Psychiatrists and social workers had already decided before I was born that I was going to be a mental patient. Continue reading “The Other Half”
The Mother Issue
The Mother Issue is a fore work collection, memories of my mother from when I was a kid.
Ice Dancing, That’d be my Sport
Mommy’s Dearests Continue reading “Celeste Castro”
Sandra de Helen Continue reading “Sandra de Helen”
I’m spiraling and my mother made me
See a strange woman with a spiteful stare
And I used big words like
Trick-o-till-o-mania and she laughs…
She thinks I make things up.
I think she isn’t worth the frame holding the degree on her wall. Continue reading “BRIGID HANNON”
Sell a bit
If You are reading this it is because I have
and for that
I am not sorry Continue reading “N/A OPARAH”
Riddle: “What is full of emptiness?”
RE: Roadblocks to Justice?
Leaked! Continue reading “Lemmy Renee”
There is a difference between a ‘fabricative realist’ (one who invents a reality for the purpose of manipulating or holding control over another) and a ‘deluded realist’ (one who believes in the reality that a person with more power convinces them to believe).
Neither fabricative realism nor deluded realism is realist realism: it is a situational realism that forms between two parties in a relationship that is built on a significant power differential, a power differential primarily based on access to information.
A perfect example of this might be found in the traditional therapist-client relationship. Continue reading “The Therapist and The Two Realities of Power”
A Ten-Minute Play
By Carolyn Gage Continue reading “Carolyn Gage”