The homeless have become a fixture of the urban landscape in cities across America. One psychiatrist spent two years speaking to the mentally ill living on the streets of San Francisco, learning about their lives. Now he shares those stories, along with his ideas about how to improve our homelessness and mental health problem nationwide.
In the acclaimed memoir "Change Me Into Zeus’s Daughter," Barbara Robinette Moss described the abuse and neglect her family suffered at the hands of her alcoholic father during her poverty-stricken childhood in rural Alabama. In her new memoir, we see her psychic injuries festering rather than fading as she enters adulthood. The author talks with Diane about how she finally escaped a life of fear and suffering.
- Barbara Robinette Moss artist and author of "Fierce" and "Change Me Into Zeus's Daughter"
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