Posts Tagged ‘Domestic Violence’

Domestic Violence is Real, and it’s Serious There have been two murder-suicides in Dallas in as many days. Domestic Violence is a real and serious crime and far too often it goes unreported and when it is reported, many times little or nothing is done about it until it’s too late. As a victim of […]

In the introduction of Jennifer Aaker and Andy Smith’s recent bestseller, The Dragonfly Effect, there’s a great quote about promoting your personal goals.   The book says, “To be successful, you must translate your passion into a powerful story and tell it in a way that generates ‘contagious energy,’ so that your audience reflects on your […]

There’s no other accurate way to say it: 2011 is off with a bang. My apologies for the break in posts here the past week. I’ve been on the run with about 15 projects that are keeping me going, going and going. Yesterday, in the DFW area alone, I drove 138.6 miles and had three […]

On my Alexa bar this morning was a URL headline: Domestic Dispute: I almost went to jail.  My Blackberry saved my ass. I’ve been almost in this place before on more than one occasion. God, I hated reading this thread, but the overall deduction from my own personal experiences and the commentors are this: The […]

Image via Wikipedia It’s over.  Goodbye 2010. For me, as you’ve seen from the previous six posts, it’s been a year of great upheaval in my life.  There have been more dark times and valleys in this past year–maybe to outshine all the others combined.  Ones I am convinced I’ve passed through for a reason, […]

For as long as I can remember, I’ve found great comfort in the thought that indeed, everything happens for a reason.  My maternal grandmother really felt that way and it’s been passed through her on to me and hopefully, down to my girls.   But there have been events in 2010 that wouldn’t have been possible […]

The year 2010 has brought me around half circle on my beliefs about what America has become and where it is going.  After 25 years of good, trusting relationships with law enforcement officers at all levels–college police, city police, county sheriffs and deputies, state troopers, police chiefs, detectives, state trooper colonels and FBI agents, and […]

Something’s wrong in America. I hate to say that the day after our nation’s 234th birthday, but there are many things that have gone bad and I’m not seeing much on the horizon to fix it. All my life I’ve had a great love for our nation.  My father was an Air Force B-52 pilot.  […]

UPDATE:  The video from June 19th’s visit is now posted below. You’ll want to see it. It’s hard to believe it’s been 60 days since since her estranged husband broke into the home of Veronica Galaviz, and tried to kill her before setting her house on fire and then committing suicide, but that’s what happened […]

I helped put together a news conference yesterday with Julie Lucio of Lucio, LaFleur and Associates and their client, Veronica Galaviz.  Veronica is lucky to be alive. (That's her to the left in the photo below; Julie is to the right.)  Last Wednesday morning at 1:30 she awoke to find her estranged husband in her […]

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