I’m tired of being lectured by social justice warriors, especially when they employ nonsense words. These crafty, self-righteous hall-monitors consistently repurpose language to fit their agenda and toss blame in your direction. Woke? Give me a … [Continue reading] about How to Speak Liberal
Note: I don’t often overtly play psychologist on this blog, but with so many of my former students getting married and lifelong friends saying “I do” for the 2nd (or um, 3rd time) I thought I’d offer up some time-tested advice. Like Billy Joel said … [Continue reading] about Deal Breakers: Things to Clarify Before Saying “I do.”
She spoke cautiously in half starts and elongated Sos, not a good prologue to a “we need to talk,” conversation. Till now our exchanges had been fluid, effortless. Suddenly, it seemed like she was a hedging a bet…one she hadn’t even placed yet. My … [Continue reading] about Worth the Risk #fastfiction
I’m not worried about Trump. Humans tend to learn from their mistakes and in recent years we’ve made a few when it comes to selecting presidents. In a way we deserve what is happening. The leaders we elect are simply distorted reflections of us and … [Continue reading] about Trump is Us All
Last week’s post got me thinking. Despite what teeny bopper movies will have you believe coolness is very Yoda-esk. When it comes to being cool, you either do or do not. Trying lands you firmly in the NOT category. As with being, so goes … [Continue reading] about Can One Become Cool?