JFK and Thanksgiving Day

“As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.” – John Fitzgerald Kennedy Although JFK has

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The Great American Smoke-Out 2016

Life begins and ends with a breath.  The average person will take about 672,768,000 breaths in a lifetime. Our lungs work hard enough. Why ask them to work overtime, doing

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The Election Aftermath

While about 50% of us are licking our wounds this week and the other 50% are rejoicing, I can’t help but think of this rich ancient Indian parable: A farmer

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Are Female Misogynists on the Rise?

Are female misogynists on the rise?  Is there a social media war against women? Click on this link to read a thought-provoking look at the possibility that the Trump campaign

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Podcast: Hope & Recovery for Addictions

Podcast: Hope & Recovery for Addictions Click here to listen to the 7-minute podcast:  @JenningsWire #Podcast #addictions Dr. Mark Stahlhuth, psychologist and Clinical Director of Seasons Recovery Center in Malibu,

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The Ear of the Beholder

THE EAR OF THE BEHOLDER By Dr. Nancy Irwin Find yourself cussing and swearing more lately?  You are not alone.  The average American is dealing with much higher levels of

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The End of an Era, Thank You Vin Scully

Vin Scully’s Best Farewell Videos, All in One Place I’m feeling Blue, having watched and heard my last home game broadcast by Vin Scully. The Voice of the Dodgers, at

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Learn More About Addiction During Opiate Awareness Week

Regardless of your political leanings, Obama’s creation of Prescription Opioid and Heroin Epidemic Awareness Week is an excellent step forward in helping those who suffer this debilitating addiction.  If you

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