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Sara Debbie Gutfreund lives with her husband and children in Waterbury, Connecticut. She holds a B.A. in English from the University of Pennsylvania, and a Masters in Family Therapy from the University of North Texas.
It's four o’clock in the morning when my alarm goes off.
Part of building successful marriages depends on learning to hear what our husbands are really trying to say. So here are eight things men say and what they say they really mean.
I knew they were just trying to be nice, but it bothered me. They didn’t know. They couldn’t possibly know how much I had just lost.
Over the years, I’ve come to realize that there are three myths about gratitude.
I stared at the words in the upper left corner of my phone: “No Service.” I felt vaguely uneasy, like some part of me was missing.
We count the days until the big party. We count the words of your solo that fall throughout our home like handfuls of pearls. I try to hold them, but they fade so fast.
Being able to focus on one goal is admirable; the ability to invest in two seemingly diametrically opposed goals at the same time is amazing.
Acessing Adar’s Depths
Scuba diving teaches us a crucial level of faith. It’s not the faith that we won’t ever fall. It’s not the belief that it will never be dark or confusing. It’s the trust that G‑d is equipping us with tools that work . . .
I realized that these graves were in my backyard right now for a reason. And in order to hear the message, I needed to be courageous enough to look straight at the cemetery and learn from it...
I realized that fear can be used for growth. Here are three fears that help us instead of stopping us in our tracks . . .
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