Monthly Archives: March 2021

faith’s winter

When I was a junior in high school, my English teacher made a comment that stuck with me ever since. “Some experiences are so painful that they cannot be written about for years,” she observed. At the time, her observation … Continue reading

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social media soapboxes

Part of the sticky wicket of navigating a messy, national conversation is how to own one’s voice in the midst of a lot of unresolved (and unresolvable) grief and substantial confusion about exactly what happened, who to believe and how … Continue reading

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conflicted attachments

The trickiest bit of any conflict – be it a crack within a friendship or the erosion of a marriage or something much broader like a national scandal – is navigating one’s attachments.  Where and to whom we are attached … Continue reading

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