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Lonely Among Us – Finding Unity in TNG

As a young boy growing up in what I would later affectionately come to call the ‘Golden Years’ of Star Trek (or more specifically, the TNG era), I relied heavily

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That is Now Your Chair: Loss, Grief, and Guinan

Late last month, I lost my mother due to cancer. Before I continue, I do want to say that I’m alright and working though things. I realize that, as I

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Writing TNG: “Checkmate”

Some of my memories related to Star Trek: The Next Generation came as a result of my love of writing. In 1990, the film The Hunt for Red October hit

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Star Trek: The Next Generation review

Although I was born a couple of weeks after the premiere of the original series of Star Trek, I was alive to witness the premiere of Star Trek: The Next

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How the Character of Deanna Troi Helped Me Cope With My Sudden Deafness

After going deaf in both ears from Ménière’s Disease at age twenty-two, I felt lost and alone. That is, until I saw the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode entitled

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No-One Is Alone on the Enterprise: Stress and Star Trek

The date is July 6th 2021 at 9:45pm and as I write this, it’s day 1 million of the COVID pandemic. I’m used to the pandemic, but it’s still very

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