Argh #10 Find the Drugs and Dump ’Em!

Cap’n John reads about the treasured and classic ARGHS! Argh #10 Ernie, Edith, and Ellen all used drugs.  Ernie was often criticized for his drug use and was eventually arrested.  Edith received lots of applause and awards for hers.  Ellen got...

Sailing the High Seas of Change

Mapping through the Winds of Change Our change map shows four stages or quadrants of change: Denial—This happens when we’re first encountering a change and we’re not sure it’s really happening or we don’t believe it’s happening, and...

Argh #9 Negotiating Love?

Argh #9 Mitch didn’t do well in algebra.  Maybe it was because of the trauma of attending a new school after having to move during the summer between eighth and ninth grade.  Maybe it was because he didn’t get along well with his teacher.  Maybe it was...

Argh #8 Opposites Aren’t Different

Argh #8 Larry was proud that he wasn’t a drunken bum like his old man, Frank.  Frank couldn’t hold a job for more than six months at a time.  What money Frank did earn, he drank and gambled away on payday before he even got home for the weekend, if he came...