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How To Be Good and Angry–at the same time

Susan Gregory Thomas tells the tragic story of two divorces.1 The first was the divorce of her parents, resulted in what can only be described as a lost childhood. She writes, “I spent the rest of middle and high school [after the divorce] getting into trouble in suburban Philadelphia: chain-smoking, doing drugs, getting kicked out … read more

How To Handle an Infatuation

It happens every day–to good people, to people with good marriages. They didn’t intend for it to happen, “it just did.” Cupid is the most mischievous of the gods. He enjoys shooting his arrows at the most unlikely people at the most unlikely times. Falling in love is not only unpredictable, it is often most … read more