Angela Bischoff speaks at the Edmonton Folk Music Festival Memorial Workshop for Tooker. Introduction by musician Bill Bourne. For the first time ever in the history of the Edmonton Folk Festival, a workshop has been […]
Below find a movie recommendation, a suggested article, and a book review. All excellent. – Angela ______________________________ The movie The Constant Gardiner is at theatres now. It’s a fictionalized expose of the pharmaceutical drug industry. […]
“Water is fluid, soft, and yielding. But water will wear away rock, which is rigid and cannot yield. As a rule, whatever is fluid, soft, and yielding will overcome whatever is rigid and hard. This […]
By Angela Bischoff, March 1, 2005. In The Antidepressant Solution (2005), Dr. Joseph Glenmullen gives a step-by-step guide to safely overcoming antidepressant withdrawal, dependence and addiction. Research has shown that when patients stop antidepressants cold […]
By Angela Bischoff. Health Canada finally admitted it. Anti-depressants may cause anxiety, agitation and suicidal thoughts. But Health Canada’s recent warning comes too late for Tooker Gomberg. Tooker suffered from depression, an illness that made […]
In this radio interview, originally broadcast on April 29, 2004, by CHED 630 AM (Edmonton), Angela speaks candidly with Leslie Primeau about Tooker as loving partner, activist extraordinaire, and – yes – depressed being.
Hello friends of Tooker, Below is a piece written by Tooker on Earth Day, 2002. At the time he was suffering from severe depression; the piece was a private exercise for his therapist. Tooker spent […]