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ALONE

November 17, 2020

In Gilman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper,” The author uses the narrator to explain her relationship between the narrator and the house, representing how the narrator’s mental health gets worse while the relationship between her husband and her gets worse. It shows … Continued

Halloween Week

November 2, 2020

Annie Henegar Full Moon, Blackouts, and Spooky Weather. Halloween week. This past week was by far one of the spookiest weeks I have experienced in my life. The week started off with crazy rain and winds. It caused a blackout … Continued

Opioids and Mental Health Why Are They Connected?

September 14, 2020

People who suffer from mental disorders are also very closely connected with opioid use.  “The opioid use population is over half Americans who have mental disorders” (Davis 2017). The scholarly article states that people with mental disorders are more likely … Continued