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THE SUMMER I LEARNED TO RUN AT FEAR

THE SUMMER I LEARNED TO RUN AT FEAR

One sunny day when I was twelve years old, my mother called me out of my leisurely daydream to help her with a cow that had just given birth. I didn't think much of it at the time. It just seemed a natural event in the farm life of my family. Now 60 years later, the events of that day are chiseled in my memory as the beginning of a life-changing learning experience.  

Guys, some things are better left unsaid

Guys, some things are better left unsaid

Honesty is always the best policy, but volunteering information that will upset your partner or hurt their feelings is better left unsaid. Although some couples have no trouble saying exactly what’s on their minds, whether it is anger or hurt, many couples struggle and seek counseling due to their inability to say what they really feel. It is not uncommon to see a couple and recognize one of the partner’s withdrawn body language due to hurtful things their partner may have said to them.

Could He/She Be A Control Freak?

Could He/She Be A Control Freak?

3 ways to Stay Sane and Stay Married Is your spouse a control freak? It is driving you to distraction? Here are three tips to keep your relationship on track, keep you sane and stop you from going to divorce court. 1. Control freaks can be very successful.

Bigtime Boredom Busters for Kids
Unplug your kids and have fun.

Bigtime Boredom Busters for Kids

Parenting advice to help kids learn to self entertain and enjoy their own company! (Do beware: a new trend shows our micromanaged, over-structured, plugged-in generation of kids can't stand boredom. Maybe it's because we might be doing too much scheduling, entertaining and solving? Just a thought!)