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Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) increases psychological flexibility by helping clients contact the costs of psychological inflexibility and encourages the clients to reveal their needs and interests

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) can help the parties learn, change and develop and can transform individuals and relationships.

The aim of ACT is to maximise human potential for a rich, full and meaningful life (Harris, R. 297 more words

Dispute Resolution

William Casey on Gambling

On July 12, 1941, five months before Pearl Harbor, President Franklin Roosevelt created the Office of the Coordinator of Information, America’s first independent civilian intelligence agency focused on overseas threats.

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Notes On History

Crane Removes Robert E. Lee Statue That Stood For 81 Years

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Crews came to finish what they started last week, removing a Confederate statue that has stood for 81 years in Robert E. Lee Park. 727 more words



Two years and four months ago I had congestive heart failure, came minutes from dying and subsequently had an aortic valve replacement.  Depression can be a side effect of a major heart event, but my depression didn’t kick in until November 9, 2016, when the United States Presidential election was called for Donald J. 386 more words


FDR and the Great Depression Fallacy

You’ve heard it before like screeching tires.  Your schools repeated it until your ears bled.  Your Facebook friends repeated it like robotic drones.  The news media repeated it like untalented actors reading a rehearsed script. 424 more words


Meet FDR’s Backbone: Frances Perkins–An Extraordinary Woman Leader

Franklin Delano Roosevelt rates as being one of America’s greatest presidents, probably in the top three. Yet he was despised by many during his ascendancy to president and during his four term tenure. 649 more words

Irma, Erma, Irma

Erma Bombeck’s been gone
a score of years;
Irma’s coming toward me
with boatloads of tears.
Erma was homespun
comedic relief;
hurricane Irma’s
carrying a shit ton of grief. 352 more words