I think most people see their children begin to be adults and think, “This is where my life went downhill.” And then the begin to try and stop them from making the “wrong choices” they themselves made. As if there is a certain age that people get to and begin making rational “good” decisions...
What does being “committed to your marriage” really mean? For us, it means we are dedicated to making each other’s lives better.
The depression I struggled with throughout my adult life, and really fallen into since my children were born, began to abate. I felt like this was what I had been missing, this was the help my heart was searching for.
I love this post because it shows my interest in them and our relationship along with details about the cost of Disneyland!
Only you can experience anything your way.
I mean, seriously, what is so difficult about gathering laundry, throwing it in the washing machine, and then getting it out again? Then I had children.
I’ve always been firmly in the camp of ‘the internet brings people together,’ but lately…sheesh…people!
Ditch the labels and be just you.
I saw a post about Tinker Bell this morning and my own bell rung. Imagine Charlie Brown talking to Lucy about phobias. “THAT’S IT!” I love it when I have moments like that. I posted the image and returned to comment, and that’s what led me to this post. Yep…animated fantasy movie characters get...
Something I’ve learned recently is that we can’t and should not try to change people. We should accept them exactly as they are. “Don’t be so negative/positive.” “Smile more!” “Don’t eat that!” “You should spend more time meditating, exercising, getting into nature.” “Socialize! It’s good for you.” Accept that person as they are if...