Shortly thereafter, late one Friday night, I stumbled across The Patty Duke Show on Nick at Nite. Sure enough, it was the
There was a pattern developing. I began to realize that any obsession took over for a few weeks, clogged my brain like red-horn-blaring cement, took away freedom of mind, and then dissipated, like when a fever breaks.
The good news: Sepsis awareness is rising in the U.S. The bad news: There's no way to know if it's going to help.
My wife, Laurie Hart, and I literally feel bereaved by this most recent attack. It hits at the core of all we have been fighting
9. A historian has claimed her research shows that the Associated Press actively collaborated with whom? a. The Soviet Union
Since we were raised concurrently with the birth of network television, anyone who appeared to us on those screens during our toddler and on years feel to this day like incredibly close participatory friends and relatives.
The cute wardrobe. The honey-colored flip. The way-out slang. The cool parents. The goofy-but-adorable boyfriend. Even as
Anna Pearce (aka Patty Duke) was a warrior and a champion for the fight against mental illness. To know that Anna is no longer on this planet is horrifying on so many levels, but it is the reality that we were all forced to sadly accept yesterday when at 69, she passed away due to sepsis from a ruptured intestine.
She was speaking out about mental illness long before most public figures.
Her obituary may one day save your life.