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November 23, 2004
WE LIVE in a time of rage. Road-ragers challenge each other on the highways. Anger management classes are a growth industry. In Baltimore and too many other places in this country, up close and personal killings are an almost daily occurrence. And every now and then, someone just starts shooting wildly - at co-workers, or fellow students, or folks they don't even know. Such Columbine moments are just the extreme for a society in which the popular culture - the popular music, images, language - ripples with confrontation, if not outright violence.
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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | May 1, 2014
— Ravens running back Ray Rice rejected a plea offer Thursday that would spare him jail time on charges that he assaulted his then-fiancee, and instead asked the court to put him in a program under which he could eventually clear his record. With his status in the NFL still undetermined, Rice made his first court appearance since being charged by an Atlantic County grand jury with one count of third-degree aggravated assault. He is accused of knocking Janay Palmer unconscious during an altercation in the Revel Casino in February, an incident that authorities say was caught on video by a security camera.
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | June 27, 2012
I don't like Charlie Sheen, and I thought the online mania over him last year after he was fired by CBS was a sign from God that American culture was in a very bad place and needed divine intervention to be saved. Given the political landscape these days, I'm not feeling any better about American culture, but I like Sheen's new FX sitcom "Anger Management"  a lot more than I thought I would. "Not only do I like it, as in, "Gee, that was a lot more fun to watch than 95 percent of the braindead network sitcoms I screen," I am impressed by it, as in, "Yikes, this thing actually looks like it might have something to say about American life today.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | August 5, 2013
Stable Options LLC will be hosting a part-one certification training in the Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association Model of EAP and EAL at Hunting Ground Farm, 2002 Whiteford Road, Whiteford, from Oct. 10 to 12. Stable Options is owned by Michelle Sayre, LCSW-C and EAGALA certified mental health provider. Equine assisted psychotherapy (EAP ) is a growing experiential modality which incorporates horses for emotional growth and learning. Each session is a collaborative effort facilitated by a mental health professional and equine specialist.
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By Laura Loh and Laura Loh,SUN STAFF | October 9, 2003
This time next year, University of Maryland researchers will launch a $2 million federal study to find out whether a program being used in Anne Arundel County classrooms can change how children treat one another, school officials told the Board of Education yesterday. The study will look at the effectiveness of Second Step, a behavior education program used in 15,000 schools nationwide, including more than 50 in Anne Arundel and several in Baltimore. Programs that teach young pupils skills such as conflict resolution and anger management can affect how they perform academically later, said Professor Gary Gottfredson, who is leading the study.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 4, 2005
Anger Management / Nissan Pavilion Rap titans Eminem and 50 Cent headline Anger Management Tour 3 tomorrow night at Nissan Pavilion at Stone Ridge, 7800 Cellar Door Drive in Bristow, Va. Show starts at 7, and tickets, $54-$83, are available through Ticketmaster by calling 410-547-SEAT or visiting www.ticketmaster.com Sunday in the Country / Merriweather Country stars Jo Dee Messina, Keith Urban and Sugarland will lead the WPOC Sunday in the Country show at Merriweather Post Pavilion, 10475 Little Patuxent Parkway in Columbia, Sunday beginning at noon.
NEWS
July 20, 2005
Paper blizzard hurting companies' competitive edge A University of California study from Berkeley found that in 2002, the world's offices used 43 percent more paper than in 1999, according to office products firm Esselte, based in Stamford, Conn. All that paper increases office chaos - workers lose things more easily - and reduces efficiency. By overlooking the importance of getting organized, many companies are missing out on gaining a competitive edge on their competitors, said Magnus Nicolin, the company's president and chief executive officer.
NEWS
March 6, 2005
North Arundel Hospital names vice president North Arundel Hospital has named Mary T. Jozwik vice president of quality and patient safety. Jozwik's experience includes working as director of utilization management at Johns Hopkins Health Care in Glen Burnie, vice president of medical management at Ascendia Healthcare Management in Owings Mills and as vice president of clinical operations and quality at Prince George's Hospital Center's Dimensions Healthcare...
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | April 7, 2005
Ravens cornerback Samari Rolle was placed on probation for 11 months and 29 days by judge Al Nations of the Williamson County General Sessions Court yesterday after a domestic dispute in February. Rolle was arrested and charged with assault after an altercation with his wife at the couple's home in Brentwood, Tenn., on Feb. 15. Danisha Rolle was treated and released from a local hospital that night for a cut over her left eye that required three stitches. According to police, Rolle struck his wife during an argument.
ENTERTAINMENT
By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | June 27, 2012
I don't like Charlie Sheen, and I thought the online mania over him last year after he was fired by CBS was a sign from God that American culture was in a very bad place and needed divine intervention to be saved. Given the political landscape these days, I'm not feeling any better about American culture, but I like Sheen's new FX sitcom "Anger Management"  a lot more than I thought I would. "Not only do I like it, as in, "Gee, that was a lot more fun to watch than 95 percent of the braindead network sitcoms I screen," I am impressed by it, as in, "Yikes, this thing actually looks like it might have something to say about American life today.
NEWS
April 4, 2010
The Anne Arundel Conflict Resolution Center will hold a five-week session of anger management training from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Mondays, beginning Monday and continuing through May 3. Classes are designed to help participants learn to channel anger in a positive direction. Classes include group discussions and exercises and cover topics such as identifying anger triggers, conflict styles, coping strategies and taking responsibility. Classes, which will be held at the center's offices at 2666 Riva Road in Annapolis, cost $175 and include all materials.
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