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WORD SALAD: For week ending 23 September 2018.

18 Sep

1. In a discussion at Lewiston, Maine City Hall with Lewiston, Maine City Administrator he revealed that he was thinking of retiring from his position in a year-or-so.

2. Maine foster Care in trouble as it’s medication rate for children in a fostered environment is above the national average. Maine – medicates at 32,9 percent of children placed in foster care. And, the National average is 22.2. Federal Government to investigate.

There are 3527 Maine children in foster care due to the “Drug Epidemic”. And, this figure is expected to increase as legalization of “Cannabis” get underway.

And, this maybe due to the school systems involvement. As, they maybe issuing an order to have the School aged young adult or preteen test. Which, is allow by Maine State Statutes. Perhaps, the teach’s are taking the easy way out. (YES, I said it.)

It, is my estimate that over 1/2 of Maine’s population is on some sort of psychotropic drug.

3. LEWISTON, Maine with the courts. All individual are alleged to be guilty.

Keyana Pontoo, 26, of 101 Pine Street, Lewiston, Maine on a Demostic Violence assault and violation of protection order from abuse order at 12:36 am 16 September 2018 at the Acme Social Club.

Robert McKenna, 47,listed as transient on a warrant charging failure to pay fine, 3:30 am on Bartlett Street and Adams Street.

Cory Perry,27, of 66 Howe Street, disorderly conduct, refusing to submit to arrest, refusing to stop (car), 7 p.m. 15 September 2018 at corner of Pine Street and Bartlett Street.

ANDROSCOGGIN SUPERIOR COURT: NOT GUILTY is Roger Hamel Jr.,
of Green, Maine on charge of 15 charges of sexual abuse. But, his name is tarnished for live and this will stick on him for the rest of his life! A jury of mostly women “Acquits” this individual. Coaching, by mother was the alleged reason !

4. CAREER FAIR:

Maine Jobs !

Wednesday, September 26 @ the “Point Community Center, 345 Clark’s Pond Pkwy, So.Portland, Maine. Time is from 12:01 pm – 5 pm.

Veterans and public welcome, free parking on site.

Presented by; “CROSS Employment Benefits. Premiere Employer F.M.I., Fiber Material,Inc. . . Please, http://www.google.com

Promulgated by: Soule 4 Mayor 2019, Lewiston, Maine.

5. MADE IN MAINE:

LL BEANS Inc., Wilbur’s of Maine, chocolates Confection’s, Maine Sea Salt, Maine Sea Salt Company and Tree Winery and Distillery for your dining table. http://www.google.com for location to your favor.

Doing business keep ME. employed and your children.

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How, I handle my Anger ( By, writing.) ? I know I get carried away at times. But, when you have lived as long as I. And, have seen change not for the good of the country it becomes frustration and must be channeled. As, I would never hurt anyone or think.

10 Nov

HOW, I HANDLE ANGER !

WHAT IS ANGER:  It is a powerful emotion that everyone feels from time to time.

WHY, IS ANGER IMPORTANT TO KNOW ABOUT:  Because, the way you express can be:

  1.  Helpful
  2.  Harmful

Anger is one of the most poorly handled emotions in society today.

WHAT CAUSES ANGER:  Common causes are.

  1.   Frustration.
  2.   Disappointment.
  3.   Annoyance
  4.   Hurt
  5.   Threat
  6.   Harassment
  7.   Betrayal

HOW DOES THE BODY REACT TO ANGER:

Here’s what happens:

  1.  Adrenaline and other chemicals enter the bloodstream.
  2.   Heart oumps faster.
  3.   Blood pressure rises.
  4.   Blood flows quicker.
  5.   Muscles tense.

In other words:  The body shifts into high gear, generating energy needed for action.

FOLLOW THESE STEPS TO KEEP ANGER UNDER CONTROL:

  1.  Recognize your anger. (accident prone, tense muscles, feeling frustrated, sarcastic)
  2.  Identify the cause.
  3.  Decide what to do. (Talk to people, seek professional help, count to 10)

AVOID THESE;   “DO NOT”

  1.   Don’t get personal.
  2.   Don’t make accusations.
  3.   Don’t avoid the issue.
  4.   Don’t sulk.

KEEP YOUR COOL WHEN EXPRESSING ANGER.

  1.   Stay calm.
  2.   Understand your motives.
  3.   Do be assertive and not aggressive.
  4.   Do seek help.