NPR Choice pageW hile sorting book donations to our theological library at the Community of St. I read a lot of strategic leadership books in my MBA days, so I wanted to see what the pop psychologists are saying. Nassir Ghaemi would have us reevaluate what he considers our provincial thinking about mental illness and health. His motivation for suggesting this is to avoid the stigmatization of the mentally ill, just as we should with terms of racism, sexism, tribalism, etc. The question arises, though: Is that a valid comparison?
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Terry is the President of The John A. So checking the torrent of my tears, I arose; interpreting it to be no other than a command from God to open the book. It's important to get out of this all-or-nothing thinking. Elyn Saks.
In the decades since the Second World War, Winston Churchill has remained one of the most admired leaders in modern history. He loudly and passionately warned the world about Hitler's Germany long before the Fuehrer aroused other leaders' suspicions.
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Outrageous on so many levels, even after Forbes provided its methodology. Individually and collectively, these women are pioneers who are improving our understanding, prevention, and treatment of mental illness. This list includes individuals with lived experience of mental illness, advocates, non-profit leaders, writers, artists, scientists, academics, and clinicians. It is made up of women whom I know or have interacted with, as well as some whom my colleagues suggested. It is in alphabetical order, rather than ranked. It is not meant to be a comprehensive list, and of course many men are doing fabulous and innovative work in the field.
Kathy is a filmmaker who works to reduce stigma and raise awareness about mental illness. Besides Chamberlain, sometimes being a little crazy can be good when it comes to leadership. Manic people, other examples I suggest in the book are George W, can make much better decisions than mentally healthy people who often make very poor decisions? As the book states.
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