After a suicide, we often ask what we could have done and we shout that if only that mentally ill person asked for our help, we’d help. That is a delusion.
The last time I traveled to Mexico, I weaved my way through neighboring Guatemala. The only problem was explaining who my guide was to customs.
In his latest “Dear Grandson,” Stan Gerding tells the story about joining the Navy and his experience at boot camp.
John Michael continues his series, reflecting on life and people encountered, with two new stories, the first about judging others and the second about coping with struggle.
Reading recent headlines pushed me to write this. Addiction is much more than what we use, it’s the world that swirls around it.
They may seem hokey, bland, and solely in the possession of your more boring relatives, but puzzles are rather crucial. They stop our brains turning to mush. So, lay off.
Well, it’s official. We’re all bloody awful. As it turns out, the engagement ring reflects how shallow we all really are. But that’s science saying it, not us.
In his latest “Dear Grandson,” Stan Gerding tells the story about joining the Navy during the height of the Vietnam War.
In his latest “Dear Grandson,” Stan Gerding tells the story about his first car and all the elbow grease (and the detailed costs) that went into it.