He only earns his freedom and existence who daily conquers them anew.
- Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Free School Tiny Topics new! (with links to pages we’ve created for some of these topics below. It’s a work in progress…soon there will be pages for each topic.)
BS Detecting / Learn to Discern
Cognitive Bias Cheat Sheet by Buster Benson
Feelings Wheel and Mental Health Recovery
Moral Guides and DIY principles
Resisting Influence by Dr. Philip Zimbardo
Why We Forgive by Desmond Tutu
Attention Budget and Financial Budget (one document)
Difference Between Fair Shake and a Program
Free Books Programs (for incarcerated only)
Gizmos: Internet-Connected Phones
Sue’s Letter and Introduction to the Ownership Manual
Technology Tools – Computer and Internet
Wonderful World of Math and Improve Your Credit Score
Take a little time every day to become stronger emotionally!
We can’t eliminate anger, but we can manage it. We can make it a useful tool instead of one that demolishes.
In order to successfully manage frustration, you need to first understand what causes it.
When we put ourselves in a position to be vulnerable to another person’s opinion, we risk rejection.
When we feel sad, hopeless or depressed, we often feel like we don’t have a choice in how they are experienced
A shortened version of the original which was prepared by Dr. Philip Zimbardo and Cindy X. Wang.
We cannot always be pulled or pushed. Sometimes we just want to be interested in what we’re doing!
A list of tips to consider that can help you go through the transition process
To appreciate some of the cultural challenges a newly released prisoner has, consider these lifestyle differences.
Need more math skills? Concerned about your grammar? Looking to pick up more knowledge or skills?
At Fair Shake, we believe in the philosophy of Ubuntu, which will help to build our Social Fabric.
Beliefs have the ability to empower you, or limit you. Here you will find things to consider when choosing beliefs.
Recognizing your personal filters! Click here to learn about Cognitive Bias.
“Most of what I write is written for myself, first and foremost. I don’t share these ideas because I think I’m right and other people are wrong. I write them because I think I’m wrong, and correcting my own misjudgments on a public platform seems to help out a lot of other people in the process.”