Posted on Wednesday, April 18, 2012
in Emotional, How To, Relational, Social, Spiritual, Values
Taxes are due this week. Tax preparers prepare tax returns, but what’s a dad to do with his drunk son who lives with his ex-wife? 1
Let me explain.
Desean loved his friends. It’s not that he disliked his family, he just loved to get out of his noisy, cramped apartment to have fun.
One night, a Wednesday night, at 11:30 P.M. you got a call from your ex. She snarled, “Is D there? He hasn’t come home.”
He hadn’t. You hadn’t any idea why she was asking, but based on her tone of voice she was angry, frustrated and scared.
Posted on Tuesday, October 18, 2011
in Emotional, Relational, Social, Values
Brandon and Susie Kline got married last week. They brought together family, friends, faith, fun and laughs.
You and I react emotionally to a photo like this even if you don’t know the couple.
Our thoughts, feelings, beliefs and musings about marriage come from somewhere. We are all affected by nature and nurture — by genetics and environment — and by culture, both corrupt and commendable.
Marriage. It’s just a word, but we react to it.
For many of us, the feelings about the word run deep. They echo into the past and resound with feelings buried deeper than we realize.