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Patra Frame: How to Stay Positive in Your Job Search

Wednesday, February 8th, 2012 HR Specialist Patra Frame on retaining a positive outlook during a job search. How do you stay positive during your job search? First of all, obviously any job search is an emotional rollercoaster. You get that call from a potential job and you’re high. The interview doesn’t come through and you’re really not feeling good. There are days when nobody calls you and you just feel terrible. So what do you do about all that, so that when that right opportunity presents itself, you’re ready, you’re positive and you’re up? First of all, you need to think about taking care of yourself. Not just taking care about the job search but taking care of yourself. And this can mean getting some exercise, which is a known anti-depressant on top of the fact of getting outside and getting a little fresh air or doing something that you really enjoy, pick up game that it might be, helps you just to feel better physically. Then you want to really think about the importance of making sometime for fun. Now I can hear you say, but Patra I can’t spend a lot of money. You know you can’t, but not all fun costs a lot of money. Can you get together with some friends? Can you go and have a picnic? Is there a local art museum or something that interests you in sports? Something else that you can do that you really enjoy? Maybe it’s a picnic down in front of a free band program at your local recreation center. Pick something that you enjoy. For me a good book solves a lot of problems

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    Tribute to the Police, Military, Special Forces and their K9s

    Monday, January 23rd, 2012

    This video that I put together is a picture tribute to the Police, the Military, SoF and the dogs that they use. A lifetime of work and commitment is put into a Police or Military Working Dog. They are often purchased at a price between -25000 USD – coming from fine European bloodlines. They are typically trained to attack on command, find drugs, bombs, and locate missing persons. Like the Officers and Militants they serve, they must have hard nerves, high pain tolerance, and fast adaptability.

    Army Records Search

    Monday, January 16th, 2012

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    Purple Heart’s Final Beat – A Soldier Suicide Story

    Saturday, January 7th, 2012

    Winner of Best Short Film of the Year and Best Editing for the Mitten Movie Project 2010, Royal Oak, MI Official Selection of the 2010 Blue Water Film Festival Official Selection of the 2011 Detroit Independent Film Festival, Central Florida Film Festival A cry for help from, dedicated to an old friend. This story is far too true, and far too common. Soldiers returning from war, only to be oppressed by the same system they swore allegiance to protect. This film chronicles the last day in the life of one soldier – or many – as countless veterans every month end their lives in desperation. Join the fight against the injustice visited, not just on veterans, but all capable parents robbed of their rights to see their children. Listen to Second Class Citizen founder Terrence Popp on Broadcast50 Podcast Radio: Suicide statistics gathered and verified by CBS. All end statistics were verified and collected by a 20-year combat veteran sergeant in the US Army. Non-public records were used in the gathering of these statistics. The federal government does not acknowledge the true numbers and its own statistics do not include Coast Guard, Reserve or National Guard. The public figure of 4.3% veteran divorce rate released is a cover up by the Pentagon. After all, if the standard rate for the population is 50%, how could there be such a drastic difference?

    Real People, Real Support: Prepaid Phone Cards

    Monday, November 8th, 2010

    Brittany and Robbie from Norwell, Massachusetts, heard about US soldiers overseas who couldn’t afford to call their families back home. Their solution: Collect donations to buy and send prepaid phone calls to soldiers overseas. Thus far, they’ve sent 450000 cards. Brittany and Robbie: Real people. Real support. To learn of ways *you* can support the troops, please visit

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    Monday, May 3rd, 2010

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