All Posts By Jenny Heitz Schulte

Even With Mental Health Services, Sometimes Suicide Prevention is Impossible

Suicide Prevention Day was September 10. That day, my Facebook feed was emblazoned with posts about mental health, about suicide hotlines,...

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Chasing False Hope and the Miracle Cures for Cancer

Poster’s preface: This is my story, told through my eyes, to the best of my recollection. It’s purely anecdotal in nature; I have no...

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Confessions of a Messy Lady: Marie Kondo’s Wise Words of Wisdom for Future Anal Retentives

First off, I’m not a slob. Not exactly. I’m just someone who probably has too much stuff, and a bit too much space in which to store it...

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Summer Shaming: Why the Term “Bikini Season” Will Always Piss Me Off

It usually starts right before January 1st of every year and continues, unabated, until around June. You know what I’m talking about: the...

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