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Confession of a Childless Mother

I’ve been a mother for almost thirty years and a daughter for fifty years. As a daughter, I’m pretty sure I’ve disappointed my mother many times. However, as a mother, I’m certain I’ve unintentionaly failed my children in ways I’m not even aware of. Even though my sons didn’t receive any training to be my […]

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Confession of an Emotional Orphan

Is it possible to have a perfect childhood? Maybe. I’ve certainly met lots of people who have claimed it. Some of these folks became good friends of mine. But, with further exploration, they discovered that they had unconsiously dry cleaned the not so perfect parts of their history so they could be seen as “normal”. No matter what […]

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Confession of a Fake Friend

Compromise has been touted for multiple generations as the necessary factor in all successful relationships. Having tested this theory, I can assure you that compromising weakens all relationships, including those with friends. Unfortunately, most folks confuse fake niceness with kindness, forcing their relationships to be inauthentic, shallow, and dishonest. Gillian’s Secret Confession Gillian: It’s been […]

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