Category: Blogs

Hanging on to the horror – Building the hope

Blog- therapy for Post Traumatic Trump Disorder

One of the places I get solace and guidance as I react to Trump’s presidency are Op Eds. They offer some perspective, analysis and counsel about how to hang out with this new, most unwelcome reality.

A recent piece suggested not wasting energy on the OMGs, the shock, the horror, the disbelief and anger, the trying to understand or catastrophizing. But instead to respond and react to the actual policy changes and governance decisions implementing the rhetoric and intentions of the tweets and executive orders.
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WHY CALGARY’S CYCLE TRACKS ARE EXCEEDING EXPECTATIONS

Safety breeds diversity, the network makes it useful

Travelling in our city by bike shouldn’t be any more daunting than walking, and the success of the cycle tracks prove that this can be accomplished without causing traffic chaos or spending huge amounts of money. If you feel the same way, consider contacting your councillor and letting them know that you support even the most basic cycling network in Calgary.
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From a hopeless drug addict to a dopeless hope addict

A blog inspired by the Celebrate Life Recovery Worship Service at Central United Church

Every Sunday, the Celebrate Life Recovery Worship is held at Central United Church from 6:30 – 7:30 pm. The service is specifically designed to support individuals and families on the journey to recovery from addictions, regardless of where they are on their spiritual journey.
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