Category Archives: Psychology

I Never Will Marry

Over the last few decades, the institution of marriage between one man and one woman, created by God, has been vehemently assaulted – not just in the United States, but for much of this world. Also, both men and women … Continue reading

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Child of Clay

Last month, before Mother’s Day, I posted my thoughts on theĀ importance of a good father for the family to be healthy and contributing to society. What is a good father? What does he look like? How does he behave? The … Continue reading

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I’m OK – You’re OK (book)

In my teens and early twenties, I became very interested in what areĀ called, “self-help books”. At that time, as a Christian, I noticed how the church I was in looked at these books with disdain. They were ridiculed as “pulling-yourself-by-your … Continue reading

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