Told & Skat & EU-regler


Det her forløb overgår godt nok noget af det mere mærkelige, som jeg har oplevet.   I marts købte jeg et par norske rulleski med trådløse skivebremser fra RollerSafe. Efter et par uger sendte jeg dem retur til reparation under ‘repair & return’. I Norge reparerer de rulleskiene og sender dem retur, men glemmer at […]

En Route to Vasaloppet, day 45


I am going to start this blog with a short venture into the 1st of May articles. In an interview with the Swedish sociologist Roland Paulsen (article in Swedish). He notes that the worktime has not been reduced over the last 40 years in spite of productivity being doubled over the same time period. At the […]

About Understanding Psychosis and ‘Schizophrenia’ and the collaboration between health professionals and people with lived experiences


Quoting Ron Unger: ‘Normal’ is actually much more mysterious than it is usually given credit for! – It’s also more dangerous than is usually recognized. David Oaks makes the point that it is ‘normal’ people who are destroying the planet, wiping out species and setting off a process of overheating the earth in a catastrophic […]

Rigdomsfordeling i det kapitalistiske land Sverige


Hvordan ser den økonomiske ressourcefordeling ud i det kapitalistiske samfund Sverige i forhold til befolkningens forestillinger? Få nogle fordomme afklaret ved at se klippet her: Filmen som avslöjar klyftan mellan rika och fattiga: Unik granskning av inkomstfördelningen i Sverige Det påstås med henvisning til nedskæringspolitiken (austericy), at den virker fremragende i både Sverige og Tyskland. Virkeligheden, […]

Is Psycho-Social Psychotherapy falling into oblivion at the most critical time?


An article in The New York Times reflects upon a psychiatrist lamenting on the fact that he can no longer do Talk-therapy with his patients as it is by large no longer covered by health insurances in the US. (see link here: http://www.nytimes.com). But this is not all. To put another nail in the coffin of […]

Mangel på ressourcer i psykiatrien


I november skrev jeg dette indlæg om mangel på ressourcer i psykiatrien: http://blog.tv2.dk/snowtiger/entry388349.html. Nu kommer så en henvisning til en artikel i New York Times om, hvor galt det kan gå, hvis man lader de frie markedskræfter styre sådan noget som psykiatrien: http://www.nytimes.com Psykiatrien bliver indskrænket til sessions af 15 minutters varighed, hvis eneste formål er at […]