Newsletter Vol. # 39 That's how I see it!

Hello and welcome to this week's newsletter.

What you will find in this weeks newsletter: really, I am in better shape as a married male--Marriage as a Health Aide; what to do in the case of an emergency; I love my bread-So What's the Matter With Wheat? APA Survey on Stress; and Reader Response.


Marriage as a Health Aide

Men experience an improvement in their health after they get married, women do not experience the same health benefits.

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Newsletter Vol. # 38 That's how I see it!

Hello and welcome to this week's newsletter.

What you will find in this weeks newsletter: an article on Assisted Suicide; good news for coffee drinkers; balance is the key to preventing burnout; what does it take to become an honorary Newfoundlander? Loyalty has to be earned; the funny side of tampons; Reader Response and a blurb on my first book I can have fun on a school night! or as it is known after five revisions--Finding Balance....

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Newsletter Vol. # 37 That's how I see it!

Hello and welcome to this week's newsletter.

What you will find in this weeks newsletter: Cellphones are putting me off; an excerpt from "Veronica Decides to Die" by Paulo Coelho; what I thought of The Heights; another new panacea drug for those dealing with feelings of inadequacy, shyness, and passivity-Cabernet Sauvignon; the cost of Workplace Stress; Road Rage-an explanation; the worlds most expensive pizza; Reader Response.

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Newsletter Vol. # 36 That's how I see it!

Hello and welcome to this week's newsletter.

What you will find in this weeks newsletter: the tragedy of PTSD; the misfortune of Greece-how the mighty have fallen; Coffee House guests; let's play a little NHL Quiz; are we to protective of our children--My Mom Used To Cut Chicken; you certainly would wonder just How Court Reporters Keep A Straight Face; some interesting facts on the brain; and of course your feedback with Reader Response.

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Newsletter Vol. # 35 That's how I see it!

Hello and welcome to this week's newsletter. Just back from a wonderful trip to Victoria/Vancouver. We have family in both locations. I must admit I found the rain and cloud a bit much but family overcame the downside. My feet are just now getting dry/warm.

Downtown Victoria is very interesting with its many little unique shops, eating establishments and places for afternoon tea. The famous Empress hotel is presently getting a facelift; we did a walkabout and discovered that even afternoon tea would strain the budget.

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