Why are we all so Angry?

Ok this is going to be short & sweet bc Joyll is on some medication for all mankind lol. I just want to quickly ask…Why Are We All So Angry? I log onto twitter for 5 mins & I see there’s beef between 2 hip hop “artists” and that others are initiating it & fanning it!

Seriously people, I’d venture to say that most of you would be terribly upset if something happens to either one of these gentlemen because of your constant instigation so STOP IT.

The focus of this post though is anger. In the past few weeks, we seen men kill their wives and family and themselves because their angry. We’ve seen people brutally murder their co-workers because their ANGRY. The questions are simple, why are we all so angry & what can ve done to better alleviate this anger before it boils over & we end up with all these violent & senseless deaths?

I mean, is it the economy, the state of the world, television & the media, or maybe its the hormone packed foods that many of us eat these days. We tend to be so aggressive, that often times when we hear about others & their unspeakable acts, we react with so little emotional involvement that its almost a lack thereof.

These days, it is so important to remind ourselves & each other that we are HUMAN & we should continue treating each other & living as such.

This is Joyll Cambridge,
The Humanist Exec,
Have a fantastically wonderful day!

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The quirkyness of family….

Sigh… family…..Woah….family. Having grown up in European society I think I have a different definition of family than most. IMO family should support you as best they can & when they don’t agree with your decisions they should simply step back in support but silent dissension. If the choices you make are good ones well, then they are good. The opposite, well hopefully whatever lesson you needed to learn from the situation you carry with you throughout life.

All of our families have their own quirks. Their way of communicating, or not. Their way of actual interaction or not. Their way of providing support or not. And sadly their way of coping with tragedy or not. If a family’s infrastructure is strong than it can face any adversity & conquer it & take those lessons learned forward with them. Sadly the American family structure is so irrevocably broken that most do not handle these types of situations well & anger & venom spew forth until the family unit collapses or nearly so. The question is, how do we repair the broken American Family? This is actually going to be an on-going series & I don’t want to be the only one involved in the discussion. So weigh in & give me some suggestions, because as we all know too well, it’s impossible for one person so have all the answers.


This is Joyll Cambridge, The Humanist Exec.
Have a fantastically wonderful day!

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