Read, Think, Debate

Read, Think, Debate

I have this friend. Well, *had* this friend. A close friend. And it's time I say goodbye to this man who has done nothing but hold me back and bring me down...

After asking a friend to leave my house for being rude and over-obsessed with the going-ons in other people's lives, I sat down and wrote this list.

When it comes to our most sensitive body parts, something in our society (and how we see ourselves) has drastically changed, and I think we have forgotten these few basic, beautiful, and unchangeable truths about them...

I don't recall serious heartache or sadness during my first 10 years of life. But in 5th grade, all that changed. This was my story and my thoughts on bullying.

Somebody had the nerve to ask me right in front of my son, "how much did he cost?" So, please listen up. When adoption is involved... never say these 12 things.

It's a silly notion to think everyone should be respected, isn't it? Let me tell you, when it comes to "truth," who I will always respect and who I will never respect...

This is my response to the Mormons who read my post about dating Mormon girls and could not laugh about any of it. I tried not to reply, but, urgh... I had to.

This is a topic I've wanted to talk about for a while: bigotry, intolerance, and the concept of "morality." And how those things are so friggin' connected.

I have been struggling, friends. Really struggling. At the root of it all is my old friend, the disease called "Perfection." Today I really need to be real.

A huge problem of laziness and entitlement exists with Millennials and it can be discouraging for parents. But only for those who look at it *completely* wrong!

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I have this friend. Well, *had* this friend. A close friend. And it's time I say goodbye to this man who has done nothing but hold me back and bring me down...

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I don't know how we got into this situation. I only know that it was the end of a VERY long string of crappy consequences for one little mistake.