This post is a collection of quotes from About Henry Darger, a marvellous review of John MacGregor’s Henry Darger...
Aphasia is a wide range of language impediments caused by brain damage – usually a stroke. Those impediments can be very specific – for instance, a person might be able to say “walk” as a noun but not as a verb
The patient, Dee Fletcher, loses the ability to visually recognize shapes, objects, or people. She knows there is something on a table, but doesn’t know that it is a pencil or how it is oriented on the table
The Last Psychiatrist is one of my favorite blogs, and one of the best places to learn about narcissism