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Misery Loves Company

Why is it that miserable people want others around them to be miserable too? Why is it that what they accuse others of, is what they themselves are doing? Is it possible for them to understand that embracing other’s happiness … Continue reading

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Identity Theft

Respect. It is the one ingredient needed, and so often lacking, all around the world. I could point to the middle eastern countries right now for examples, but I can also point to suburban streets in the United States. There … Continue reading

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Middle School & Scooters

Do you remember your years in Middle School? There were either great years or miserable, depending on your school and circumstances and chance little things that could go wrong and never leave you. I had both kinds of experience in … Continue reading

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Malala and Pope Francis: The Power of Personality

When my children were growing up, I saw first hand, the power of personality. In that particular case, it was negative power used by a bully who had a persona that others felt compelled to follow, much like Hitler, I … Continue reading

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Bullying

Here is an except from a poem I wrote in 2004.        “Children fear the unkept bully, then become themselves unruly. Voices rap an angry song. What has made this scene so wrong?”  You can’t love everyone, but … Continue reading

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