Remembrance Day 2014

I find it difficult to attend Remembrance Day ceremonies.  It touches something so deep and primal in me that I weep uncontrollably. I know where this pain originated.  My parents were both veterans of WWII. War doesn’t only touch the warriors.  In spite of their best efforts, veterans inadvertently bring pain and suffering […]


The Risks and Triggers of Anger 1

There is new research to show that outbursts of anger significantly increase your chances of heart attack and stroke. This danger doesn’t end after you are finished being angry but continues for up to 2 hours beyond the emotional explosion. Anger puts your health and happiness at risk. It may […]