Welcome to February

February and valentines are like Bonnie and Clyde. For better or worse, they go hand-in-hand, ‘til death do them part. As clichéd as this partnership is, I must give proper attention to it if I want to truly engage in February. Dr. Ruth Westheimer, “The Sex Doctor” Like most I suspect, I wasn’t trained inContinue reading “Welcome to February”

Nine Signs of a Healthy Relationship

Recently, a brochure caught my eye: “9 Signs of a Healthy Relationship,” written by Carol Rawleigh and published by Journeyworks. The words “communication” and “respect” were printed above the headline. I speak of the importance of both these words in my book, Momentous Living; and thus, I couldn’t help but pick up the brochure andContinue reading “Nine Signs of a Healthy Relationship”

Respect and Interdependency

Photo by my good friend Vern Seward, who’s on his way to Namibia to fulfill a two-year commitment with the Peace Corps.  I’ve been pondering a couple words from my Momentous Living book chapter, “Village: doing life with others.” These two words—respect and interdependency—encompass important stuff that has to do with relationships and community. RespectContinue reading “Respect and Interdependency”

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