Posts tagged as:

failure

A year later, & I still need to work on being more open to the unexpected.

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Parenting shouldn’t be easy, but I’m doing all I can to make it real.

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The importance of teaching our kids (& ourselves) to struggle and fail.

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Sending my daughter to camp helps build psychological immunity.

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Working through conflict is a good process, but the goal is all wrong.

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Seeking space

by Kristin on December 28, 2010

in Culture, ideas & paradigms

Sometimes it helps to gather all of your longings up into a single word.

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It’s time to set aside our fears and talk more openly about divorce.

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A pep talk and some good advice fuel me further down the publishing road.

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Time is a good indicator of some aspects of true love, but not all.

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First of all, this is not a post about knitting. Really. It’s a post about life. We all deal with life, right? So you should find something that will apply to you (unless you never have dreams or plans, or maybe you have them, but you never screw them up along the way). If you […]

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