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Who I am When a Yes Becomes a No

How much weight do you give to the rejection in your life? Continue reading

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When We Write for Justice

Today’s post is from my dear friend Andi Cumbo-Floyd. She has been a consistent encouragement and inspiration to me, both as a writer and as a woman striving for justice in our corners of the world. Her latest book, Steele Secrets, … Continue reading

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Celebrate Today

Celebrate at each step along the way, because there is no “end.” Continue reading

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He’s My Partner

When we’re young, labeling relationships is easy. This person is my friend, this person is my best friend, this person is my BEST best friend. When it’s a romantic relationship, it’s the same. You can be dating or going out. … Continue reading

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Being Allowed to Speak

Telling people about the affair was among the most stressful things I’ve had to do. And telling the editors at A Deeper Story added to that. I knew that the editors were incredibly kind and would not judge, but I also knew … Continue reading

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Choosing Between Nice and Honest (And Choosing Neither)

Last night Rich and I were sitting on the couch reading through comments and messages left on Facebook after we announced our recent marriage and he asked me, “Do you think social media has made situations like ours more difficult?” … Continue reading

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