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Mental health help: Where to turn - CNN

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Mental health help: Where to turn
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(CNN) -- More than 60 million American adults -- one in every four -- suffer from some form of mental illness, ranging from panic disorders to depression, according to mental health professionals.
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Online Content Curation Master Class with Robin Good: TheNextWeb Academy

Online Content Curation Master Class with Robin Good: TheNextWeb Academy | Curate to Cure: How Curating can be Curative | Scoop.it

 

 


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Robin Good's comment, July 6, 2013 4:18 PM
Thanks a lot Ken, very much appreciated indeed. :-)
Robin Good's comment, July 6, 2013 4:18 PM
Thank you Dennis T., you are too kind.
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Rich source of intelligence on curation

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Like Any Other Illness – Understanding Mental Health Disorders ...

Like Any Other Illness – Understanding Mental Health Disorders ... | Curate to Cure: How Curating can be Curative | Scoop.it
It is reported that two students of UNILAG committed suicide in January. The first, Damilola Durojaiye, a computer science student hanged himself while his.
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The Spirit Science | Energy Healing 101

The Spirit Science | Energy Healing 101 | Curate to Cure: How Curating can be Curative | Scoop.it
In today's Ask Teal Episode, Teal (with the help of fellow energy worker Kierstie Leavitt) Shows the viewers how to perform a basic energy healing session. She explains to the viewers that we are part of a quantum field of ...
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Yoo: Woman who was abused helps others find healing - Statesman Journal

Yoo: Woman who was abused helps others find healing - Statesman Journal | Curate to Cure: How Curating can be Curative | Scoop.it
Yoo: Woman who was abused helps others find healing
Statesman Journal
Forty years ago, Laurie fled from California to Oregon to hide from her first husband, who shot her. That began her long, winding journey of healing.
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Empowering Others to Empower Yourself.

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Are You a Curative Thinker or a Creative Thinker? | via @nickkellet

Are You a Curative Thinker or a Creative Thinker? | via @nickkellet | Curate to Cure: How Curating can be Curative | Scoop.it
What type of person are you? What connections do you make? What kind of people do you surround yourself with? What kind of teams do you form?
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The Radical Humanity of Citizen Professionalism

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By Andrea Morisette Grazzini

Betty GreenCrow has a presence so striking it’s hard to miss.  Balanced measures of wisdom and curiosity, connection and boundary seem to emanate from people like her.  ...

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Paul Lewis: Crowdsourcing the news | Video on TED.com

Paul Lewis: Crowdsourcing the news | Video on TED.com | Curate to Cure: How Curating can be Curative | Scoop.it
TED Talks When every cellphone can record video and take pictures, everyone is a potential news source. Reporter Paul Lewis tells two stories that show us the future of investigative journalism.
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Derek Sivers: How to start a movement | Video on TED.com

Derek Sivers: How to start a movement | Video on TED.com | Curate to Cure: How Curating can be Curative | Scoop.it
TED Talks With help from some surprising footage, Derek Sivers explains how movements really get started.
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Working Models of Self and Other | Mark A. Chidley, Certified Rapid ...

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What's called for is termed a “corrective emotional experience”. And it has to happen in relationship. It's an experience and an emotional exchange, not a concept. We get a different answer than the one we expected, which is ...
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Universality: We The People

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Did you see? Did you hear? today we are all. Millionaires! Did you see? Do you believe? Your color has returned to your. Cheeks Can you smell? Can you taste? Every significant flavor now available for All of us mediocre ...
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Summary: Dna Synthesis – BIOCHEMISTRY

Summary: Dna Synthesis – BIOCHEMISTRY. June 5th | BIOCHEMISTRY. Double-stranded DNA can wrap around itself to form supercoiled structures topological A key property of DNA is its linking number, which is defined as the number of ...
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Find, Collect and Share Your Favorite Quotes with Findings

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Quote junkies will appreciate this one!

 

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Findings allows you to curate collections of quotes on topics of interest to you.

Sue Alexander's curator insight, July 21, 2013 9:47 PM

I love this tool. Not only is it great for curation, the content is rich and easily serchable.

