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Open Minds Quarterly: Summer 2002


Volume IV, Issue II

The Summer 2002 issue covered a story about a 67-year old man who was able to live life to the fullest after he overcame his depression; a personal essay by a successful dancer who used to suffer in silence; a story about how a friends unconditional love and support helped in her recovery; a book review of David Horrobin’s unique view of schizophrenia is his book “The madness of Adam and Eve: How Schizophrenia Shaped Humanity; and a poem that explores how the sound of rain on the roof allows a person’s mind to wander and think about the good days in the future to come.

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Summer 2002 Contents

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