In the wake of the school shootings, almost always perpetrated at the hands of young males, I am afraid that our boys are getting a bad rap. Yes, we are facing a crisis in our country. Children are being killed and the souls of their families and communities are similarly being destroyed. My heart breaks … Continue reading In Praise of Our Boys & How We Can Help Them
Sexy & Funny Cards Feb 22nd 2018 Written By Megan 3 Comments Hilarious and Suggestive Cards for Your Spouse Anyone else out there have trouble making the first move, even if it is with your spouse who you’ve loved for longer than you can remember? Hands raised? Just me? Okay, whether you’re like me or not, … Continue reading Sexy & Funny Cards
“I turned myself into a monster To fight against the monsters of the world” … Continue reading Why combat vets love Jordan Peterson
Difficult people are everywhere, like it or not. It’s pretty certain that at some point in your life you’ll come across a challenging person and will have to find a way to deal with them. It would be easy to think, “Why bother altogether” if being around them causes you grief. But it’s not as … Continue reading 7 Strategies to Deal with Difficult Family Members
Reject fear, choose love. This is a popular refrain and wonderful advice. Many believe that there are only two primal emotions in the human being, love and fear, and that we cannot feel both at once. And that, in the same way that light removes darkness, love can remove fear. The choice to reject fear … Continue reading Choosing Love Not Fear
Source: Axel Bueckert/Shutterstock Sexting, a portmanteau of sex and texting has been defined as sending ‘‘sexually suggestive, nude or nearly nude photos or videos of yourself’’ (Lenhart (2009, p. 16). However, the definition of sexting also includes the sending of sexually explicit text-based messages as well as sending suggestive or nude photos. Initially considered a deviant … Continue reading Does Sexting Have Benefits for Your Relationship?
“It seems every time I turn around someone is complaining or griping at me,” fumed Colin “My boss picks apart every report I turn in. My wife doesn’t like the way I drive. The kids hate the food I cook.” Colin’s tendency to overreact to even minor criticisms caused him needless pain and suffering. A … Continue reading How to Respond to Criticism