May 14th, 2013, 01:58
I agree thanks for the balance, almost teared up with some of them. How refreshing it is to see people helping others in need and going out of their way to do so. It has almost become a no-no to do so with possible threats of litigation for trying to be the good guy. Can you imagine if someone was rear ended because a guy two cars ahead had stop in the left lane to help a pedestrian across the road? Oh the lawyers would lining up for that one.
I come away from watching the news these days and feel angry and frustrated. It's all death destruction and corruption. There was a time when the news always ended on an upbeat note, not so much now though. I now no longer make a point of trying to catch the 6pm news like I used to.
You know my wife's firm rents out spare office space to a therapy support company. She was talking to one of their counsellors just today and he is swamped with work, he's been doing it for 20 odd years and has never had so many angry and depressed patients under his care. I will leave it to you dear readers to come to your own conclusions as to why this might be so. But have YOU noticed how folks are strung out so tight these days.