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It was August 1977 and my plan was to drive up to the Bay Area for three back-to-back national psychology conferences, followed by a week-long meditation workshop with Tarthang Tulku in Berkeley. I'd recently become licensed as a psychologist at age 28,...
Go take a hike – it’s good for your brain. So says a new study that supports something called Attention Restoration Theory, which holds that exposure to nature can replenish our cognitive reserves when they are worn out by overuse. And if...
Killed in Friday's horrific shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School were 20 children, ages 6 and 7, and six adults. The shooter's mother was also killed Friday. Stories of the adult heroes of this tragedy and tributes to the children who lost their...
Tags: Karate, Christmas, Social Media, Katie Couric, Adam Lanza
The Hartford CourantJohn Prior saw the news flash across CNBC on Friday and it staggered him. "I was absolutely stunned," Prior said as he stood in the biting December rain early Sunday night outside Gillette Stadium. "We had our first murder last year in Westport in...
The Hartford CourantThe names of more victims in Friday's shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School emerged Saturday, including a teacher who had just landed a permanent substitute position at the school. Lauren Rousseau, 30, landed the subsitute job in November and was one...
Every year about this time, I write a list of New Year's resolutions. It's the usual stuff: Work out three times a week, cut back on coffee and alcohol, floss daily, relearn Spanish, watch less television, etc. I then put the list in the drawer of my...
IF YOU WANT TO HELP: The Newtown Bee reports that Newtown town officials and community leaders asked Wednesday that people "temporarily halt any further dispatching of goods to the community, its schools, churches and nonprofit organizations." They said...
You've had a bad day at work. Or maybe someone cut you off in traffic. Or perhaps you found a handful of bills in the mailbox. Whatever the case, you walk through the front door and head straight for the freezer and devour a carton of frozen goodies to...
The Hartford CourantAs many as a half-dozen first graders may have survived Adam Lanza's deadly shooting spree at Sandy Hook Elementary School because he stopped firing briefly, perhaps either to reload his rifle or because it jammed, according to law enforcement officials...
Tags: Newspaper and Magazine, Adam Lanza, Shootings, Laws, Students
Can most men share deep feelings in true fellowship? Can they maintain their manliness in the process? I affiliate with men from multiple groups, including "the guys" from elementary through high school, fraternity buddies, and longtime church breakfast...
Virginia Tech. Columbine. Aurora. Newtown. Rampage after rampage, these brutal mass killings have one important similarity: The shooters are all young men. Why? Parents of boys have seen the interest in weapons, war and power, often at a young age. A...
Adam Lanza was 20, and apparently a bright young man. He had obvious mental issues. He could’ve owned his own guns, but he didn’t need to. He used his mother’s guns. She obviously had a gun permit. Adam Lanza shot his mother then took...
Dec 13, 2012 |Story| Daily Pilot
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