Monthly Archives: January 2008

The tsunami and the raindrop

A few weeks ago, I wrote about a traffic jam where I argued that little gestures can have big impacts when cumulative effects are taken into account. This week, I wrote a column on a similar theme.I first got the idea after speaking to a fairly young client who was frustrated by the fact that [...]

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Schizophrenia and the public’s perception

There were some news reports last week in the French-language media of Quebec that discussed the dangerosity of those suffering from Schizophrenia. It was specifically referring to the killing of a couple by their mentally ill son. One cannot deny that there are tragic events related to schizophrenia such as this one. However, they remain [...]

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