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humansofnewyork:

"I’m a therapist and a social worker. I specialize in trauma-informed care."  “What frustrates you most about your work?”  “Probably the stigma that society attaches to mental illness. Neurobiological diseases are often viewed as a step below physiological diseases, like diabetes. The stigma can be very harmful to patients.”

humansofnewyork:

"I’m a therapist and a social worker. I specialize in trauma-informed care."
“What frustrates you most about your work?”
“Probably the stigma that society attaches to mental illness. Neurobiological diseases are often viewed as a step below physiological diseases, like diabetes. The stigma can be very harmful to patients.”

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fuckyeahbrutalism:

Apartment Building, Ramat Gan, Israel, 1960-65
(Alfred Neumann, Zvi Hecker and Eldar Sharon)

fuckyeahbrutalism:

Apartment Building, Ramat Gan, Israel, 1960-65

(Alfred Neumann, Zvi Hecker and Eldar Sharon)

MrPositron

MrPositron

vanillamusic:

For What It’s Worth - Available Now
I have just finished a new collection of instrumentals entitled ‘For What It’s Worth’, which are available to download now over on my Bandcamp page. There are also two new tracks from this collection, ‘This Time’ and ‘Rashida’, up on SoundCloud.
‘For What It’s Worth’ is a collection of 20 outtakes and loose instrumentals made over the past year that I felt could use a home. There’s a slightly jazzier vibe here than my other stuff but overall there’s no real unifying theme. I am working hard on the proper follow up to Soft Focus as well as some other major projects so hopefully 2013 should be an eventful year…

vanillamusic:

For What It’s Worth - Available Now

I have just finished a new collection of instrumentals entitled ‘For What It’s Worth’, which are available to download now over on my Bandcamp page. There are also two new tracks from this collection, ‘This Time’ and ‘Rashida’, up on SoundCloud.

‘For What It’s Worth’ is a collection of 20 outtakes and loose instrumentals made over the past year that I felt could use a home. There’s a slightly jazzier vibe here than my other stuff but overall there’s no real unifying theme. I am working hard on the proper follow up to Soft Focus as well as some other major projects so hopefully 2013 should be an eventful year…