Cops released a picture of the man after Bell's car was found in the church parking lot, along with some of her valuables. … [Read more...] about Who is Madison Bell? What to know about the Ohio teen who ‘chose to disappear to start a new life’
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Jean hopes that Discovery Tour can appeal to and edify a much wider range of people than the 18-rated Assassin’s Creed games have before. “I’m a father of two, and for years I was in the situation where I was proud of our work, knowing the amount of detail that was in those games, but reluctant to bring [my children] with me in front of the screen,” he says. “I had a very personal motivation in that I want to be able to explore Egypt with them, and for them to learn something. Discovery Tour will allow a lot of our players to revisit this world with their kids, or even their parents. … [Read more...] about ‘We give access to a lost world’: Assassin’s Creed’s new life as a virtual museum
Christopher Harris, one of Floyd’s lifelong friends, said Floyd moved to the city to start over to find a job, telling the Atlanta Journal Constitution: ‘He was looking to start over fresh, a new beginning. He was happy with the change he was making.' … [Read more...] about EXCLUSIVE: A new start turns to a tragic end for George Floyd, who moved to Minneapolis determined to turn his life around after being released from prison in Texas
But I also think you should consider seeking help. When the lockdown is over, it would do you good to research CBT treatments available in your area. Cognitive behavioural therapy is a ‘talking cure’ which aims gradually to change the way your mind works — hopefully giving the jolt (or ‘yank’ in my word!) you need. Look it up online, and note that online help is also available. … [Read more...] about BEL MOONEY: Can I stop my nasty wife ruling every part of my life?
Even more intriguingly, Shazer, and his wife, Insoo Kim Berg, with whom he went on to found “solution-focused brief therapy”, realised not only that their clients knew what a solution would look like, but that it was often already happening, if only occasionally. A parent who felt they couldn’t cope any more manifestly was coping, some of the time. The couple who fought all the time could remember a pleasant shared evening three months ago. The agoraphobe who never left the house except to buy milk was evidently doing something right: she managed to buy milk, after all. Even when serious depression made life feel joyless, moments of joy could usually be called to mind. (As the Buddhist teacher Chögyam Trungpa liked to say: “Everyone loves something, even if it’s only tortillas.”) … [Read more...] about The miracle cure for life’s problems? More of what you’re already doing