“As a probation officer for the County of San Diego, I had the privilege of referring Juveniles on my case load to a program by the name of Operation S.O.Y.L. Inc., ( Operation Saving Our Youth's Lives Inc.), which was founded and managed by Mr. Etheridge, it taught youth how to resist peer pressure, self-discipline, anger management and addressed gang involvement. It was a highly effective program and parents were extremely pleased with the changes that they saw in their children. Mr. Etheridge has a wonderful rapport with young people as well as their families.
Paulette C. Evans, MPA
Intake Officer Dept., of Juvenile Justice
Hampton Court Services Unit
"The Leading Authority on Military Veterans and Anger Management"
San Diego and the Hampton Roads area
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On Oct. 9th 2014 by Forbes contributing author: Travis Bradberry
Author of: Emotional Intelligence 2.0
"Great article for individuals who are habitually stressed. The bottom line is this: One has to be ever vigilant i.e., cognizant of self in regards to all situations. This allows one to consistently empower his or herself by feeling and understanding the psychological and physiological changes within their body which are triggers that facilitate chronic or acute stress. Now that one has become aware of the dynamics within their particular situation (in the here and now), one must execute whatever strategy that consistently gives him or her the highest probability to manage one's stress, after which one needs to perpetually, practice, practice and practice. DCAMF"