What Parents Teach Us In Crisis

“Fallin’ down isn’t hard, it’s the getting up we struggle with.” Some of you observed that I spoke of my parents in my last article yet focused on my mother Continue Reading →

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The Gifts My Parents Gave Me

My parents were from two different worlds, yet it was the difference in their upbringing that would often provide the strength we would need as a family in bad times. Continue Reading →

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What Does the Man Code Mean?

There are times when I know my column lacks the clarity some of you seek, and it can be frustrating. I understand you just want me to say exactly what Continue Reading →

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Men Have to do Better

Recently I saw a news story that made my heart ache, my intellect question reason, and made me wonder if the “man code” I try to live by held any Continue Reading →

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What Would You Do to Help Someone in Need?

A few years ago, I asked you “How can you make a difference in the world today?” You can read that column at https://tinyurl.com/differnceintheworld. Based on the emails I received, it Continue Reading →

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A Christmas Love Story

As a child I did not fully appreciate all the small acts of love that surrounded me every day. As we advance in age it is amazing how what seemed Continue Reading →

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Remembering Abi Lizotte on her Special Day

For most people Aug. 15 holds very little significance. Why should it? It’s just another day in our very busy lives. Aug. 15 brings us closer to the end of Continue Reading →

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