Many roads to contentment begin with self-forgiveness. It is among the most difficult—and most important—steps one can take.
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Troy Rondinone, Ph.D., a professor of history at Southern Connecticut State University, is the author of Nightmare Factories: The Asylum in the American Imagination.
Does Hollywood get PTSD right? Not usually.
The battle over Critical Race Theory is really a battle over the right to teach dissenting ideas in school. The past teaches us that critical thought must be allowed.
This month, we remember D-Day and America's role in saving democracy in World War II. We should also remember those who could not serve, but who helped the nation too.
It is not unheard of to literally drop dead from fear—but it's more likely to happen in fiction.
"Dark Tourism" remains popular, despite the COVID lockdown. Abandoned mental hospitals, an alluring site for urban explorers, evoke a deeper American tourism story.
How often do we hear that America is a massive madhouse run by the inmates? Turns out, that depends upon the time period.