Regardless of what you personally might feel about climate change, millions of people are being affected in a very real, and often catastrophic way. A recent report in Reuters indicates that climate change is by far the leading cause of internal displacement and forced migration. About 10.3 million people were displaced by climate change-induced events […]
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The Commander John Scott Hannon Veteran’s Mental Health Care Improvement Act of 2019
In early 2020, Congress passed the Commander John Scott Hannon Veteran’s Mental Health Care Improvement Act. Hannon was a Navy Seal who served 23 years in the US Navy. He retired to Montana where he received treatment for the invisible wounds he received while serving our country, including post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury and […]
The Time Out…More Than Just a Tool, an Evolutionary Imperative!
Early in my relationship with my wife, I learned an invaluable tool that has saved me many a lonely night sleeping on the couch. But let me give you background first. I started my career as an attorney. Once I graduated law school. I had a very clear path set before me. I wanted to […]
Road Rage in Paradise…And I Wasn’t Even Driving!
Recently, my family and I brought our daughter to Costa Rica to enroll in an IB school with full immersion in Spanish, and yet still allow us to work full-time, thanks to a good internet connection (most of the time, anyway) and an awesome staff. The stress and pace of life in America was getting […]