Posts Tagged ‘faithfulness’

Play-Doh 2

He works in mysterious ways. As if to answer the questions in the nightmares I wrote about on Monday, today I learned a major truth about one relationship I addressed. Those nightmares were no accident. They opened up the doors to answers I’ve spent six months hoping for. Now most of the red flags make sense. (more…)

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No! No! I jumped onto the next log dammed across the murky water, then onto a piece of driftwood. The grey sky arced overhead like a bird of prey with its wings unfurled as I jumped towards shore.

Why I hadn’t fallen into the pond yet I didn’t know, because that’s where they were with their scuba equipment clamped onto their faces. They thought they’d pull me in, but I narrowly missed their grasp.

Why were they trying to hurt me? I didn’t do anything to them. As a matter a fact, they’d forced me into this meeting. Were they trying to do serious harm, or just scare me? (more…)

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Trash Heap



Crumple crumple crumple.




For those who think this series of sound effects describes the use of a paper towel, you’re right. But these sound effects can also be used to illustrate the use of people.

People, women especially, seem to have become commodities in the realm of modern relationships. They are used, abused, and thrown aside like trash when the consumer becomes disenchanted with their latest acquisition. (more…)

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I am very impressed by Psych Central columnist Daniel Tomasulo’s article “Is this an emotional affair?” He nails the key signs and symptoms of emotional affairs and emphasizes how important counseling is for people experiencing this.

The reason I am so vocal about emotional affairs is that they are the gateway to full-blown affairs. This is not an original thought, but when you’re handling a rattlesnake, expect to get bitten.

See Dr. Tomasulo’s article at http://psychcentral.com/ask-the-therapist/2010/05/04/is-this-an-emotional-affair/.


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Venn Diagram

Sin is the monster we love to deny. It can stalk us, bite a slice out of our lives, return again and bite again, and even as we bleed and hobble, we prefer to believe nothing has happened. That makes sin the perfect monster, a maneater that blinds and numbs its victims, convincing them that nothing is wrong and there is no need to flee, and then consumes them at its leisure…
-Frank Peretti, The Oath

While surfing the web for something unrelated, I came across a Venn Diagram on Despair.com that shows ADHD, stalking, and narcissism overlapping with Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, and Tweetstalk in-between. I’ve been guffawing about it ever since, but that reminded me of another subject I’ve wanted to toss into the public arena. (more…)

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