I’m not exactly sure when it happened but fathers have been given a bad deal when compared to their counter parts for decades. The trend seems to follow how dads … Continue reading Restoring virtue back in Father’s Day
In an effort to provide helpful information for families dealing with trauma, I want to discuss dissociative disorders today. It is very important when parenting to provide a literal safe-haven … Continue reading Disorder danger
You know, I wasn’t going to say anything about the mass shootings. I was hoping that lawmakers would develop a conscience and do the right thing for the people — … Continue reading Enough is enough: To live by the sword is to die by the sword
With all the things that have happened since 2020 begin from the beginning of the pandemic to election issues and challenges with democracy, to job creation, gas prices, police shootings … Continue reading The crisis of meaning
There are some folks who believe that they can make up time. They kick up a lot of dirt to make it look like something is happening and then there … Continue reading The myth of making up lost time
I don’t know anybody who likes to be proven wrong. I mean imagine going full throttle in the wrong direction or with the wrong understanding. Some of us are really … Continue reading Self-check time!!!
The Stylistics made the song “Break up to make up” famous! Saying, “First you love me, then you hate me, that’s a game for fools.” Probably the worst thing about … Continue reading The big Break up
Guest written by Valerie M. Whittaker Happy Mother’s Day to all of the mothers and to you who serve as mothers! Webster’s Dictionary describes the verb tense of the word … Continue reading A special role: Mother
There is something to be said for being together. Our closeness or unity or connection to another person or group of folks quenches the thirsty we have for belonging. As … Continue reading A network of togetherness
Every now and then we should recognize those in our lives who help make things work. I’m taking about friends, family and co-workers that seem to be living part of … Continue reading You have real meaning with me
This is one of two times of the year where people are willing to engage in conversation about religion (Christmas time is the other one). There is much history and … Continue reading What does the Resurrection mean to you?
When you live in the Midwest the weather doesn’t always cooperate like you want it to. I mean don’t get me wrong I love the change in the seasons and … Continue reading Spring and baseball