“You may have written about this already, but have you noticed a number of self- actualized, spiritual, intelligent, and beautiful women are … single?” she inquires. “Why do you ask? I reply. “I get asked why I’m single all the time, and it’s my least favorite question. I look at a lot of my friends,
“Sorry I’m late, there was traffic!” “Don’t be disappointed, learn to let go.” “Why do you feel that way, there’s nothing wrong.” “Suck it up, you’re a big boy/girl.” Sorry, sorry, sorry…yet never do we actually make resolution, gain agreement and form a new commitment. Rather, the previous agreements are quickly swept under the figurative
He thought he was the only guy who went through these phases of falling in love, but found out he’s in good company. “I love you.” Haven’t heard those words in, well, a very long time. Oh sure, I hear it daily in this adopted new-aged side of life where love reigns and we’re all
As I read through the gospel of Matthew, Jesus speaks constantly of the Kingdom of Heaven. Parables of farming, cultivating, planting and pruning seem to be a reoccurring theme tied to a sense of worthiness and action. A deep and tumultuous history of religion used these actions to control and behavior modify me into submission.
What is Codependency? A popular word among the well-meaning self-help books we consume these days. In an effort to eradicate any pain we feel, we look to our relationships as an outside indicator that something has gone wrong and we’ve become enmeshed with another human. Triumphantly we break free into a state of self-empowered independence,