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The Day Reading Died

This past week marked a sad day for this teacher.  A day I have fought against with every ounce I have in me.  A day I saw coming a long way off, but I fiercely fought anyway.  This day finally came. The day I told my daughter to give up. ...

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Hearing Voices?

Voices….they’re everywhere! Some voices suggest quietly, some beckon us with direction, and some  even demand as they call out to us. Whether we realize it or not, we are all listening to one  voice or another.   Do these voices sound familiar? The world’s voice says:  “Get all you can,” ...

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The Codependent Christian

  Psychologists define codependency as an inordinate and unhealthy compulsion to rescue and take care of people, and when you allow another person’s problems to control how you think, feel, and act.  This can occur with spouses, family members, and friends. Enabling goes hand in hand with codependency. Enabling is ...

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I quit!

“I quit! I guess I’ll never be able to tie my shoes. Guess I can’t go to kindergarten.” My son’s heart wrenching dramatic despair played like a broken record over and over in my mind. Why does he always quit before he begins? I just don’t get it! Trying to ...

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