Monthly Archives: January 2015

Your Self-Concept Is Out of Date

For those of you who follow this blog, bless you. I have been quite busy, but have a backlog of topics that I hope to discuss. One really interesting one is a somewhat technical article on the difference between grief, … Continue reading

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Catch some Zzz’s

(image from kidspot.com.au) You may already have read much of this, but I just wanted to pass it on: http://americanaddictioncenters.org/wellness-fitness/trouble-sleep/ Sleep well!

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Dealing With Anger

(Image from http://www.visyon.org.uk/creative-space/gallery/anger-art-workshop/) check it out. I remember volunteering as a counselor at a middle school some years ago. It was a public school that had gone to uniforms at the request of the parents because kids were getting jacked for … Continue reading

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