I know things and you're wrong.
Every time I find a certain other teacher's bathroom passes (Id holder on an actual lanyard), I throw them in the garbage, because I hate her.
I'm sorry if I'm difficult. My father left me when I was a toddler and I pretty much raised myself because my parents were young and drunk. So I'm sorry that everyone else who's ever left me will bare the brunt of that anger. And lots of people, who I've loved dearly and would have... Continue Reading →
But he points out that irritability — a reduced control over one's temper that results in angry outbursts — is listed as a core symptom of depression for children and adolescents. It has never made sense to him that it's not included for adults. "Why would someone who happens to be irritable and angry when... Continue Reading →