Monthly Archives: February 2011

Our Juvenile Brains

I was at a community parent group meeting recently in which we had a psychologist come and speak.  She said something fascinating that made a lot of sense.  She said that when we are under stress, we think less with our … Continue reading

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When in doubt, work out.

I wonder if the staggering amounts of depression and anxiety rates are fueled largely by our sedentary lifestyles in our current cultures?  Where so many of us work in occupations that keep us indoors and seated at a desk and … Continue reading

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The staged family

Are we staged or real?  Is it good, or does it just look that way? Many of us are familiar with home staging; the process of rearranging and minor redecorating of a home for maximum optical value.  I experienced recently … Continue reading

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Meeting Dick B

While on holidays the past 2 weeks, I had the privilege of meeting Dick B. Dick is regarded as one of the most notable historians on Alcoholics Anonymous.  Being one of few, if not the only person, to have researched in-depth the … Continue reading

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What about the trap of bitterness?

If ever there was an, “Every time I think I’m out, they pull me back in”, experience with respect to being tied to our past it’s when we feel bitterness. I make specific mention of this because of the ease … Continue reading

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