We should take good care of ourselves. Life is very precious. Whatever we are angry about, we should try to control our anger. Talk to someone. Talk to anybody who is willing to listen to you. Talking to someone whether is through chatting or blogging or even posting, you can reduce your anger by 50%.. If you don’t like to hear what you hear then don’t listen. Right ear in, left ear out. When people get into an argument all they think is to “win” “i am correct” and “You are wrong” thinking. Who is wrong and who is right doesn’t matter. Does it REALLY matter? What if you win in this argument, you don’t get any prize out of it, all you get is the ugly part of YOU. A person who is anger should calm down, go for a stroll down the mamak store, order a glass of ice teh tarik, sip down your throat, think of some happy memories. If you’re are still angry then what you can do is to give the other person “cold treatment”. Treat the person you’re angry as though he or she is invisible. After several cold treatment, please practise “Forgiveness”. A person who forgive and forgets lives a more enjoyable and happy life A sad person goes on with their life, a happy person also goes on with their life. Why not be a HAPPY PERSON instead. Keep in mind that nothing cannot be solve. Everything can be solve. If you cannot solve it leave it to the “flow”….. . just like the chinese proverbs “When the boat passes under the bridge, it’ll go rightly straight through the arch of the bridge”
Case 1 – in Malaysia
Recently there was one gruesome case where a couple was found dead for 2 – 3 days in their 22nd Condominium Idaman Sutera, Setapak here (I live in this Condomium too – not at their floor). No neighbour report about this until the sister smell the strong smell and only break into the house. The deceased were identified as taxi driver Gerard Lopez Robert Lopez, 44, who was found near the living room with slash wounds on both wrists. His wife Brenda Lizabeth Karen Pareira, 43, a secretary, was found on a bed with slash wounds to her abdomen. The couple had three children aged between 12 and 18 who were living with their relatives.
Saw in today’s The Star newspaper, their obituary. They look very loving from what i see. Not like angry person type.
Woman finds bodies of brother and sister-in-law
KUALA LUMPUR: A woman stumbled upon a gruesome scene when she went to visit her brother – she found him and his wife dead with slash wounds in their home in Setapak here yesterday.
The woman, who went to the house located on the 22nd floor of Sutra Condominium Idaman, Jalan Gombak, at 2pm, got whiff of a strong smell and immediately realised something was wrong. Her calls had also gone unanswered.
The sister then broke into the house before stumbling upon the horrific scene and immediately called the police.
Sentul OCPD Asst Comm Zakaria Pagan said the deceased were identified as taxi driver Gerard Lopez Robert Lopez, 44, who was found near the living room with slash wounds on both wrists.
His wife Brenda Lizabeth Karen Pareira, 43, a secretary, was found on a bed with slash wounds to her abdomen.
“We believe the couple have been dead for the past two days,” ACP Zakaria said, adding that there were no signs of a break-in.
Police also recovered a blood-stained machete believed to have been used in the killing.
Sources did not rule out the possibility of a murder-suicide but were awaiting post-mortem results before deciding the cause of death.
It was learnt the couple had three children aged between 12 and 18 who were living with their relatives.
The bodies of the couple were sent to the Kuala Lumpur Hospital for a post-mortem.
Here’s the article to this news Link
Case 2- Singapore
Today news is another case where a father and his son fell to their deaths from an apartment block within two hours of each other, news reports said yesterday. The son, Selvaraja Suppiah, 26, fell on Saturday after he had locked his parents and other family members in the apartment, the Straits Times reported. When civil defense officers freed the family and discovered the body of the dead son on the foot of the block, his father, Nadeson Suppiah, 55, became hysterical and jumped to his death.
He gets home late and drunk Angered by mum’s questions, he locks family in flat…
IN LESS than 90 minutes on Saturday night, one family suffered the full range of anguish – from rage to horror, despair and shock.
In the end, the family was left to grieve for two lives – a son and his father – at Telok Blangah Way.
It began in rage when Mr Selvaraja Suppiah, 26, a security officer, became angered by his mother’s questions.
‘Why are you drinking so much?’ she had asked, relatives told The New Paper. ‘Where have you been? Why are you coming back late?’
The young man was tipsy from having attended a party. And although it was almost midnight, he wanted to head out again with his cousin, who was at their ninth-storey flat in Block 33.
He had just called his uncle – who lives with the cousin – to ask for permission for them to stay out late.
But Raja, as his family called him, lost his temper and started quarrelling with them.
Voices were raised, but no one expected the turn the night was about to take.
Incensed, Raja grabbed the house key, which was hanging by the door, and rushed out.
He padlocked the front gate outside the door, locking his parents, younger sister and cousin inside.
As his stunned family watched from inside the flat, Raja, the eldest of three children, climbed onto one of the many flowerpots the family kept along the corridor outside their three-room flat.
When they realised what he was about to do, his father, property agent Suppiah Nadeson, 55, and his mother, housewife Malliga Veerapan, in her 40s, both shouted: ‘No! Stop! Stop!’
But it was too late.
They watched helplessly, locked in horror, as he leapt from the parapet, into the darkness below…
Link to news