Monthly Archives: January 2012

Question Tuesday: The Really Really Rich and the Really Really Not

I’m generally a David Brooks fan. I appreciate the perspective he brings, not only to the New York Times, but to my point of view as well. In his recent piece “The Great Divorce”, which I imagine is an intentional … Continue reading

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I feel like I’m the only one trying in my marriage. Help!

I read the book you recommended [Love & Respect] and I loved it, read it in two days 🙂 Things did get better after I read the book, but I’m having a hard time respecting my husband unconditionally because I … Continue reading

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Best & Worst Birthdays

Every Tuesday we gather at Speak What We Feel to ruminate together over questions about life both serious and silly to grow together in understanding and perspective of one another and of our world at large. Today’s question: What are … Continue reading

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Flashback Friday! Awkward (Dating) Turtle

Originally posted on speak what we feel:
A Theology of Romance I really appreciate and highly recommend Laura Smit’s book, Loves Me, Loves Me Not: The Ethics of Unrequited Love. It isn’t your typical book on singles and romance. Right away, the…

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