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Open Minds Quarterly: Winter 2004


Volume V, Issue IV

The Winter 2004 issue covered a story about facing the hurdles of mental illness and working towards one’s recovery; a road trip down the highway of illness that ends in healing; a short story on one’s faith which is challenged and then eventually vindicated; a book review on Earl A. Grollman And Max Malikow’s book “Living When a Young Friend Commits Suicide: or Even Starts Talking About It”; and a poem on the angst, worries, heightened perceptions and sinking feelings when one has an anxiety disorder.


Winter 2004 Contents

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