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Wanted to share this helpful tool with anyone who needs it. A lot of people have a hard time putting their feelings into words and identifying what emotions they are feeling. This is called a feeling wheel. It can help you get to the core emotion you are experiencing and help you name each feeling when you’re overwhelmed with many emotions

findingmyrecovery:

Wanted to share this helpful tool with anyone who needs it. A lot of people have a hard time putting their feelings into words and identifying what emotions they are feeling. This is called a feeling wheel. It can help you get to the core emotion you are experiencing and help you name each feeling when you’re overwhelmed with many emotions

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Cards Dwyer arrested on charges of aggravated assault 
Arizona Cardinals running back Jonathan Dywer was arrested in Arizona on Wednesday on charges related to domestic violence. According to the CBS Evening News, Dwyer is facing charges of aggravated assault and preventing someone from calling 911.
Tyler Baldwin of Arizona’s 3TV reports a source informed him that Dwyer was in the locker room Wednesday during media availability. He was pulled from practice to answer police questions. Afterwards he was taken to the station to answer more questions and later arrested.
According to Baldwin, police arrested Dwyer because of an alleged fight with his wife, Kayla, from a while ago. She saved the records of her injuries, and just now reported the attack to the authorities.
The Associated Press reports that the counts “aggravated assault causing a fracture” was against a 27-year-old victim on July 21.
Neighbors heard the fight and called police, who showed up at the residence. Police Sgt. Trent Crump said Dwyer hid in the bathroom until police left. The next day, Crump said Dwyer snatched the woman’s cellphone and threw it from the second floor of their home to prevent her from calling police about another dispute.
The woman came forward last week, providing police with information about her injuries and text messages that indicated Dwyer “was going to harm himself because of what had been going on,” police said.
The Cardinals said they became aware of the situation on Wednesday and are cooperating with the investigation. Dwyer has been deactivated from all team activities including this weeks’ game against the San Francisco 49ers. The NFL said the case will be reviewed under the league’s personal-conduct policy.
Dwyer’s arrest comes on the same day that the Panthers placed defensive end Greg Hardy on the Exempt/Commissioner’s Permission list. Hardy, who’s awaiting a jury trial on domestic violence charges, won’t be able to participate in any team activities until his legal issues are resolved.

The arrest also comes less than 24 hours after the NFL announced that it would be hiring four women to serve as advisers to Roger Goodell to help shape the NFL’s stance on domestic violence (Photo: Bruce Kluckhohn/USA TODAY Sports)

kickoffcoverage:

Cards Dwyer arrested on charges of aggravated assault

Arizona Cardinals running back Jonathan Dywer was arrested in Arizona on Wednesday on charges related to domestic violence. According to the CBS Evening News, Dwyer is facing charges of aggravated assault and preventing someone from calling 911.

Tyler Baldwin of Arizona’s 3TV reports a source informed him that Dwyer was in the locker room Wednesday during media availability. He was pulled from practice to answer police questions. Afterwards he was taken to the station to answer more questions and later arrested.

According to Baldwin, police arrested Dwyer because of an alleged fight with his wife, Kayla, from a while ago. She saved the records of her injuries, and just now reported the attack to the authorities.

The Associated Press reports that the counts “aggravated assault causing a fracture” was against a 27-year-old victim on July 21.

Neighbors heard the fight and called police, who showed up at the residence. Police Sgt. Trent Crump said Dwyer hid in the bathroom until police left. The next day, Crump said Dwyer snatched the woman’s cellphone and threw it from the second floor of their home to prevent her from calling police about another dispute.

The woman came forward last week, providing police with information about her injuries and text messages that indicated Dwyer “was going to harm himself because of what had been going on,” police said.

The Cardinals said they became aware of the situation on Wednesday and are cooperating with the investigation. Dwyer has been deactivated from all team activities including this weeks’ game against the San Francisco 49ers. The NFL said the case will be reviewed under the league’s personal-conduct policy.

Dwyer’s arrest comes on the same day that the Panthers placed defensive end Greg Hardy on the Exempt/Commissioner’s Permission list. Hardy, who’s awaiting a jury trial on domestic violence charges, won’t be able to participate in any team activities until his legal issues are resolved.

The arrest also comes less than 24 hours after the NFL announced that it would be hiring four women to serve as advisers to Roger Goodell to help shape the NFL’s stance on domestic violence (Photo: Bruce Kluckhohn/USA TODAY Sports)

Filed under Football is getting so tough to watch because all of this just keeps happening WTF is it with football that you don't see this sort of criminal regularity in any other sport