The Street Medic Wiki
This is a wiki that street medics made and cultivated with helpful information.
It has advice on what to do during sabotage actions, arrestable actions, hunger strikes, and others.
I do Not recommend practicing things you see on here that you don't know how to do (C-spine stabilization for example). I Do recommend going through articles and seeing what you feel good with and sharing that info with your crew.
it's just him exercising
lockdown - mental health
I read somewhere that the most common time for big mental health dips during intense sustained pressure is the 6 month mark.
We're just now hitting the 6 month mark of covid, and the TL seems to be reflecting that.
The good news is that this sensation passes as long as you can hold steady through the next 3-4 weeks.
Looking for input, ways abused ppl communicate
Someone I know talked about how people don't use language of "What game are playing?" to mean "Can I play?"
But this type of indirectness has been very common in my experience with children and adults who have experience abuse and/or neglect. The concern over being direct and asking for time or what have you ends up resulting with asking for things kind of sideways.
Is this actually a common way abused ppl communicate or am I skewed?
My therapist asked me to think of positives outcomes of quarantine. #SummerSchool is the big one
nonbinary epileptic ancom doctoral student cajun cyborg - just dissertating n dying
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