When the need to forgive has been hidden, part 6

Just say no This post—When the Need to Forgive Has Been Hidden—has taken us down some interesting roads. After we…

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When the need to forgive has been hidden, part 5

From darkness to light In the last series, I thanked God for showering me with my favorite things, like chocolate,…

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When the need to forgive has been hidden, part 1

Adapting Today we’ll begin exploring why we sometimes don’t have any idea that people have wronged us, so we don’t…

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What forgiving is and isn’t, part 9

The chain and the tunnel This spring, a dove family built their nest in our gutter, just outside our kitchen…

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What forgiving is and isn’t, part 3

Two different things The next paragraph was inspired by my pal Charlene—in a very good way. Food. Fido. Friends. Have…

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Grieving divorce, part 1 of 8

The destroyer As I prayed and sought an introduction for this post, I was totally stumped. What analogy—much more lighthearted…

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The trauma of child abuse: from denial to healing, part 1 of 4

Brandon’s story Brandon’s parents are sociopaths. I told a lot of his story in the first series on this blog—Sociopaths;…

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Remember, part 2 of 2

The texts Welcome to the 40th and final post in this series on sociopaths. I couldn’t have scripted a better…

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Remember, part 1 of 2

The bit Well, Peaceful Readers, I don’t know about you, but I’ve learned a lot since I began writing this…

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