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30 People Who Will Make You Feel Like A Certified Genius

30 People Who Will Make You Feel Like A Certified Genius | Nursing the Caregiver | Scoop.it
Figure it out people

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Bonnie Burns's curator insight, August 22, 2014 11:24 AM

Life can be hard, but these people just don't even get the easy parts right

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Compression-only CPR improves survival with good brain function | American Heart Association

Compression-only CPR improves survival with good brain function | American Heart Association | Nursing the Caregiver | Scoop.it
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CPR Training Should Focus on High-Risk Neighborhoods: Experts: MedlinePlus

CPR Training Should Focus on High-Risk Neighborhoods: Experts: MedlinePlus | Nursing the Caregiver | Scoop.it
CPR Training Should Focus on High-Risk Neighborhoods: Experts
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The Wake Up Festival Experience: What the Presenters are Saying (4:23) | Wake Up Festival 2013

The Wake Up Festival Experience: What the Presenters are Saying (4:23) | Wake Up Festival 2013 | Nursing the Caregiver | Scoop.it

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Robin Williams’s Comedic Genius Was Not a Result of Mental Illness, but His Suicide Was

Robin Williams’s Comedic Genius Was Not a Result of Mental Illness, but His Suicide Was | Nursing the Caregiver | Scoop.it
This romanticism of mental illness needs to stop.

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Douglas Eby's curator insight, August 14, 2014 4:33 PM

James Thurman Webb, PhD commented in a Facebook post about Robin Williams: "I have no doubt that he was a highly gifted man who struggled with existential depression. His intensity, sensitivity, and search for life meaning, characteristic of so many gifted people, permeated his life."

Intensity was an almost defining quality of Williams (and many gifted artists and other people). Polish Psychiatrist and Psychologist Kazimierz Dabrowski defined this intensity as overexcitability: an abundance of physical, sensual, creative, intellectual and emotional energy. As Dr. Webb and others have pointed out, intensity and other characteristics of giftedness may be misinterpreted as pathology.

One of my articles: What do you do with your intensity? [which links to a number of related articles] http://talentdevelop.com/2475/what-do-you-do-with-your-intensity/

Kelly Christopherson's curator insight, August 16, 2014 2:30 PM

For those who suffer with mental illness, there is nothing "romantic" about it or how it affects their lives and the lives of those around them. Mental illness is as debilitating and harmful as any other illness, maybe more so because people "appear normal". Yes, Williams was a comedic genius. Tragically, mental illness led to his death. There is nothing romantic about the loss of human life. 

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Health Apps for Mobile Devices | Nursing License Map

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Many owners of smartphones and tablets are turning to health care apps to count calories and log exercise and find treatment suggestions for medical conditions.
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Marathon nurse tells of gore beyond anything she'd seen

Marathon nurse tells of gore beyond anything she'd seen | Nursing the Caregiver | Scoop.it
Alix Coletta graduated from nursing school less than a year ago. She had never seen the horrible sights she was about to see when the bombs went off at the Boston Marathon on Monday.
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