Sometimes life is so fast it makes our heads spin, and we just hope and pray that the tools we’re using are actually keeping our kids safe when it comes to media. But do we really expect filters, age-appropriate ratings, and time limits to ensure our kids won’t encounter sexually explicit material? Read my full… Read More Is the Media Teaching Your Kids About Sex … or are You?
I keep waiting for a normal day. I saw a meme once that said “normal” is just a setting on a washing machine. I hear that. But after trauma, after divorce, after millions of hours of counseling, after … after … after … Aren’t we supposed to get past the dreaded SURVIVAL MODE? If you’ve… Read More Too weary to fake it
A couple weeks ago in a post about my sister’s engagement, I left a little cliff hanger … “Today, as my mom and I were driving to pick up the wedding dress, she said something about the right guy fitting like ‘your favorite pair of blue jeans.’ … That analogy really hit home … and I have a great deal… Read More Boys are like blue jeans
Lately, I’m learning a lot about pain. In the wake of major surgery, life burns through a blaring lens of physical pain. But isn’t all pain the same? Whether it’s trauma to the mind or body or soul, it still hurts. Pain is rarely consistent, but often persistent. It comes in waves. It makes or breaks us. It… Read More Cocoon
Few things stir my soul like watching the seasons change. Perhaps it’s because I’ve lived so many places and never remember experiencing four seasons quite like we do in Virginia. Arizona has one season: hot. Florida has two: wet and “dry” (aka green and greener). Colorado makes me laugh. It kind of has four seasons.… Read More Reawakening
Guess what?! I’m famous! Okay, not really. But I do feel special. My girl Jennifer of No Porn Club has a weekly podcast out of Cali, and this past week she asked me to come on as a guest. Sweet, right? Follow this link to blogtalkradio and have a listen: “Pornofied music & talking W/… Read More Radio show
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If you’re in a co-parenting situation (or care for someone who is), this post is for you! Melody Harrison Bergman is a divorced mom who sends her two boys off for 6-week summer visitations with her ex every year. I know you’ll find comfort in her hard-earned wisdom and practical…