When Stories Lie

September 22, 2022 | Jim Angehr

The stories we tell ourselves matter, and it also matters whether those stories are actually true. Meet someone I’ll call Robert, a buddy of mine from college. Robert had never went into great detail about it, but I knew that part of his...

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From Diaper to Quesadilla

September 14, 2022 | Jim Angehr

Not all milestones related to one’s children are to be savored and celebrated. Case in point: diaper changing. There are many people who have changed more diapers than I, but many also that have changed less. Given that I have four kids...

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A Sunset in the Mind

September 8, 2022 | Jim Angehr

Just because the saying, “They grow up so fast,” is a cliché, that doesn’t mean it’s not true. Last week I dropped off my oldest child for the beginning of his first year of college, and I’m feeling it. One...

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When Friending Hurts

August 25, 2022 | Jim Angehr

Fascinating recent article from Kaitlin Tiffany in The Atlantic magazine, “That’s It. You’re Dead to Me.” (Link here, although semi-paywalled.) I’m not familiar with any of Tiffany’s previous work, but in her...

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June and Everything After

August 11, 2022 | Kelli Dalrymple

After a 12 hour day wiping noses, butts, and kitchen countertops, presumably with different implements, there is nothing better than a good sit with a good scroll. I spend the majority of my waking hours with toddlers, and sometimes scrolling...

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