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It’s far from exhaustive, and I’ll warn you that it’s super random coming at the end of a long day. I majored in vocal music performance (opera), and am now a full-time food blogger. We are all born with different callings, so if something’s not going as you had hoped or planned, give yourself the freedom to reassess. And then keep recalculating until you find where you need to be. Give thanks…lots and lots of thanks…for good friends.
But as cheesy as it may be, making these sort of lists have always been helpful for me in gaining perspective and drawing a line in the sand to help see where I’ve been and where I’m going. The temptation will always be there to buy more stuff — for your home, your wardrobe, your transportation, you name it. As much as I’ve loved raising my little guy from the time he was 6 weeks old, my next dog will definitely be an older housebroken dog who needs a home…who I’m sure will be just as cute! And have about 10 close friends who have ended up in equally surprising career fields. But for most professions, an undergraduate degree is now just a prerequisite. We live in a remarkable time in history when travel is accessible and inexpensive. They are one of the best gifts in this life, and are meant to be treasured. I have taken SO many personality tests over the last decade.
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When I was 20, there was a lot of talk (especially in Christian circles) about gleaning wisdom from our grandparents and those nearing the end of their lives. After having spent the last decade belonging to various churches, and even working for 7 years at a megachurch, I have been involved in more than my share of conversations about how people “do church” (an oxymoron of a catchphrase in itself, since the church is the people, right? Thanks to the church, I have come to know Christ and have my life completely changed for the better. Any organizational expert would tell you that a church is one of the hardest organizations to organize and lead well, but year after year people keep with it, and do so with lots of selflessness, mistakes, hope, doubt, and love. But in terms of social justice, one person’s individual efforts can make a tremendous difference in someone’s quality of life halfway around the world.
But while I adore spending time with that generation and have much to learn from them, I’ve noticed that some of the best mentors in life seem to be those just steps ahead. This is one thing that has been hard for me to learn. And when jobs, homes, marriages, babies, or changes, and individual friendships or social groups begin to shift, my tendency is always to cling to how things have been and work to maintain the same level of depth or social rhythms. And friendships can have their seasons, and that’s a good thing too. And thanks to the church, I’ve been hurt and seen many of its flaws and failures way too close-up. And thanks to modern technology and travel, you can now witness that with your own eyes and build a relationship with that person. …changed by every wave, my faith is like shifting sand, so I’ll stand on grace.” Little did I know when I learned this line from a Caedmon’s Call song in college how true it would ring.
Are incels just like ISIS or Alex Jones’ followers? I’m sure some of these people have personalities that need sorting out, or maybe they need to hit the gym, etc., but they can be happy outside of a relationship. One has to let go over the need to control and the feeling they are entitled to something.
From nights out, to trips, to cups of coffee, to more work than renting. The longer you wait, the more excuses you’ll have to keep waiting. My pastor once said that going to therapy should be considered a spiritual discipline. For all of the time and attention we give to our physical health and wellness, the same attention is needed to keep our minds and hearts on track. Could probably write a book on some of the amusing dates I have been on, and an even better book on how to write your dating profile. I am very clearly a “3”, and learning more about that has been like a year’s worth of therapy bottled into a few books. I’m all for people developing thoughtful and even strong opinions on a host of topics.But my unattractivness doesnt make me a bad person. We need to stop selling the myth that everyone can have romantic love or that its nesscary for one to have a happy life. From the bestselling author of The Silent Wife, The Woman I Was Before is a book about the things we hide from those closest to us – and the terrible consequences that keeping those secrets can have. I was hooked from the very first page.’ Write Escape ‘A compulsive read about secrets, lies, and the complexities of families.’ Bloomin’ Brilliant Books ‘What a great novel this is! “These days, in this country, sex has become a hyper-efficient and deregulated marketplace, and, like any hyper-efficient and deregulated marketplace, it often makes people feel very bad.Our newest sex technologies, such as Tinder and Grindr, are built to carefully match people by looks above all else.