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    Usually when you see someone with a mental disorder, one thought pops into your head: crazy. That's what I thought too, until I read First Person Plural by Dr. Cameron West. This book is an eye-opening and page-turning memoir about living with dissociative identity disorder (a.k.a. multiple perso...
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    I’ve often heard my cenacle mother quip, “Teens are oddly innocent”. I snorted with laughter at this because teenagers are notorious for being perverse, “No, no”, my mom continued, “they believe they can never be harmed of effected, you seem to have this idea you’re practically immorta...
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    When I first opened Prom and Prejudice, by Elizabeth Eulberg I prepared for the worst; a poorly written, cheesy, and over racy take on Jane Austen’s classic. But, however I was pleasantly surprised. Lizzy is a scholarship student at Longbourn Academy. She is smart, witty, and to her rich clas...

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