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One of the highlights of my childhood were the biennial trips we took to my grandfather’s farm in Quebec. We stayed in a cabin by the lake that only saw inhabitants a few times each year, and smelled like mildew and spiders. Every day we would walk a mile up

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Schizophrenia is the subject of ever-developing theories and treatments; many say it’s a disease of the mind, while others say that our society is not set up in a way to understand it, or allow for its participation in our culture as a gift rather than a disease. It’s fascinating

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