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We all experience anger throughout our lives. It is likely that most of us have lost control of our anger at some point. Some struggle with anger control on a daily basis while others manage it with great success. Anger is a completely normal and necessary human emotion. But, it can get out of control, turn destructive, and lead to problems with your health, family relationships, and in the overall quality of your life. On the next Line One, Clinical Psychologist Dr. Bruce Pemberton, Ed.D will join us to discuss “Toxic Anger” and how healthy anger can motivate us and improve our lives.
- American Psychological Association: Anger Control
- Anger Management: 10 Tips to Tame You Anger
- The Heavy Costs Anger
- Health Costs of Anger
- Social Costs of Anger
HOST : Prentiss Pemberton, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Counseling Solutions
GUEST: Dr. Bruce Pemberton, Ed.D
LIVE BROADCAST: August 26, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. (Alaska time)
REPEAT BROADCAST: August 26, 2013 at 9:00 p.m. (Alaska time)
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- Cleveland Clinic
- Mayo Clinic
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- American Academy of Allergy Asthma & Immunology
- American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (ACAAI)
- Science Based Medicine
- Super Smart Health
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The buzz of excitement permeated throughout the air and spilled out into the hall. Today was going to be a great day.
Normally, a quiet office, this Friday was light years away from the normal. The only sound to be heard was the furious clacking of keys and the shuffling of papers. You could have heard a ptarmigan sigh.
Everyone was intent on completing their assignments as quickly and efficiently as possible. Nobody wanted to be late for our Friday “date”.
Noon came and went and the clacking continued. As 1 p.m. rolled around, Vik walked through the office passing out pieces of paper, reminding everyone that the carpool left promptly at 1:40. The sound of office chairs sliding against the carpet rose to a roar as staff members went to change their clothes. Our professionally dressed office turned into carhart-clad Alaskans in mere minutes.
We arrived at the Campbell Creek Estuary trailhead in record time. A wildlife habitat and natural wetland, the estuary will offer locals an opportunity to step out into the wilderness of Alaska because of a conservation easement. A perfect place to take a quiet stroll, the natural trails needed for such an activity had yet to be constructed. That’s where we came in. Our job that Friday: to move gravel from one place to another.
An unglamorous but needed job, the Anchorage Park Foundation and Great Land Trust surprised everyone with snacks, water and wheelbarrows. The afternoon was spent reminding ourselves of why our work of connecting people who care with causes that matter is so very important. At the end of the day, we all stepped back to enjoy the fruits of our labor with a guided tour of the beautiful habitat outside our doors.
Of course, our few hours of hard work only added to the contributions of dozens of other community groups, businesses and the Youth Employment in Parks program. As we stood there, enjoying the beautiful scenery, we took great pride in having lent a hand to protect a natural wetland for everyone to enjoy today and tomorrow.
Giving of time to causes that matter means more than the free t-shirt or accolades we receive. It means making an impact collectively and individually. Being a leader in philanthropy doesn’t just mean celebrating the charitable contributions donors make. It also means championing the time and talent we all commit to making Alaska a better place.
Celebrate Alaska by living and giving locally.
The Alaska Community Foundation cultivates, celebrates and sustains all forms of philanthropy by connecting people who care with causes that matter. For more information, visit our website at www.alaskacf.org
Lumberjacks and gargantuan vegetables. Turkey legs and funnel cake. Journey. It must be Alaska State Fair time.August 22, 2013
Wayne Mitchell from TBA Theatre drops by Stage Talk to talk about their 2013-14 season and to have some fun with Jean and Steve.
- Wayne Mitchell, Founder and Education Director, TBA Theatre
ORIGINAL BROADCAST: Friday August 23, 2013 at 2:45 p.m.
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