“As the cageness of the birdcage is a macroscopic phenomenon, the oppressiveness of
the situations in which [we] live our various and different lives is a macroscopic
phenomenon. Neither can be seen from a microscopic perspective. But when you look
macroscopically you can  see it – a  network of  forces  and barriers which  are
systematically related and which conspire to  the immobilization, reduction and
molding of [us] and the lives we live.”

Marilyn Frye, The Politics of Reality

Marriage & Family Advocacy/Domestic Abuse
ADHD, Sleep Disorders & comorbidities
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