SEX, LIFE, MARRIAGE, AND LOSS – Marilyn Armstrong

Before I left for Israel at the end of 1978, my best friend for a long time was gay. It started out casually and eventually got to be an intense friendship. He'd never had a straight female friend and I'd never gotten close to a gay man. We both learned a lot about each others' … Continue reading SEX, LIFE, MARRIAGE, AND LOSS – Marilyn Armstrong

ACCENTUATE THE POSITIVE IN RELATIONSHIPS – BY ELLIN CURLEY

There was an interesting article in the Washington Post on June 3, 2018, written by John Gottman and Christopher Dollard. It’s called “Five Myths About Marriage.” It confirms something I’ve always believed – that it’s not really common interests that keep couples together. It’s common decency and courtesy in relating to each other. “Our research … Continue reading ACCENTUATE THE POSITIVE IN RELATIONSHIPS – BY ELLIN CURLEY

RIDING THE ROLLER COASTER – Sue Vincent (REBLOG)

The day did not start well, either for me or the little fish I had to remove from the tank. It was no surprise that it was dead this morning… it had been looking a little off-colour the night before, though nothing too serious, until one of the larger fish took advantage of its incapacitated … Continue reading RIDING THE ROLLER COASTER – Sue Vincent (REBLOG)