Why don’t you text me back? Why don’t you call? Don’t you care about our relationship? In recent book that I recently read, “The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck”, by Micheal Manson, Manson played out an interesting scenario about relationships and value sets. As our nation’s polarization is reaching historical highs, Manson provided … Continue reading Boundaries
As the holidays are upon us, It IS about US when it comes to the role traditions play in keeping our family strong.
So where are you going for Thanksgiving? When are you coming over for Christmas? Are you coming over for Easter?
As a man, I can understand that from a primitive standpoint, traditional gatherings are clan-like in nature. Similar to a wolf pack returning from a hunt paying homage by nuzzling the Alpha wolves of your pack, cementing each other’s places in the hierarchy and keeping the pack strong.
“A daughter’s a daughter for the rest of her life, a son is a son til he takes a wife”
As this poem so prophetically describes, I propose it IS the wife/woman that establishes family tradition. This is a great responsibility not to be taken lightly.
As the husband/male on the other hand, I see that my role is to support the traditions my wife is establishing as long as,
- The intention of these traditions is to first and foremost keep our…
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To feel loved is to have a sense of self worth. By nature we are problem solver‘s. Think about it. Much of our happiness (fulfillment)is derived from working through problems(at times big or small)until success achieved. The result is a sense of fulfillment. But what if we don’t have “big”problems or know how the identify our … Continue reading “The Victim and The Saver”