I used to work as a part-time aide worker with the Parkland Class here in Red Deer.
As required by the company’s policy, I underwent a lot of seminars, usually on dealing with the different kinds of attitudes of clients or individuals.
I learned how to manage anger, and possibly replenish your attitude so that you can acquire a healthy, free from burdens of life.
I earned some techniques to control temper, and the affects of bad attitude, especially anger, grief, stress and fear.
Doug Smith is on his deathbed, and knows the end is near.
His nurse, his wife, his daughter and two sons are with him.
So, he says: "Bernie, I want you to take the Mayfair houses."
THE Christmas and New Year of the victims of the ever strongest Typhoon Haiyan or Typhoon Yolanda that struck the Philippines on November 8, 2013, would definitely rapturous entwined with high spirits—at any rate—for receiving more donations from good Samaritans in Central Alberta, Canada.
Just after the aftermath by Typhoon Haiyan that killed thousands of Filipino people and destroyed billions of pesos of infra-structures, aquatic and agricultural products and other real properties, the Filipino Communities, concerned citizens and organizations in Central Alberta immediately initiated fundraisings to help the victims of the disaster.
In Red Deer, the Philippine Canadian Association of Red Deer and District (PCARDD), remitted to Red Cross a grand total of $16,648.11 as of Nov. 29, 2013.
Jess Ramos, the Treasurer of the PCCARD, informed the officers and members of the association that the said amount was exclusively for Typhoon Haiyan Relief to the Philippines.