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Free Therapy # 43: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

All that we are is the result of what we have thought; It is founded on our thoughts, It is made up of our thoughts. If a man speaks or acts with a pure thought, Happiness follows him, Like a shadow that never leaves him. Buddha When I first got into the counseling profession in [...]

Just Sayin’: What Do I Leave the Kids?

I’m sure everyone who has ever lived in a home with a garage has faced this dilemma at one time or another. I know there are those of you whose garage always looks your living room, or at least your study. Neat, orderly, put away, arranged just so . . . and even room left [...]

Flanagan Trail to Chamise Peak – 700 ft. Climb to Unbelievable Vistas

If you want a grand view of the amazing, vast beauty of Shasta County and beyond, then grab the family, your camera, your dog and hike to the top of Chamise Peak! It will not disappoint! Located north of Redding and east of Keswick Reservoir, this moderate-sometimes-steep hike is only 2.4 miles to the top. [...]

Mistress of the Mix: Water We Gonna Do?

I played by the rules, and now my tomatoes are dead. Yes, I was one of those people who took the city of Redding’s new water restrictions to heart, and I’m kind of sorry I did. Northern Californians have actually been doing a bang up job conserving water since the Governor declared a drought back [...]

Free Therapy # 42: ‘We Cannot Change Our Shadow Until We Accept and Embrace It’

“There is no light without shadow and no psychic wholeness without imperfection. To round itself out life…calls not for perfection but for completeness and for this the ‘thorn in the flesh’ is needed, the suffering of defects without which there is no progress and no ascent.” – Carl Jung My wife and I recently returned [...]

State Sen. Ted Gaines Seeks to Add Jail Space Through Legislation

A ride-along with Redding police and a tour of the Shasta County Jail simply reinforced what state Sen. Ted Gaines expected when Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law the Public Safety Realignment Act, the Rocklin Republican told Redding business owners on Tuesday. “This is a community overrun with crime,” Gaines said at a meeting of [...]

Family Environment Helps Create Zero Waste at Chicobag

It’s easy to get skeptical when you hear words like making a difference and changemaker used to describe corporations and their sustainability efforts. Wonder what it all means and if the high praise is deserved? A company in Chico is working hard to both grow its business and to be a force for good in [...]

Joann Lockwood,1940-2014: ‘She was the friend everyone wished to have’

Joann Lockwood, 74, passed away peacefully at home with her family by her side on Wednesday, July 30, 2014 in Redding, California. Joann was born in Redding to Ira M. Shadwell and Jane Brouillard. She went to Magnolia Elementary School, Sequoia Middle School, and Shasta High School. Following graduation from Shasta High, she attended the [...]

Update: SCAC Provides Video of Town Hall Meeting on Crime

Click here to watch the full video of  RPD’s town hall meeting held in the McLaughlin Auditorium on Tues. Aug. 30. Video produced and provided by the Shasta County Arts Council. At his last quarterly town hall meeting on crime, Redding Police Chief Robert Paoletti faced a polite audience of about 40 people. On an [...]

Or So it Seems … Thank You For Being My Friend

“A friend is a gift you give yourself” Robert Louis Stevenson Mom used to say that, if you want to know who you’re friends are, get into trouble and see who sticks. When I was in grade school, I found this to be so true. Most of my buddies, a small group of miscreants, all [...]

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