Sunday, March 29, 2020

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Are your pets sick of you yet?

Quarantine quandary: Are your pets sick of you yet?

During this time of prolonged quarantine that many of us are facing, an important question to ask is: Are your pets sick of you...
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The story of Joe Exotic: Trauma and tragedy in Tiger King

Within the first 30 seconds of Tiger King, the word "crazy" is used three times. And that's perhaps the most obvious thing to say...

During the COVID-19 crisis, consider your mental health

When I began my counseling career, in 2005, our country was still recovering from the collective trauma of 9/11 and coping with the war...
COVID-19 coverage

COVID-19 coverage: So many storylines worth following

The COVID-19 pandemic's overwhelming nature can be seen in its barrage of media coverage, which can seem impossible to consume. International, national and local...
rear window

Quarantine: A rear window into our worried minds

Are we all quarantined yet? No, I guess not in Oklahoma, but some are locking down in isolation. You know there's got to be...
social distance

From wipes to swipes, social (distance) life impacted

With the spread of COVID-19 and the subsequent cancelling of just about every event for the next two months, I was thinking it would...
COVID-19 pandemic

Letter: Amid COVID-19 pandemic, Oklahomans alarmed by airport experience

To the editors: My husband and I flew home last Saturday, March 7, from an eight-week stay in Italy, one of the countries where the...
Trauma Summit

Oklahoma Trauma Summit provides hope, but teachers need funding

On Feb. 17, nearly 10,000 Oklahoma educators gathered in the Cox Convention Center to hear Dr. Bruce Perry’s keynote address at the Oklahoma State...
New Yorker

New Yorker homage: Birds of a feather draw together

With Andrea DenHoed joining the NonDoc staff, I thought I'd have a little fun with the comic this week since she previously worked at...
NonDoc managing editor

Moving back, moving forward: Why I came to NonDoc

My connection to Oklahoma began in 2004, when I came here for college. I grew up in Colorado and had been lured to OU...

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