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got an email from senior scholar talking about the ancient PTSD debate and said he was on Team Rees- I seem to have become a brand, not sure what that means and where my 'Team' stands in the debate. Either way, I like it, come join the 'Team'! #twitterstorians #Classics #GoTeamWellcome Collection@ExploreWellcome
the pitfalls of retrospective and historic diagnoses! @hagenilda is at it again, great stuff. Martin Luther, John Bunyan, Charles Darwin, all the big guns are on show it seems!
It can be comforting to know that your suffering has a history. But as Dr Joanne Edge reveals, diagnosing mental disorders in the past, using the frame of the present, can be a tricky and potentially unethical enterprise. https://t.co/fHWTXutGUr
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Well it has been a busy week and a bit, hasn’t it? So we have had a bank holiday weekend in which we took M.D. to see her old Granddad in the West Country, she was also taken by her … Continue reading
It has been a strange week or so. M.D. is being a right moody mare (she is teething after all) but has also started walking – which is both brilliant and time consuming. So, I am still making bread at … Continue reading
Right, M.D. is still out of sorts recently so I have picked a bread that I think she will really like. She loves to eat fruit, she has been known to eat whole bowls of grapes under the noses of … Continue reading
All is not well in the Rees family house. M.D. is out of sorts, possibly ill but with no real signs other than being distressed. My wife has taken the day off to be with her, leaving me with the … Continue reading
Up early this morning to try and get a head start on my day. M.D. is with her Grandma today so, if I time this right I can have a whole day doing research – but not until the bread … Continue reading