Welcome to our Marriage Prep Course. We hope it will be fun, enlightening and practical in the real world. We hope it will help you solve the problems of every day life together. We hope it will prevent many of these problems from arising in the first place!
The greatest mystery in life is not life itself, but death. Death is the culmination and "blossoming" of life, it is the ultimate mystery of life. In death, the whole of one's life is summed up; in death you complete life's journey.
Happiness. Such an ordinary word with such immense connotations. What does it mean? Does it exist? Where can it be found? The television and print ads are filled with images of "happy" people living the "good life". What do these images really convey?
Anger happens to everybody, whether we openly express it or not. But in America, we have been "culturally" conditioned, from childhood, to deny our anger. We were constantly told that "good" people do not get angry!
There are four basic ways that well-intentioned parents unsuspectingly turn their children into "raging," out of control little monsters and completely destroy their own children's self-respect all in the name of love.
Anger and violent conflicts at the worksite has become one of Corporate America's biggest problems. Every day, literally thousands of employees are killing and maiming each other as a result of their mismangaged anger and rage.
When children feel inadequate to cope with a situation, when they don't even know what the reality of the situation requires them to do, it frustrates them, it makes them very angry. Then, they will do something that does not need to be done--mischief. Mischief is self indulgent, counter-productive and ultimately self destructive.
This manual is designed to help parents, teachers, guidance counselors, administrators, social workers, psychologists, disciplinarians, staff and security personnel prevent, manage and defuse anger-based violence in the schools, and how to intervene and de-escalate disruptive or violent student behavior safely and effectively.
The legacy of slavery and racism has had a devastating and "post-traumatic" impact on the psyche of millions of contemporary African-Americans. One of the major psycological effects of racism is anger and rage. This book explores the psycho-historical dynamics underlying much of the aggression and violence presented in therapy by African-Americans.
Ego is the feeling of being separate from God, from that which is. Since we feel we are separate from God and everyone and everything else in creation, there is no connection with our inner essence, with the thing that has been in existence since beginningless time. Some of us call it the "soul," some of us call it the "spirit." In reality, it has no name; it just is.