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Monthly Archives: March, 2014

WANTED — Fantasy Wife

I am a deeply flawed man looking for the ideal woman to fix my life. She must be willing to give all of her energy, time, and talent to meeting my needs. She will be my rescuer, savior, and strength. This position is only for a very unique woman . . . is it you? …

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Job shows us how we may respond to suffering

For there is hope for a tree, …if it be cut down, that it will sprout again, …and that its shoots will not cease. Though its root grow old in the earth, …and its stump die in the soil, yet at the scent of water it will bud …and put out branches like a young …

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The Truth Behind Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS) — part 1

Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS) is a theory developed by Richard Gardner, MD, who claimed that PAS is “a disorder of children, arising almost exclusively in child-custody disputes, in which one parent (usually the mother) programs the child to hate the other parent (usually the father).” The theory was developed in 1985 and was based on …

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Blog Update

CHANGE OF PUBLISHING SCHEDULE Jeff and Barb have decided to change the blog’s publishing schedule because we have been finding ourselves stretched pretty thin trying to keep up with all the work. We are going to only publish posts on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. The Sunday post will continue to have a devotional/encouragement flavor. The weekday …

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. . . and Deborah is coming

Serendipitously, just prior to Meg’s resigning, we took on a new team member at A Cry For Justice. The timing was not orchestrated, it has just happened that way, and we are grateful to be getting a new team member. Not that she will fill the hole that Meg left, as Meg’s contribution has been special …

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Meg is Leaving

Dear Readers, I just want to begin by thanking you (and the team at ACFJ) for allowing me to be a part of the ACFJ family for these past 18-20 months. I have grown, I have learned and I have loved all of YOU. As a mama of four and with a husband who is …

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