Monthly Archives: January 2014

Good Boy Bad Boy

by Robert Lanz, LCSW “On and on it went, lives measured in inches and seconds and deaths avoided by complete accident.”  – Sebastian Junger, War The 300-pound, heavily tattooed 20-year-old man could not have been a more stereotypical gangster: shaved head, … Continue reading

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Epiglotittis

by Robert J. Lanz, LCSW Epiglottitis is a kid’s disease, an inflammation of the epiglottis.  It is serious at any age, but if you make it to adulthood without getting it, then you should be all right.  Should is the … Continue reading

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A Boy Named Bob

by Robert J. Lanz, LCSW (More than one reader suggested I lighten things up this week after that cop story. Too heavy I guess. Anyway, your sentiments are appreciated and well taken.  Doesn’t get much lighter than this in the … Continue reading

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Sarge

by Robert Lanz, LCSW (There a story that all beginning Buddhists learn and it goes like this: Two Buddhist monks are walking along a forest path and one of them falls into a very deep hole. The other monk looks … Continue reading

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