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Richard A.
Wurtzlert Sr -

Richard Anthony, Sr. Beloved husband of the late Atha Wurtzler and Toni Funk. Dear father of Antoinette (Jerry) Eaton, Richard Anthony Wurtzler, Jr., John Anthony (Amy) Wurtzler, Mark Anthony (Mary) Wurtzler and the late Kathryn Lynn Wurtzler. Loving grandfather of numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Also survived by his siblings Carol Mahon, Bob and Hank Wurtzler, as well as, numerous nieces, nephews & dear friends. Richard was an employee of Cincinnati Milacron for 36 years and a volunteer at Mercy Franciscan Terrace for 16 years. He loved playing pool with family and friends. Passed away Friday August 23, 2013 at age 80. Visitation at the St. Clare Convent Chapel, 60 Compton Rd., Springfield Twp., Thursday from 9 AM until Mass of Christian Burial at 10 AM. Memorials may be directed to the American Cancer Society , SW Region Office, 2808 Reading Rd., Cinti., OH 45206. Condolences at ************************************************* 1. Henry I.... (more)

Mental Health
py exposed
– by st. louis therapist

daniel leeman,
lcsw with...

Psychotherapy Exposed: The Unconscious By: Daniel Leeman, LCSW Dr. Lena Pearlman & Associates “The Unconscious is nothing other than that which we have been unable to formulate in clear concepts” (Alfred Adler 1956). Unraveling the mystery of the unconscious moves us from something that seems like science fiction, to modern science, and we are able to see why theory like this is so important. Since the creation of the idea of, ‘The Unconscious,’ neuroscience, psychiatry, psychology, counseling, and social work have developed a sharper idea of what the unconscious means and represents. While still an important abstract idea, recent research has given us insight into what early psychotherapists first saw when they treated their patients. Originally the unconscious and it’s function was mapped using abstract ideas such as... (more)

What Is Mica?
Mica is a naturally occurring mineral, based on a group of silicate minerals composed of varying amounts of aluminum, potassium, magnesium, iron and water having thin sheet-like or plate-like structure with different composition and physical properties. All Mica form flat six-sided monoclinic crystals with a remarkable cleavage in the direction of large surfaces, which permits them to be easily cleaved into optically flat films. When cleaved into thin films, they remain tough and elastic even at high temperatures. Mica possesses some of the most outstanding combinations of chemical, physical, electrical, thermal and mechanical properties which cannot found in any other insulating product. Mica is a biaxial birefringent crystal. Its average refractive index in the visible spectrum is about 1.6. Because of its birefringence, it can be used to cause a phase delay between two orthogonal components of an... (more)

personal forgiveness
"Father, forgive them for they don't know what they are doing" (Luke 23:34a). If you wish to see forgiveness, look to the cross of Christ. There you will see forgiveness in its purest form. Even as the Savior hung upon the cross, even as every one of the world's sins -- your sins, my sins, everybody's sins -- rested upon Him, even as men gambled for His clothing and laughed at His pain, He called out: "Father, forgive them for they don't know what they are doing" (Luke 23:34a). Do you prefer forgiveness to be more personal? Look into your own heart, at your own conscience, and know the worst sins that you find there are -- because of Jesus' suffering, death, and resurrection -- gone. Forgiveness? Look to the cross and remember that place where died all our dark and devious deeds, all our foul and filthy feelings. Forgiveness? Look to the cross where your forgiveness was won. Look into the Savior's empty, open tomb and see His victory.... (more)

The NZacher
2016 -
Another 3
years on from my last post

Hello Internet. It's me again. It's been a while. I hope you have been well. I hope that you've had a decent amount of happiness during my absence. Seriously, I really hope that you've been mostly happy because what you're about to read is an "eye rolling - oh no here he goes again" segment. I guess I'll jump straight to it. Here I am three years on where my heart has been ripped to shreds and reassembled together - twice. I really don't know what to say to that anymore and I'm not sure how much more I can take this. I feel like every effort that I've made to secure happiness somehow just seems to fall apart. I feel trapped in my current situation as I don't see any way out of it. I am aware that every hardship is temporary but for me it's more of a case where I don't think I can take another hit of this. So, the plan this year (and possibly) the next few years was the following: 1. Get together with someone i.e. girlfriend 2. Secure a home in this challenging housing market 3. Go... (more)

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