Category Archives: Families
One of my jobs is as a behavior support specialist for developmentally disabled adults who have maladaptive behaviors that pose a risk to their own safety of the safety of those around them. The work entails becoming familiar with the … Continue reading
I recently went to see The Impossible, with Ewan McGregor and Naomi Watts. It is the true story of one family’s fight for life against the 2004 tsunami that claimed an estimated 400,000 lives. The story centers mostly around the … Continue reading
The last few days, I’ve found myself annoyed at my gayness. I’m not sure why—usually I feel fine about it. Like, 100% totally cool with it. But the last few days, on more than one occasion, I’ve found myself thinking … Continue reading
Note: This is the third part of a series about the “Journey of the Soul” that each of us must take here in mortality. You can read the first two installments here and here. This series is based on the … Continue reading
I don’t often drop into the lds-ssa blogging community (aka mohoblogosphere), but I felt inspired to write a post today. I recently caught up on a few lds-ssa bloggers whose blogs I’ve read in the past. There’s the usual mix … Continue reading
I’m unavoidably alone tonight on Monday. It being Family Home Evening, I figure that if I’m going to write, it should be something about family. That’s easy today given the three days I’ve just experienced.