Open Minds Quarterly: Summer 2009


Volume IX, Issue II

The Summer 2009 issue included a story that outlines the ups and downs of Jan Lutz’s depression and tells how she found solace in her faith; after stripping during rush hour traffic, Bruce Ario contemplates in his essay the effectiveness of facial-hair as a disguise;  a memoriam of one man’s good friend and consumer/survivor advocate; a review of Abram Hoffer’s book “Psychiatry: Yesterday (1950) and Today (2007)”; and a poem about acknowledging the gifts and positive aspects in our lives, despite our depression and/or mental illness.

Summer 2009 Contents

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