May 24, 2006
Here's the URL of a speech we gave at the University of Virginia Medical Center. It is missing our banter and "act" at the start but it containts the bare bones of the speeches at least.
Posted by pamwagg at May 24, 2006 10:26 AM
Hi Pam! Just read the article done in the Northeast magazine section of the Hartford Current (2003). I took quotes from you and your sister and put them in my blog. I was wondering if my relationship with a normal, healthy husband is like your relationship with your twin. Perhaps any schizophrenic will suffer if we become deeply attached to a "normal" person. If you want to see what I wrote go to www.schizophreniaandart.com and push the blog button. Don't fear leaving a comment - I'm a tough lady! One schizophrenic sometimes leaves really mean and nasty posts on my blog. I let him because I know that he is in a lot of pain. But what do you think? Should I hold him to a higher level of adult responsibility and behavior? I was an inpatient at the Institute of Living in Hartford from 1988-1991 and I remember a woman with a strong personality named Pam. Was that you?
Take care of yourself, Sincerely,
Posted by: Karen Blair at May 25, 2006 03:20 PM
Wow! Very powerfull. Thank you for sharing this most insightful piece. I am very hopeful that there will be a cure.
Posted by: beth weiss at May 24, 2006 09:34 PM
Pam - great to see that there is a video - but am I the only person that seems to be having problems with it. Its all green a lot of the time, and it flips around from being upside down to right side up - I've sent in a request for them to fix it - but wanted to know if anyone else has had the problem.
Posted by: szadmin at May 24, 2006 03:11 PM
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