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Book Review: Understanding Combat Related Post Traumatic Stress Disorder by Walter F. McDermott

I’ve spoken about my feelings on military mental health before in this blog, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that I’m interested in Combat related PTSD. In Understanding Combat Related Post Traumatic Stress Disorder by Walter F. McDermott I found an open portrayal of Combat Related Post Traumatic Stress Disorder told in a way ...
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Nashville Flooding

I’m tired. There was flooding in Nashville all weekend, but with the national coverage, you would really only think it happened today and was over in a short time. Franklin, TN has areas that are wiped out. Nashville has areas that are wiped out. So do the other surrounding areas. Because I’m tired, I’m also incoherent. ...
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Robber beat up by 86 year old woman

In life, we have the opportunity to define ourselves in many ways. For some of us, we define ourselves by our eduction or our careers. For some, it’s our family. For others, it’s our leisure or time spent traveling. For one man, he will forever be defined by getting his butt kicked by an elderly woman. ...
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Little League Baseball Begins again!

It’s time for fall baseball! My loyal readers, bless your hearts, know that I’ve been in something of a withdrawal since spring baseball was finished in mid-June. There have been no funny stories about parents going at each other, no heroic stories about kids doing brave deeds in the name of the game and no ...
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Vigilante justice: Mob beats man who allegedly raped 11-year old girl

Vigilante justice: Mob beats man who allegedly raped 11-year old girl Posted by Jillian on Wednesday, 17 June 2009 Controversy, crime, news, opinion tags: Jose Carrasquillo, mob beats man, vigilante justice Several weeks ago, I was on twitter and noticed one from my friend, ...
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I almost hit her

This week in Nashville has been amazing; The sun is shining and the wind is blowing lightly as it caresses cheekbones and little hands and hair. I was running late to Adrian’s game, but my phone was soundly in my purse so I wasn’t so concerned about the time that I was checking it while ...
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Best iphone apps: Tempo Calendar app

I’d like to start a new feature here at Blueshelled.com. The tech geek part of me loves her Mac computer and her Iphone 4 (I know, generations behind). This leads to hours upon hours spent browsing the internet for new apps that I might use. Many of those apps end up on my computer for a ...
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Convicted Rapist caught after 35 years

On this Easter Sunday, the day people tend to celebrate redemption and mercy, a rapist, convicted 35 years ago, was finally recovered after 35 years on the run. Gary Irving was convicted of multiple counts of rape in Massachusetts and was found less than 200 miles from where he was sentenced. His judge had granted him ...
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