Contributed by Ross Cochrane on Jan 14, 2011
They had behaved badly in class but they were equally disruptive in the detention room, swearing, acting tough and defying anything I said with a smart comment. Unacceptable behaviour. I have never really had a problem with anger, but the closest I came was in that classroom. Teaching
Contributed by Tom Papez on Aug 18, 2009
TRANSITION (BREAD DOUGH ATTACK): “Linda Burnett, 23, was visiting her in-laws, and while there went to a nearby supermarket to pick up some groceries. Several people noticed her sitting in her car with the windows rolled up and with her eyes closed, with both hands behind the back of her head….When
Contributed by C Vincent on Feb 13, 2009
Telegraph reports: April 08 UK
§ Murders of children by other children have tripled in three years, as more of the nation’s youth get drawn into a deadly world of guns and knives.
§ The number of killings in which both victim and assailant were under 18 has jumped from 12 in 2005 to 37 last
Contributed by James Botts on Aug 29, 2002
AN OLD SIN, A NEW WORD
Have you noticed that people are more and more angry then ever before? Consider the following…
One anger management firm stated that “one out of every five Americans has an anger management problem.”
According to FBI statistics, there were 23,305 homicides in 1994 and
I like the story I read about US President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Apparently President Roosevelt got tired of the same inane small talk and smiles that he had to put up with at the innumerable White House receptions that he attended. So, one evening he decided to find