“U”nderstanding

Even if we grew up together and learned the same things, spoke the same vernacular, believed the same religious views and politics, we would have something in our lives happen and we wouldn’t understand each other. . . . → Read More: “U”nderstanding

Don’t Argue, Debate instead.

When you are disgruntled, it is very easy to make a bad situation into a disastrous situation by allowing anger to do all of the talking.  This I find, especially in election years, to be a new prevalent way to handle disagreements.  It is destructive to healthy discourse.  This is why I propose here . . . → Read More: Don’t Argue, Debate instead.