Tag Archives: hope
I was introduced to this book on the Brainspotting with Veterans closed Facebook group. I just bought it, $0.99, and it is truly amazing! The author, Barry Zworestine, has made this gift available for such a low price, please look … Continue reading »
It seems, when one tunes in to the news, that we are being bombarded with tragedy after tragedy. In some ways we aren’t, there is a lot of fear-mongering out there, but unfortunately we are suffering from some tragedies too. … Continue reading »
October is domestic violence awareness month. I wish it were every month, but I’ll take this for now. I see and hear every day in my office people who are looking for ways out of domestic violence and abuse, people … Continue reading »
It’s been an inspiring week! In this video about entrepreneurship, it is also about perspective. Keeping a positive and hopeful perspective in the face of nay-sayers and closed doors is tough – but worth it. Enjoy!
In the wake of the Newtown tragedy, the killings in the elementary school of Sandy Hook, CT, I keep finding myself at a loss for words. I am numb, horrified, angered beyond belief, indignant, sad to a deep depth, and … Continue reading »
I have been reminded lately, in the shadow of the high-profile murder-suicide perpetuated by Kansas City Chiefs football player Jovan Belcher, that our society has a very hard time acknowledging domestic violence when it sees it. And it’s not just … Continue reading »
I was recently informed about this very sad, very moving and very informational video concerning the suicide of a prominent NFL hero, a man named Junior Seau. In the video Marcellus Wiley, a former teammate to Seau, is reacting to … Continue reading »