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9 Investigates: Mental Health Care In Oklahoma

September 21, 2016

OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s estimated 22 percent of Oklahomans suffer with some form of mental illness. Barely a third them get any sort of treatment for their illness, and that includes people with health insurance. Under federal and state parity laws, mental health care should be covered by insurance, but 9 Investigates has learned that more »

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Meditation Exercise 3: Passing Judgment / Juzgar

September 4, 2015

Passing Judgment: One Bean at the Time In therapy I develop awareness, the state of mind in which I radically accept the present moment, without judging or qualifying or placing any value on it. To surrender to the present implies no thoughts on the future or our possible legacy. It also means to abandon the more »

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My Life With Sadness

by Amy Kay One of the symptoms of schizophrenia is being unable to experience pleasure in life.  Some people do not know this about me but I have been living with sadness most of my life.  Not long ago I read about someone having selective amnesia.  I felt something inside of me click.  I realized more »

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All things bright and beautiful!

Featured Article By Augusta Cox, Outreach Specialist NAMI Oklahoma “All things bright and beautiful, all creatures great and small.  All things wise and wonderful, the lord God made them all.”  One of my favorite hymns from the Episcopal hymnal that I sung from 6 days a week as a child.  It was even played at more »

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