A Cautionary Tale of Addiction

I bet you or someone you know bought a meme stock or meme coin in the past year. It was all the rage and probably induced some feelings of FOMO (fear of missing out). Even if you weren’t involved, you probably saw a headline on the news or even browsed r/wallstreetbets to see what was … Read more

Don’t Equate Mass Shootings With Mental Illness

Here we go, again, and again, and again. There just aren’t enough tears, and before the bodies of 19 small children are identified, the political noise starts up. Mass shootings are a part of the American landscape, but when they happen at schools, we all feel a distinct sense of violation and gaping grief. Those … Read more