Monthly Archives: December 2014

Bi-polar Behavior

I hope we would all agree that the taking out of our frustrations on someone else or ourselves is, although understandable, not acceptable. This behavior usually takes the form of anger and can result in the abusing of others and even ourselves, … Continue reading

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What is Anger?

In my view anger is: …the display of frustration or annoyance of a behavior or series of behaviors. Why is this important? Well, when I mention that “anger is understandable but not acceptable”, most people tell me that they cannot control their … Continue reading

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The Inter View

Hey what about this that there are three types of views in the world: 1. My View 2. Your View and the 3. Inter View. “What is the Inter View…? you ask Well, you just started it!

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Like Violence Will Anger Become Unacceptable One Day?

How about this? Just 30 or 40 years ago it was basically accepted that a man could slap a child or his wife to keep them in line. Today this is now considered corporal punishment (for the child) and is … Continue reading

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IMV: How to Fight Bias, In My View

Here is the my draft book cover for my next book, if I ever get around to writing it. IMV: How to Fight Bias, In My View

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Is Domestic Violence Caused by Domestic Anger?

Is Domestic Violence caused by Domestic Anger? To me the answer an obvious, “yes!”. All violence to me is unacceptable and domestic violence is no exception. But could anyone argue that Domestic Violence is not caused by anger ? I don’t … Continue reading

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Noticing

Maybe the opposite to ignorance is “noticing”. The latest book that I am reading is called the Power of Noticing, by Max Brazerman I think this is my next bench marker. In it he talks about Motivational Blindness ie what our … Continue reading

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