Sifting Through Safety

I recommended it for at least 3 years. I’d known about it for four or five now. A book by Christian psychologists: Henry Cloud and John Townsend,¬†Safe People, a book on understanding why boundaries are important and how to be aware of traits and people who...

Gossip or Venting? You decide.

It’s ironic to me that the easiest way to vent is the most public yet least visited. I range between 1 and 20 page views on an average month. That’s not unique visitors. For unique visitors, the range is between 1 and 5. I’m not always sure if my...

Action vs. Thought

In my consensus training, we were reminded the importance of stopping and not doing anything. This is in many regards the complete opposite of how we are trained. We are trained to do. We are trained to act. We are trained to keep in motion. We are not trained to...

Topsy Turvy

“Don’t do that,” I scolded Levi as he tried to crash into me with one of his attack hugs. “Why not?” he asked. “Because, I’m all topsy-turvy.” “What do you mean, ‘topsy-turvy’?” he queried....

The Everyday

There was a time I would get really bored with the day-to-day, yearning for something else – travel, excitement, something more. There was a time that, when single and living alone, I would visit my sister every weekend. There was a time, when single, that I had...
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