Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

Depression At The Dinner Table

A Turd in the PunchBowl

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Why Are Meals So Hard?

Sitting face to face with family and friends is one of the most public and sustained windows into the degree of our disintegration. Food, to many, is noxious, and dragged around the plate to stimulate consumption.




We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Martha Manning, Ph.D.

Martha Manning, Ph.D.

Dr. Martha Manning is a writer and clinical psychologist, author of Undercurrents and Chasing Grace. Depression sufferer. Mother. Growing older under protest.

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