeing another…

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Antisocial Personality Disorder

Mind Over Monster: An Overview of the Antisocial Mind and the Antisocial Brain

A unique lens to view people with anti-social personality disorders (ASPD). A reblogged post that peeks into the mind and brain of ASPD.

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The Brain and Trauma

Personal Story of Head Injury: A Story Without A Title

Lately, I question everything I do because I forget. You see, in 2012, I suffered severe head trauma that doctors missed. Since then, I had…

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My Medical Journal No 7 : Still Waiting…

My Medical Journal No 7 My right foot drop is no better.   I am developing atrophy of those denervated muscles. As the muscle atrophy,…

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The Fittest Survive To The End

The Fittest Survive To The End! By Roald Michel There was this tiny, beautiful, and lovely cancer cell. Having passed the early stages of childhood,…

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A Story From The Balcony: Group Dynamics

A Story From the Balcony: Group Dynamics | Part 3 The Ideal Based on the Drexler/Sibbet Model, we went from stage one—orientation—to completing the task…

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The tree of knowledge of Good and Evil

Trusting me to do the good thing by Roald Michel Remember me saving that baby iguana? Here’s another story from my encounters with animals. This one…

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A Story From The Balcony: The Disconnect

A Story From The Balcony: The Disconnect The Team The stage was set perfectly for controversy. We were given an impossible challenge where our competitive…

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A Story From The Balcony

A Story From The Balcony Introduction Leadership! My actions left me questioning my ability. The rationale behind those actions was similar to those of the…

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Pull up your own Bootstraps!!!

“Why can’t  they pull  up  their own bootstraps? I did it, why can’t they?   They skirt accountability and  their ‘ghetto behavior’  doesn’t help!” Many are convinced this is the…

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The Forgotten Black Experience, not Trending…What is it?

Have you ever been part of a conversation, physically, but not socially? Everyone makes eye contact with each other except you. They are all planning…

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CDS: an Outsider Illness

CDS: an Outsider Illness Each year, millions die from complications of Chronic Discrimination Syndrome (CDS), many of which are preventable and treatable. Well over 90%…

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