Monthly Archives: November 2013

My Hidden Self

Let me explore a little psychological a rabbit trail. In 1955 two psychologists named Luft and Ingham developed a psychological grid they named The Johari Window. They developed this grid to help people better understand how they communicated and related … Continue reading

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I’m Kind Of A Big Deal – – Or Not

The distance between someone’s self-awareness and reality can be appalling. In other words, there can be a big difference between what people think is true about themselves and what is actually true. If you don’t believe me just turn on … Continue reading

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Maximum Benefit

This is my last post about my doody duty story (it all began with “I’m Sorry“) – I promise. I quickly realized that my so-called “repentance” was infuriating to my wife. Why wouldn’t it? It wasn’t hard for Aleta to … Continue reading

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An Authentic Response

I know I keep bringing this up, but let’s get back to me and the pile of poo mentioned in “I’m Sorry“. I stood there in my kitchen raising my hands in surrender to my wife’s complaints about me, but … Continue reading

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Getting God Off My Back

I’m still trying to get my head around what God wants out of us when He catches up to us and convicts us of sin. Check out what God declares to Israel through the prophet Hosea. “Therefore I cut you … Continue reading

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