It Ain’t Easy to Be a Hooker in Alaska: How Reality TV Can Save Your Day:

Dateline: Threadgill’s Branch Office. Under Farrah’s picture. It Ain’t Easy to Be a Hooker in Alaska: How Reality TV Can Save Your Day MysteryShrink is about what works and what doesn’t work–usually whatever therapy is covered by your insurance. Thus, I must share a breakthrough treatment. And, nuuuuuu. No credit …

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Stress: the Cosco Virgin Gives It Up for Chocolate Bar!

Okay, let’s get one thing straight right off. The disaster was not all my fault. Today is a very windy day. On an even playing field with no wind, I could have saved the others. A lack of furniture forced me out of my cave and into the new world, …

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Addiction, It Takes Two…Stress and Addiction, Final Episode

Dateline: San Antonio River Walk Patio Branch Office. Jennifer Lopez stood on the nearby bridge during the making of Selena. If you are new the story of Mr. and Mrs. Travis, Catch up with Episode One, Episode Two, and Episode Three. When the next football season came around, Mrs. Travis …

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Stress: Mobile Communications Have Made the World a Village and I Am Its Idiot

Stress: Mobile Communications Have Made the World a Village and I Am the Village Idiot Part One: Anxiety and How Your World, Bad or Good, Is a Projection of Your Thoughts Dateline: Flight American Airlines 859 Austin to LA. There are a hundred or so people on this flight. We …

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Stress, the “It’s Just Thunder” Incident

Relationship Stress and the “It’s Just Thunder” Incident I’m Okay and You’re Okay… as Long as I’m With You– Dateline: Willie’s Roadhouse, Truck Stop Cafe in Abott, Texas. And, yes, the chicken-fried steaks lap over the edges of the plate. Note: This entry, along with the next introduce the series: “Las Vegas …

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Stress Up Against Charisma and Promises

Stress Management, Up Against a Charismatic Foe Can You Think for Yourself when under Stress? Dateline:  Oops. When the trial of James Arthur Ray–charged with being responsible for the sweat lodge deaths of three of his “students” went into indefinite recess, I dropped the ball on those Young Americans in …

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