Dear Husband

Divorce looks good on us, right? I am grateful that we’ve decided to keep in touch and be friendly towards each other although I believe our true intention of communicating is to see who suffers the most...

Combating Perceived Limitations

Lately, I find myself feeling more and more pensive about the future. Specifically, the future of my children and the children of the world at large, in regards to gender, identity, and the stereotypical roles that so...

Balancing The Equation Of Love

It’s easy to lose sight of love as circumstances change. It’s easy to say, “Oh, he didn’t give me what I needed anymore,” or “We clicked so well in the beginning, but it’s been downhill from there.” We let true love...

The Day Scales Fell From My Eyes

I still recall that moment quite vividly. It was bedtime and I was reading another of their favorite fairy tales as I put them to bed. “The big bad wolf said to the squash vanilla juice…” my voice trailed off into...

Don’t Judge Me

Sweating palms, racing heart, rising anxiety. We’ve all been there: the dreaded first impression. Whether it be the occasion of a date, meeting a new person, or starting your first day at a new job, the task of...

Selfish Courage

When I think of courage, a few key things usually pop into my mind: Joshua 1:9, facing my fears, standing up for what I believe in. You know, the standard things you learn growing up. But are there other types of...

Dating (In Your 30s) Sucks

Over the weekend, I had brunch with a man who reminded me of a piece of stale, white bread. He was neither attractive nor unattractive, but was incredibly boring. I completely understood why he was single, but our...

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