Monthly Archives: September 2015

Agree to Agree (A Singularity)

So how do you think we can we reduce domestic violence (DV) in Australia? Here is my take on the question. This is my long term strategy, sorry, not a knee-jerk reaction to existing or near future bashings and murders. … Continue reading

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Domestic Violence – Hysteria

Exaggerated or uncontrollable emotion or excitement. An old-fashioned term for a psychological disorder characterized by conversion of psychological stress into physical symptoms (somatization) or a change in self-awareness (such as a fugue state or selective amnesia). If domestic violence was … Continue reading

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Bait & Switch Arms Race

It is all so very topical now days to talk up domestic Violence (DV) and especially the blaming of men for it, with the statistics seemingly proving their apparent guilt as the sole cause and we know statistics don’t lie! … Continue reading

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Respect in a Nutshell

Respect is not an easy word to define as a behavior but here is my attempt: I think respect is made up of a two parts, Content and Delivery. ie. What we say and how we say it. Neither are … Continue reading

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Domestic Violence Vs Domestic Disputes

Every divorced relationship starts out in the same way, “successfully” or what appears to be a “success”. That is why they get married or choose to live together. Even relationships that end in murder started out the same way as … Continue reading

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Prepare for the Faliure

The jury has just returned with its verdict and the┬ádecision is┬áthat: “No one deserves to be treated with anything less than perfection” Great news! But unfortunately we and our peers don’t make the rules. So, until further notice, it looks … Continue reading

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Considering Anger

My brother Steve Sherlock and I have just agreed on a new pact: We are still considering anger. This means that we neither accept or reject such behavior…. We are not sure if we are responsible for it or not, … Continue reading

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