Posts tagged "tragedy"

Maintaining Dreams of Boston After Tragedy

Maintaining Dreams of Boston After Tragedy
As you may know, I am an avid runner. As I sat at my desk this afternoon, I found myself engrossed into the Boston Marathon and keeping track of how all of the elites were doing. Once all of the them crossed the finish line, I kept track of friends and people who I knew... Read more »

Connecticut School Tragedy: Remembering Sandy Hook

Connecticut School Tragedy: Remembering Sandy Hook
My last two posts have been dealing with tragedy  in the NFL. Both of those tragedies did not compare to the sadness and grief that I felt today when I heard about the Connecticut school shooting, which involved the murder of innocent elementary school children. This morning, I was shocked and sadness as I followed... Read more »

Tragedy Strikes Again Within the NFL

Tragedy Strikes Again Within the NFL
It is now another Saturday. It is just not any Saturday. It is another weekend of tragedy within the NFL. Unfortunately, it has hit another team – the Dallas Cowboys.  Just last weekend and during the past week, the Kansas City Chiefs spent time grieving over the loss of a teammate, Jovan Belcher. The Cowboys... Read more »
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Jovan Belcher, KC Chiefs Tragedy Examined With a Sport Psychology Prospective

Jovan Belcher, KC Chiefs Tragedy Examined With a Sport Psychology Prospective
This is an article that I did not plan to write about. It was a topic that completely fell in my lap on Saturday morning. I woke up, opened up my iPhone, and saw the headline involving the murder-suicide in Kansas City involving Jovan Belcher. My first reaction was in shock followed by sadness. I... Read more »

London or BUST: 2012 Olympics Introspective – Day 12

London or BUST: 2012 Olympics Introspective – Day 12
I am going to change it up in today’s post. The main theme of the day will be controversy and tragedy. There were quite a few moments of both today. Here’s a summary of them: Cheating and Cheaters don’t always get caught In an article posted on Yahoo, South African Cameron van der Burgh admitted... Read more »