Travel Thursday: This 590-Mile Road Trip Will Take You To The Best Mountain Towns In Idaho.

Idaho is home to some of the country’s most breathtaking and majestic mountain ranges. These mountains are not only fabulous places to explore in Idaho, but they are also home to some of the most beautiful mountain towns. If you want to visit some of these incredible places, hop in your car and go onContinue reading “Travel Thursday: This 590-Mile Road Trip Will Take You To The Best Mountain Towns In Idaho.”

Trump’s problems going ‘from bad to worse’ with Judge Cannon’s ‘circus’ about to be shut down: legal expert

According to a report from legal analyst Mitchell Epner, Donald Trump’s legal problems are expected to take a turn for the worse this week as the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals is poised to shut down the “circus” created by Judge Aileen Cannon’s decision to assign a special master in the stolen Mar-a-Lago government documents investigation. Writing for the Daily Beast,Continue reading “Trump’s problems going ‘from bad to worse’ with Judge Cannon’s ‘circus’ about to be shut down: legal expert”

Mental Health Stigmas

Courtesy of the Nami Site Borderline Personality Disorder Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is a condition characterized by difficulties regulating emotion. This means that people who experience BPD feel emotions intensely and for extended periods of time, and it is harder for them to return to a stable baseline after an emotionally triggering event. This difficulty can leadContinue reading “Mental Health Stigmas”

Mental Health Mondays: Socratic Method Could Radically Improve Your Mental Well-Being.

by Jon Hawkins This is what happens when you start to ask questions. The Socratic method is predicated on asking questions. It takes our assumptions and enters them into a dialogue. It involves critically asking about those presuppositions, to discover whether they are in fact true. It asks questions like: According to Socrates, this methodContinue reading “Mental Health Mondays: Socratic Method Could Radically Improve Your Mental Well-Being.”

True Crime Sundays: Idaho murders: Key details we know and what we don’t in investigation of student killings

By Misty Severi I t has been two weeks since four college students were killed in an off-campus house in Moscow, Idaho , yet no suspect has been identified, leaving law enforcement puzzled over the murders. Police suspect that the attack, which occurred Nov. 13, was targeted based on evidence discovered at the crime scene, although it is unclear which of theContinue reading “True Crime Sundays: Idaho murders: Key details we know and what we don’t in investigation of student killings”

What DNA Found at Idaho Murder Scene Could Reveal About Killer

BY MATTHEW IMPELLI  Amid the mystery surrounding the murder of four University of Idaho students last week, Newsweek recently spoke with some forensic DNA experts to discuss clues that could be found to help police identify a possible suspect. On November 13, officers with the Moscow Police Department in Idaho responded to a residence near the university’s campus and discovered that fourContinue reading “What DNA Found at Idaho Murder Scene Could Reveal About Killer”

Opioid Crisis: Mother Accused of Using Children to ‘Mule’ Fatal Fentanyl

An Albuquerque mother who allegedly concealed a deadly dose of fentanyl inside her children’s luggage has been charged with a federal drug crime, announced U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Texas Chad E. Meacham. Magdalena Silva Banuelos, 46, was indicted on distribution of a controlled substance resulting in death. According to court documents, sheContinue reading “Opioid Crisis: Mother Accused of Using Children to ‘Mule’ Fatal Fentanyl”

Travel Thursday:

There’s A Little-Known, Fascinating Train Park In Idaho And You’ll Want To Visit As you drive into the small town of Lewiston in northern Idaho, there is one thing that will immediately catch your eye: Locomotive Park. This little-known park is a fascinating place to visit for train enthusiasts, history buffs, and individuals of allContinue reading “Travel Thursday:”

Book Review Tuesday: Forever, Interrupted

Forever, Interrupted by Taylor Jenkins Reid My rating: 4 of 5 stars This came up as a suggestion for me based on other bodies of work from the author that I have read. I understand that this is her first book, and I have to say that she is impressive right out of the gate.Continue reading “Book Review Tuesday: Forever, Interrupted”

Mental Health Mondays: What Relationships Look Like With Untreated BPD

by Zachary Phillips I am currently being treated for Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). Thankfully the treatment is working; my general functionality, mood, and relationships are all improving. I have now learnt how to manage, maintain and grow positive relationships, as well as how to appropriately handle the symptoms of BPD when they arise. This certainly wasn’tContinue reading “Mental Health Mondays: What Relationships Look Like With Untreated BPD”