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Category Archives: Mental Health
Bipolar Disorder/Mental Health/Slice Of Life By – Sheri de Grom Goodwill toward men—my first thought on Christmas morning. No, Sheri. You will not feel sorry for yourself. This is your life and welcome to it. You made the decision to … Continue reading
Medicare/Physical Therapy/Medical 2016 By – Sheri de Grom The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services passed a law that’s good for the patient and not the establishment. The settlement agreement means that there have been changes to the manual that … Continue reading
Stigma/Mental Health/Medical 2016 By – Sheri de Grom Notes From My Journal – Conway, AR Dec – 2015 I remember well that first mental health hospital admission of Tom’s on December 7, 1987. We didn’t know we had other options … Continue reading
Mental Health/Suicide/Caregiver By – Sheri de Grom How could dying be more tempting than living? How could such a desperate act seem like a reasonable solution to one’s problems? How was I to know that I would be faced with … Continue reading
Mental Health/Caregiver/Medical Care 2015 by – Sheri de Grom Imagine my surprise when I read in the March/April 2015 issue of Psychology Network that psychotherapy was in a decline or even in a freefall. According to a study published in … Continue reading
Mental Health/Discrimination/Diagnostic Overshadowing/Mortality/Medical Care 2015 by: Sheri de Grom Why do I continue to question the ongoing discrimination of medical professionals toward individuals with a mental health diagnosis? I see the defeat in Tom’s eyes when he tells me, “There’s … Continue reading
Mental Health/Bipolar Disorder/Journal Notes by: Sheri de Grom NOTES FROM MY JOURNAL – MONTEREY, CA CHRISTMAS EVE – 1991 I departed Tom’s hospital room at 10:30 p.m. after his last medication dose for the day. I kissed him goodnight as … Continue reading