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Open Minds Quarterly: Spring 2000


Volume II, Issue I

The Spring 2000 issue covered a story on how mental illness can break apart one’s marriage, family, and home; a synopsis of living on the streets as a Sheltered Pan; a woman’s recount of her experience with electroconvulsive therapy; one man’s expression of why he writes poetry; a book review of Sylvia Plath’s “The Bell Jar”; a poem on what it feels to be “blue”; and a fictional story about Margie’s twin, Mia, who has schizophrenia and becomes pregnant. 

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