September 4, 2012
the strange foreign feeling of getting over an unwanted break up.
May 9, 2012
it’s hard to think of anything to do for my mother for mother’s day when she is the most discouraging person in the world. everything always has to be her way. am i going to become that kind of parent in the future? i really don’t want to be.
May 21, 2011
I really didn’t feel the need to talk about this since it’s a load of crock, but because I realized that so many families are being affected by Harold Camping’s apocalyptic prediction, it’s an issue that has to be mentioned. Why? Because it’s an issue that presents weighted consequences. A mother was recently reported to […]
December 15, 2010
People have wrestled with a pervasive question throughout the history of humanity: “Why is life so unfair?” A friend once made a profound point about the way we experience our depression whenever we trip over an unpleasant doozie on the road: “It’s not so much the unfortunate circumstance that causes our depression. It’s the question […]
August 31, 2010
It’s always during the deep hours of the night (and, by the way, it just has to be while you’re comfortably laying on your bed propped up with three pillows and snuggled under two goose-down blankets) that you start to particularly be unimpressed with the temporary nature of our lives. You groan and open your […]