"Being married to a writer means I pretty much abdicate all pretense of privacy," M. observed the other day.Well, yeah. If you know me, you'll eventually end up in something I write. That's just the way it is when you know a memoirist. It's all fodder.At the same time, I'm not afraid to put myself . . .
So here's the truth. When you date someone "in a program," you really don't feel right about drinking. At all. And it makes a difference. Even if you don't drink that much.And God knows, you don't dare have a toke.With someone in recovery, it's not like you can drop into a bar for a cold beer. Go . . .
From our ceremony:Richard Bach once wrote:A soulmate is someone who has locks that fit our keys, and keys to fit our locks. When we feel safe enough to open the locks, our truest selves step out and we can be completely and honestly who we are; we can be loved for who we are and not for who we're . . .
God's been on my mind a whole lot these days. And not just mine. Even my trainer brought Him up last week, asking how I was with "the faith thing." I acknowledged my struggles with faith, and he allowed that he struggled, too. And that whether or not "the big bang" theory held was too complicated . . .
Ok, so I just had to share this. In an interview with comedienne Carol Leifer, who came out as a lesbian at age 40, I read this: AOL Health: What are the differences between being in a relationship with a woman instead of a man? Leifer: In my relationships with men, whenever a woman says we have . . .
Salt. Pepper. Very different. But a relationship needs both, in the right proportions, for perfect seasoning.Sometimes, a relationship might have too much pepper. Or salt.If that happens, it's good to be able to talk the recipe through, to determine the right proportion of each to make a perfect . . .
People will forget what you said, and people will forget what you did, but they will never forget how you made them feel. ~ Astraea . . .
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I suppose it’s no surprise to anyone that prescription drug abuse may be implicated in Michael Jackson’s cardiac arrest. Demerol , they say. Maybe morphine. Why such old-fashioned drugs, they wonder? When newer drugs, like Oxycontin, could’ve killed him more quickly. I have a little second-hand . . .
Well, ok. I have to admit. I tuned in to Jon & Kate to see how they would present their divorce.It was a trainwreck.At least to me.The both of them spent all their "couch time" saying they were "doing it for the kids." Separating for the kids. Going on with the show to provide for the kids.That . . .