Denis Hudson

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Plastic liter bottles are permanently duct taped over the hands of young, bedridden children who, due to mind-numbing boredom, scratch or bite themselves - Saray Rehabilitation Center

A haunted young inmate. Plastic liter bottles are permanently duct taped over the hands of young, bedridden children who, due to mind-numbing boredom, scratch or bite themselves - Saray Rehabilitation Center

"Rosie" "Rosemary" Rose Marie Kennedy (1918–2005). Known as "Rosemary" or "Rosie", she was rendered incapable of intelligible speech or caring for herself by a prefrontal lobotomy at age 23 – a new neurosurgical technique of the time and requested by her father – that was intended to cure her increasing mood swings and make her more manageable. The operation instead reduced her to an infantile state. From 1949, she lived in a residential care facility in Jefferson, Wisconsin until her death.

In a lobotomy left Rosemary Kennedy permanently incapacitated. Two new books this month explore what has and hasn't changed about the way we treat mental illness more than 70 years later.

I have always been appalled at what happened to Rosemary Kennedy. Her father Joe Kennedy did not like her 'uncontrollable' behavior (she was likely struggling with depression but was bright and vibrant too) so he secretly authorized a lobotomy.It left her paralyzed, unable to function, barely talk and at the thought function of a 2 year old. She was NEVER talked about again EVER by her family. She lived at St.Calletta in WI, unable to do anything for herself until she passed away in 2005 at…

Her father, Joe Kennedy, did not like her 'uncontrollable' behavior. Likely, she was struggling with depression, but was bright and vibrant too. Joe Kennedy secretly authorized a lobotomy. She passed away in 2005 at

Ohio Asylum for the Mentally Insane

Female patients in Ohio Insane Asylum in / Hopefully things have changed tremendously since then for the better. Makes you wonder how many suffered from more than just their mental prison.

Behind the locked doors of an abandoned asylum: Dilapidated hospitals that were home to a 'community' of 2,000 mentally ill patients over 50 years ago and are still waiting to be demolished

Behind the locked doors of an Edwardian asylum: Dilapidated hospital where the mentally ill were held over 50 years ago that is still waiting to be demolished

fractured view of gladesville asylum  (Gladesville Mental Hospital was a psychiatric hospital established in 1838 in the suburb of Gladesville, Sydney, Australia, its original name was Tarban Creek Lunatic Asylum)

Fractured view of gladesville asylum (Gladesville Mental Hospital was a psychiatric hospital established in 1838 in the suburb of Gladesville, Sydney, Australia, its original name was Tarban Creek Lunatic Asylum)

Leandro Elrich has created a room that simulates the inside of a swimming pool.

Argentinian artist Leandro Erlich created this illusion of people walking underwater called The Swimming Pool, for The Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa, Japan. It's a piece of glass with water on top of it, and empty space on the bottom.

Four-year-old Nadine Earles wanted a doll house for Christmas, but she died on Dec. 18, 1933. Her grieving parents had a doll house built around the grave with her toys and other personal belongings placed inside: dolls, stuffed animals, a tea set, her high chair and tricycle. Mom Alma was buried on the front lawn when she passed in 1981. Oakwood Cemetery, Lanett, Alabama.

Four-year-old Nadine Earles wanted a doll house for Christmas, but she died on Dec. Her grieving parents had a doll house built around the grave with her toys and other personal belongings.

Some losses you just never stop grieving over........

October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. This month is for the lost angels of would-be parents. "The only people who think there's a time limit for grief, have never lost a piece of their heart. Take all the time you need.

inspirational daughter quotes | life inspiration quotes: My wish for my daughter inspirational quote

Dear Daughter, If I could give you one thing in life, I would give you the ability to see yourself through my eyes. Only then would you realize how special you are to me. xoxo you 2 ladies are my breath i love u lovely ladies