I had a realization this morning: I have always loved my family most for what they could be. I wonder why? Did I get glimpses & then it would just go completely off the rails & then the process keep … Continue reading
Posted in Damn It, Divorce, Family, Marriage, Therapy, Who am I?
Tagged divorce, Family, Marriage, relationships, sadness, Therapy
Welcome 2011. May you be bloody awesome. A friend asked me today what my New Year’s resolution was going to be. Now, it’s important to note that I haven’t made an actual New Year’s resolution in many, many a year. … Continue reading
Posted in Decisions, On the Path, Randomosity, Therapy, Who am I?
Tagged boundaries, friends, new year, relationships, resolutions, strength, Therapy
I just wanted to take a minute to show a little love for my man, who had a great and bummer and fun and kinda sucky day yesterday. I’d like to remind him that he’s a super guy and a … Continue reading
Posted in ADD, Family, Kids, Marriage, The Ugly Truth, Wedded bliss, Who am I?
Tagged ADD, adult ADD, dreams, Family, goals, Kids, love, Marriage, relationships, work
First and foremost, sorry I’ve been so quiet. Y’all have been so patiently checking in, and I’ve been bizzzz-eeee with work and kid and summer and, ya know, stuff. If I were here strictly for your entertainment value or for … Continue reading
Posted in Damn It, Family, Kids, Marriage, People who piss me off, Therapy, Who am I?
Tagged abuse, adults, anger, angry, apathy, argue, arguing, argument, blogging, childhood, children, counseling, custody, divorce, Family, family counseling, feelings, fighting, Google, grandparents, grownups, history, indifference, Kids, Life, Marriage, marriage counseling, parenting, parents, protection, refuge, relationships, safety, scared, search, should I stay out of it if my parents, teachers
[Edited to add that if you have arrived here through a search engine, you’ll probably want to read my post of July 7, 2008, also: Less than zen. You’ll find a direct link in the comments below.] As my … Continue reading
Posted in Family, Kids, Marriage, The Ugly Truth, Therapy, Wedded bliss, Who am I?
Tagged arguing, challenge, children, Decisions, divorce, examples, Family, honesty, hostility, Kids, love, magic, Marriage, Our Story, parenting, partnership, relationships, respect, self-preservation, self-respect, separation, Snerkology, trauma, work