Monthly Archives: December 2012

How do We Limit Chaos? III

One of my colleagues recently said she didn’t want to hear any more about the Sandy Hook Elementary School killings. I can’t blame her. It’s just too painful for us to think about, let alone for those who were forced … Continue reading

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How do We Limit Chaos? II

No sooner had I published last week’s blog on “How do we limit chaos?” than another, even greater, tragedy occurred across the country in Connecticut. As if to let me know that my presentation on the tragic death of two … Continue reading

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How do We Limit Chaos?

My heart breaks for the loved ones of two people who died in a mall shooting near my home on December 11. Steven Forcyth, 45, father of two teen children, lived in the same town I live in.┬áDriving home from … Continue reading

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