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Key Principles - 15 Minute Meditation

This is a shorter version of Key Principles For Growth.... Another mesmerizing journey that you'll be compelled to take again and again as it too invites you to consider 16 life-changing principles.
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5 Stages Of Healing From A Chronic Health Challenge

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When it comes to chronic health challenges, the healing process is very much like unraveling the layers of an onion. It takes stamina, patience, and a solid strategy.
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Mar. 3: A Healthy Helping of Healing

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Gilbert McClure, a retired Kansas cattle rancher, lists his recently deceased son John's best qualities: integrity, sincerity, honesty. That last one digs deep into his sorrow. You see, John took his own life, and admitting that is ...
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Sharing Your Pain

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10 Ways to Overcome Creativity’s No.1 Crusher

10 Ways to Overcome Creativity’s No.1 Crusher | Curate to Cure: How Curating can be Curative | Scoop.it
“The worst enemy of creativity is self-doubt,” wrote Sylvia Plath in her journal. And she couldn’t have been more accurate.
Self-doubt can persuade us to stop creating or keep us from sending our work out into the world.
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“The worst enemy of creativity is self-doubt,”

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FLATBED SUTRA » Zen: Emptiness, Interdependence, and the True ...

Zen: Emptiness, Interdependence, and the True Nature of Skillful Means.
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Beating the drum for Emmanuel

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©2012 Andrea Morisette Grazzini


One might well wonder if modern-day meanings of things writ wrong in public can ever be undone.  Particularly when Washington meaning-mongers from both sides seem as ...

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A conversation on TED.com: Can we heal self and society by reweaving our tattered nets?

A conversation on TED.com: Can we heal self and society by reweaving our tattered nets? | Curate to Cure: How Curating can be Curative | Scoop.it

Can we heal self and society by reweaving our tattered nets?

We live divided by myriad perceptions and realities.

Intricate tapestries are woven by so many interconnected webs, including those present on the internet and online forums like TED. Still dispirit, dissonant, disorienting forces meanwhile, by intent or accident, unravel the increasingly fleeting connections.

Mary M's plaintive point illustrated the layers of disconnect, in my Q.
http://www.ted.com/conversations/10464/are_grownup_bullies_teaching_k.html

"Religion divides us. Ethnicity divides us. Culture divides us. Politics divides us. Socio-economic backgrounds divides us. Intellect divides us. Gender divides us," Mary said. Then asked:

"What unites us?"

TED presenter Jaime Lubin's answer, which I've edited here, provides clarity:

"To build the community we have to start from ourselves, as individuals," Jaime began.

"Human structures are rigid because the social building is made from persons. When persons wear masks, or act as superficial simulations, so social infrastructures become facades, too." He went on:

"But community is a net, not a static building or institution. A net is fluid and flexible, yielding to change and differences in environment. Yet strong and encompassing and able to hold tremendous diversities and weights, too. A net, in turn, is made from individual strands, separate until woven together. But before and after interconnection, still strong and flexible, each in its own way.

Individual comes from the Latin 'IN DIVIDERE.' It means impossible to divide. Thus when many individuals are put together the effects of flexibility and strength is amplified, maximized. And, this is important: visibly so.

In this net, no superficial facades hide structural immutabilities or the foundational cracks weakened by hidden dependencies.

So here is the Q --

How do we heal and reweave our selfs as individuals both strengthened and also given strength through our interconnection with many others in our cultures and societies.

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Luis von Ahn: Massive-scale online collaboration | Video on TED.com

Luis von Ahn: Massive-scale online collaboration | Video on TED.com | Curate to Cure: How Curating can be Curative | Scoop.it
TED Talks After re-purposing CAPTCHA so each human-typed response helps digitize books, Luis von Ahn wondered how else to use small contributions by many on the Internet for greater good.
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Still I Am One: The Interdependent Web of Life

Still I Am One: The Interdependent Web of Life | Curate to Cure: How Curating can be Curative | Scoop.it
The Interdependent Web of Life. These are the words of Marcus Aurelius, the great Roman philosopher: "All things are interwoven with one another; a sacred bond unites them; there is scarcely one thing that is isolated from ...
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Sociopath World: In-group altruism

I happened upon two articles about the emergence and explanation of altruism within groups. There was this New Yorker article by Jonah Lehrer (sorry, not fully available to non-subcribers), which discussed the origin and ...
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ALCOHOL REPORTS: Altruism in time: social temporal discounting ...

ALCOHOL REPORTS: Altruism in time: social temporal discounting ... | Curate to Cure: How Curating can be Curative | Scoop.it
Altruism in time: social temporal discounting differentiates smokers from problem drinkers. Recent studies on reinforcer valuation in social situations have informed research on mental illness. Social temporal discounting may ...
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