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A Chaplain Reflects on the Parkland School Shooting on the One-Year Anniversary

By Chaplain Bob Ossler Valentine’s Day represents romance and love for couples—or lack of—for anxious, lonely singles. However, for parents, family, and friends of the 17 victims (14 students, 3 staff) of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas School shooting in 2018, … Continue reading

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Book Review by Angelina Assanti-SWFL Online: Triumph Over Terror

Read the latest book review from Angelina Assanti in the Southwest Florida Online journal. This Week’s Featured Author – Bob Ossler Chaplain Article by: Angelina Assanti In this week’s edition of “Between the Covers,” we feature the writing team of Bob … Continue reading

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Overwhelmed by ADHD? Don’t Give Up

Working on our book on strategies for harnessing ADHD can be overwhelming. Janice Hall Heck,  my collaborator on this book, is a toastmaster for detail, but I love it. I’ve felt overwhelmed in school and life many times in my … Continue reading

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September 11 Ground Zero Heroes

by Chaplain Bob Ossler and Janice Hall Heck “Heroes may not be braver than anyone else. They’re just braver five minutes longer.” Ronald Reagan First responders, emergency workers, firefighters, police officers, construction workers search and rescue teams, search and recovery … Continue reading

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ADD/ADHD: Impulsive Artist

A short attention span is generally seen as a negative. In my case, I called it curiosity. I wanted to know everything, see everything, do everything. I couldn’t do this very well sitting on a hard seat in a classroom. … Continue reading

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ADD/ADHD: Misbehavior or Undiagnosed Learning Disorder?

I admit it. I was a naughty boy. But, I wasn’t bad on purpose. I just managed to get myself in hot water just about every day. Daydreaming. Constantly up and out of my seat. Excessive talking. Unfinished work. Totally … Continue reading

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A.D.D. GUY: Taming Impulsivity

By Bob Ossler with Janice Hall Heck Being an impatient person and living in an impatient world caused frustration for me and those around me. As an young adult in the military, my distractibility caused me to go in so … Continue reading

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