This account represents some of my thinking on rhetoric and the ways taht mental disability affects the lives of students and faculry in academic …
I wrote about my lived experience with schizophrenia, neuroethics, and the importance of first-person accounts of illness in research and practice in: “The Missing …
In which I comment on feminist bioethics, relational autonomy, medical undiagnosed symptoms, and diagnostic uncertainty in The American Journal of Bioethics.
Stop casually throwing around words like “crazy” and “insane” to describe his actions. Stop throwing mentally ill people under the bus.
A short reflection on a daily struggle with depression and thoughts of suicide.
Will I ever be the same again?
My academic interest in mental illness is informed by my own struggles with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
Robert Whitaker wants to know why the number of disabled mentally ill has tripled over the last two decades in the United States.