Tag Archives: siblings

Family or Friend?

We like each other because we’re family, but what if we weren’t? Would we still? This is a question that I have pondered on more than one occasion. Normally when a family member behaves wrongly toward another. At the end … Continue reading

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Cherished Getaway

Grabbing my cup of coffee, I walk through the kitchen toward the front door. Opening it, I am welcomed with the voices of birds as they sing to the rising sun. The sky is spread out for miles, painted with … Continue reading

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The Truth Is…

The truth is, children with developmental disabilities get left out. I’ve seen it. Maybe it’s good that I only had one child. That way there’s no possibility of giving one child more attention than the other. I’ve seen in families … Continue reading

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Don’t Assume

Have you ever assumed that someone was upset with you based upon their actions, tone of voice or facial expressions? Then you find out later that you were wrong? Assuming can result in unnecessary conflict. It can start rumors, ruin … Continue reading

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