Until a few months ago, I was under the impression that money was all about math. I thought personal budgets were the employment of simple equations, stocks were graphs, risks were variables, etc. I suppose, in the purest sense, I may have been correct. However, when considering the way money functions in our lives, I was way wrong.Continue reading
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How Do You Feel About Your Anniversary?
Today is my parents’ wedding anniversary. I don’t know if either of them realize it, but I do. And my sister does. It’s funny, because we didn’t know the date while they were married…or, if we did, it didn’t become important to us until after the divorce. I can’t say exactly why we care. The date doesn’t cause me to be particularly happy or sad. I’m not wondering about What Might Have Been. I’m not mourning the loss of What Once Was. It’s just a noticeable date- one that causes me to pause. My own wedding anniversary was last week. […]Continue reading
Who Built The Wall?
Yesterday, I hopped on Facebook and discovered this in my news feed:
“i am amazed that what hindered me from having the relationship that i always wanted was myself and all that i couldn’t see clearly. it opens my eyes to other areas where i feel like i can’t achieve what i dream of, feeling like i can’t find the source of the giant wall between me and my goals, and makes me swallow a little hard realizing that the wall-builder is me.”Continue reading
“My Big Ugly Divorce”
I’m tired of seeing reality shows about weddings on my list of television viewing options. I think it would be far more beneficial to everyone if the TV networks would advertise the atrocities of divorce.Continue reading
TED Talk: “Why We Love and Cheat”
This is an interesting talk from Helen Fisher, an anthropologist who has studied “love” at length. Here, she discusses lust, love, attachment, men and women. She also offers a forecast for the future of relationships/marriage.Continue reading