Wacky and Wonderful Library: Dr Seuss and the Job

Wacky and Wonderful Library: Dr Seuss and the Job In my world, everyone’s a pony and they all eat rainbows and poop butterflies!  — Dr Seuss Dr. Seuss wrote books for kids, but Read More …

Wacky and Wonderful Library: A carrot instead of a husband

A short story by Alex Natalian Grandmother was a full-busted, Latin woman with red hair and a scowl that could scare a scarecrow.  She wore pink and orange.  She chuckled Read More …

Wacky and Wonderful Library: Alzheimer’s

Grandma carried him around in her bra, between her breasts, keeping him warm and happy during the day. She had Alzheimer’s and often forgot he was there — “My GOD, who put this little bastard in my bra!” — then she’d eye the critter and grow soft… Read More …

Step past reality to solve a problem

by Kim Rosenthal MD. You have a burning question. There’s something painful in your life, and you stay awake long into the night looking for an answer. It’s urgent, and the emotion is killing you. Read More …

Wacky and Wonderful Library: Everyone Needs A Poem

I don’t believe in getting old.
The elderly carry youth in their eyes,
And at times children watch us with profound antiquity… Read More …

Wacky & Wonderful Library: the case of the manic medical student

My mornings begin with a glimpse of the rising sun. These are special moments, and I greet the day as she first gazes across the deep earth. Read More …

Wacky & Wonderful Library: Replacing drugs with the good stuff

Giving up drugs often creates an enormous hole in people’s lives.  Suddenly there’s something missing, something that took up most of your time, and now you don’t know what to do with yourself.  Sound familiar? If so, this worksheet is for you. Read More …

Wacky and Wonderful Library: Please don’t glamorize drugs

The following is an excerpt from psychiatrist Kim Rosenthal’s Wacky and Wonderful Recovery Workbook (WW).   WW is written for people in recovery, especially those who feel something is missing from Read More …

Random yes/no question: please answer

A bit of bad humor. Best to ignore. Read More …

Wacky and Wonderful Library: Step into my room with a few extra letters

The following is a handout from the Wacky and Wonderful Recovery Workbook. Remember that inner kid, the one who loves life and imagines a brilliant future?  Okay, now imagine that Read More …