People who equate truth with fact are missing the point.

Issy and Kelli Stapleton: Murder, Suicide, and Family

I have been deeply disturbed for weeks. I keep trying to write this blog post and backing away from it, over and over. I have decided not to publish it, and alternately been compelled to publish it. Ultimately, this is my truth. This is what my family survived, and if it was the . . . → Read More: Issy and Kelli Stapleton: Murder, Suicide, and Family

The NM Mental Health Care Audit: Out of the Frying Pan

The state of NM has yanked Medicaid and Medicare funding from fifteen agencies that provide mental health care services all across New Mexico. This represents 30,000 patients, many of them children, some of them the very sickest of the population of people with psychiatric illness.

I don’t use the word “yanked” accidentally or lightly. . . . → Read More: The NM Mental Health Care Audit: Out of the Frying Pan

This Is How We Dare

We dare because it is always OK to ask for what we need. Always. . . . → Read More: This Is How We Dare

Dear People Who Do Not Have a Child With Disabilities…

I have yet to meet a parent of a child with disabilities who hasn’t heard a whole lot of nonsense from people who never intended to speak nonsense. . . . → Read More: Dear People Who Do Not Have a Child With Disabilities…

BlogHer Surprise, or How I Misunderstood Almost Everything

Queen Latifah at BlogHer VOTY

BlogHer 2013, one of the most eventful weekends of my life, presented in 1600 words and 10 pictures. “Just the facts, ma’am,” as the saying is. . . . → Read More: BlogHer Surprise, or How I Misunderstood Almost Everything

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