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Open Minds Quarterly: Fall 2001


Volume III, Issue III

The Fall 2001 issue included a story about how Electro-Convulsive Therapy finally pacified one woman’s world; a personal account about how the support of family and friends helped one man to acquire the skills that led him to overcome his schizophrenia; an opinion essay on battling the stigma of mental illness; a fictitious tale of one man’s experience with mental illness and the health care system; a review of Barbara Everett’s post-modernist perspective on the Ontario psychiatric movement, “A Fragile Revolution”; and a poem about the oddity of beauty queens who seemingly promote world peace and yet their messages and inner struggles are often quite far from peaceful.

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Fall 2001 Contents

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