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weianow
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I have published a workbook and facilitator manual for anger management titled Anger Management: You Do Have a Choice.
I have published the following fictional novels:

The Riddle in Willow Grove
Looking Through Love's Eyes
Mystery in the High Country
Sarah Finds Love
3 Fillies & a Colt
You Are Mine

All novels can be found on amazon.com or by link on my website, cawworldwide.com.  "Looking Through Love's Eyes" can be found on Smashwords.com in all forms of e-readers.
I am semi-retired from the professional field but still hold a "non-active" Marriage and Family Therapist License with over 20 years experience in the mental health field. I have a variety of interests. I love animals, especially cats and horses. I like most sports. My favorites to watch are hockey and tennis.  I like all genres of music, but prefer Comtemporary Christian works and classical rock. I love the mountains; grew up in Colorado and currently live in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
 
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3 years ago
Don't Blink: Super Sonic Sport of Jai Alai

Jai alai may not be a mainstream sport, but it is a popular sport among gamblers and is considered the fastest game in history by many.

History
by weianow
3 years ago
Papillion's Escape from Devil's Island: Fact or Fiction

Alleged murdered Henri Charrière wrote about his escape from Devil's Island in the book Papillon; but, is the book mainly fact or fiction?

Entertainment
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3 years ago
So Long, Farewell, We Hardly Knew Ya: Ten Actors Who Died in Their Twenties

Potential for so much more fine works was lost when these ten actors died while still in their twenties.

History
by weianow
3 years ago
U.S. Black Eye: The Internment of Japanese-Americans During World War II

After the attack on Pearl Harbor Japanese Americans were forced from their homes and placed in camps in various locations in the United States. Some called them concentration camps; others referred to them as internment camps or relocation camps. Was this a blight on the historical landscape of America?

Sports
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3 years ago
You Joust? Surely you Jest

The game of jousting was prominent in medieval times and is making a surprise comeback in the modern world.

Entertainment
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3 years ago
The Iceman Cometh and Goeth: The Top Five Movies Starring Val Kilmer

Val Kilmer has played many different roles and accumulated quite a resume. Many movies could make a top five list. This is one version.

Entertainment
by weianow
3 years ago
The Gift That Keeps on Giving: Top Ten Money-Making Movie Franchises

Why do studios make sequel after sequel of a movie until it becomes a "franchise movie?" Some movies are huge money-makers and the studios want to cash in when they can. Here are the top ten money-making movie franchises.

Travel & Places
by weianow
3 years ago
The Bermuda Triangle: Urban Legend or Quirk of Nature?

There are many mysteries around the globe and one of the most puzzling is the Bermuda Triangle. Stories are in stark contrast to science; is the Bermuda Triangle really a pathway to alien homelands; a vortex to an underworld; or a freak area of nature?

History
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3 years ago
What in the World Happened to the Maya?

The disappearance of the Maya is one of the unsolved mysteries of ancient civilizations still puzzling scholars today.

History
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3 years ago
Who is That Masked Man? The Legend of the Ninja

Sometimes the myth outshines the reality and so it is, in some aspects, with the ninja warrior of Japan.

History
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4 years ago
The Legend of the Samurai Warrior

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History
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4 years ago
The Legend of the Kamikaze: Suicide Bombers in World War 2

Suicide Bombers of today have eerie similarity to the Kamikaze pilots in World War 2. Should they be considered in the same view?

Sports
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Travel & Places
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Health
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Entertainment
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4 years ago
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Myths and Legends of the Great Wall of China

The Great Wall of China is well known across the globe and there are many myths and legends surround the structure as well as the awe-inspiring facts.

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