Diet Is A Four-Letter Word

Let me make this very clear. I hate everything about dieting. I love food. It comforts me. It rejoices with me. I drink at least one full-sugar Dr. Pepper every day. I have the eating habits of a 12-year-old child. Today I am going to use the “I” word a

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If our children fail, does that make us failures as parents?

I simply don’t do failure well. It’s even worse when I perceive that my children have failed. I know failure is a natural part of everyone’s life. But I still beat myself up when I fail. And when my children fail, I take on their failure as if their failure

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