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April 29, 2015: Yay

The World's Best Mediator

The World's Best Mediator, Jon Myers, Calm Interventions Inc.

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When I mention the “paint by numbers” gang; I am not certain I feel comfortable with that reference. That to me is the difference between vengeance for instance and justice; the latter of which is near and dear to my heart. All people who challenge you deserve at least some level of respect I suppose; even if and when their actions are ensconced in evil. In a true democracy we afford a process to even those who have done the most heinous things.

So for me to personally ridicule people above and beyond their actions, even if relatively rare on my part is not something I truly endorse. I think my error was in making light of relatively heinous actions in the first place. No, I am not talking about the anything remotely to do with the Boston bombing; only in that I am referencing a pattern of behavior having to do with psychological and emotional abuse, if not those forms of terror, as well. So I am not perfect, and I am for the better when I acknowledge that.

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Nothing is an absolute though:

ALL of our actions must be measured against the nobility of our causes or virtually total lack thereof in some cases; on that level my efforts have surely been “outstanding” and will continue to be, with the utmost integrity. I am not perfect, excellent will suffice quite nicely. Tsk, tsk on me, if I make errors, at least if and when that happens, they are errors of care. My efforts are not of haste, but of urgency, there is a fine line of a difference. Onward and upward!

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Unfortunately, it is worth noting the truly heinous mindset of a parental alienator:

It must be deeply understood by society the heinous affect of a parental alienation on children and society in general. As I have made clear Parental Alienation is the effort of on e parent in a divorce or custody situation to attempt to alienate or estrange the children from the other parent. One piece I continue to call attention to is the actual mindset of the Alienating Parent. A person must be extremely disturbed to not see the forest for the trees, and work to warp the minds of children to accomplish aims of revenge and manipulation.

It is eerie, the sense of overly controlling parents, who essentially use children as some offshoot of their own mental disabilities, who in essence keep children tied to the parent’s sense of dysfunction. In this age of vastly increased information and communication we are seeing the emergence of these extremely impaired, if not emotionally deformed personality types. One of the key characteristics of these harmed personality types is their own sense of fracture and failure from childhood; like children in adult bodies!
Jon

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Go Michigan

A toughie with Ohio State as we speak

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I cannot help believing that all of my experiences are here for me

To learn AND share some of the really profound lessons on life that I have learned. The whole notion of our deepest and most innate I intelligence for instance; coincided with developing our capability to communicate our innate intelligence in assertive and appropriate ways. Perhaps I would summarize it in terms of finding our essence.

By definition people who have found our essence are less in conflict with others because our essence tells us that we ALL have basic human needs in terms of food, clothing shelter; andy we respect these needs in each other. I would love to see that be the great work of my life, although some has surely occurred, but the next stage would be awesome to define the peaceful man. I mean I have my idea, but what does it mean to paint a picture of the peaceful man; in other words the man or woman who seeks no inherent conflict with another. I actually have an amazing idea for a book cover already. The twenty-first century allows us to define what a notion of a peaceful human would be. Thank you. Jon

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A question came to me this morning: Love and abuse:

A fundamental question was posed to me this morning: When a particular situation or relationship contains strong elements of both love and abuse what does one do in terms of that relationship or situation? I am reminded of a book I read along my journey. It was about “Gaslighting;” a phenomenon drawn from a Bergman movie of the 50’s. The woman author, a therapist from NYC did not label it as such but I took her descriptions as referencing emotional abuse. She made a terrific point that in essence we must be willing to leave any relationship that was not functional. Whether we did or not was potentially another question, but the willingness must be there.

Leaving the familiar or being willing to do so; takes courage but for me I woke up on that side of the bed this morning. Perhaps a great day to work on my book today among other things. Peace and love, Jon

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Basic logic: Appreciation:

One of the stunning things about our existence is how much of a just basic sense we take from granted; as if we invented oxygen, water, the wonders of the human body and all of that. Surely there is much to be grateful for on a daily basis. Having wait that; I believe there is also a deep logic to our universe, not perfect for sure, but profound nonetheless.

Sincerely from Upper Falls mobile office.

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At the same time we learn more about about illnesses

There is an important movement by actress Glenn Close and others to destigmatize the entire issue of mental illness http://www.bringchange2mind.com The point bring many people have illnesses and afflictions; it is solely when they inflict them on others that it gets problematic. Even then we should, whenever possible am to aid the person in need.

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