The mind I love most must have wild places, a tangled orchard where dark damsons drop in heavy grass, an overgrown little wood, the chance of a snake or two, a pool that nobody's fathomed the depth of, and paths threaded with flowers planted by the mind.
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|THE TRUTH ABOUT DEPRESSION
There is a one in four chance that depression will affect you directly. It is almost certain that it will affect someone you know and care about, at some stage in your life.
Up/Down is a personal account of Bipolar Mood Disorder. Watch and listen as the participants share their struggle to balance rocketing upwards towards a state of euphoria and sinking downwards into depression.
THIN is an exploration of an in-patient facility for the treatment of women with eating disorders. The documetary follows four women in their struggle towards recovery.
|THE UNSPOOLING MIND
The Unspooling Mind is a documentary about the human toll of Dementia.
In 1980 Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) became an accepted diagnosis for USA war veterans with psychological wounds. This documentary narrates the chronic effects of battle agony and post-traumatic anxiety on American military personnel and the people close to them.
|CHILDREN OF DARKNESS
This is an Oscar nominated 1983 documentary film. It explores the issue of mentally ill children and the institutions they lived in. The film not only exposed the abuse in mental institutions but it also educated people that mental illness can happen to anyone.
|THE BUSINESS OF BEING BORN
This 2008 documentary explores the contemporary experience of childbirth in the United States. It offers a critical appraisal of the USA health care system.
|THE BIOLOGY OF DADS
Every child needs a father is a phrase often heard, but is there any evidence to support it? This fascinating documentary highlights new research about the science of fatherhood and helps explain why a dad’s relationship with his children is so important.
|A CLASS DIVIDED
Elliott divided her class by eye color – those with blue eyes and those with brown. On the first day, the blue-eyed children were told they were smarter, nicer, neater, and better than those with brown eyes. On the second day, the roles were reversed. What happened over the course of the unique two-day exercise astonished both students and teachers.
|HOW TO SLEEP BETTER
This practical guide explores some common problems, dangers, and mysteries relating to sleep. Viewers will have the opportunity to gain insight into their own unique sleep profile. There is also some practical advice on how to have a better night’s sleep!
|THE BELIEVING BRAIN
This series explores how we form our beliefs for a variety of personal, emotional, and psychological reasons.
|THE BRAIN THAT CHANGES ITSELF
Contrary to previous widely held beliefs, the human brain exists in a perpetual state of constant change. This documentary explores the concept of neuroplasticity and the brain’s capacity to adapt.