The J Curve
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The J Curve

How to save someone’s life (or just get them into therapy)

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I was involuntarily hospitalized for anxiety and ‘mood weirdness’ eight years ago. I had refused every opportunity to help me up to that point. But once I was trapped in a facility for 2…

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It gets better. First, it gets worse.

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Jake Orlowitz

Jake Orlowitz

Internet citizen. Founder of The Wikipedia Library. Seeker of well people and sane societies. Read my book: welcometothecircle.net

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